I bet you are beginning to think I only cook easy meals. Well you’d be right, as most days I think “what is the easiest and fastest thing I can make?” However, sometimes I make something super awesome with multiple sides but then I am spent for a couple of days and just dream of making dessert for every meal. Funny, I’m always in the cooking mood for dessert. I am sure my heart pumps chocolate. My 2 year old and I thoroughly enjoyed these for lunch. Plus it’s adorable to hear her tell her daddy that we ate “pisa-dillas”.
2 (8in) Tortillas
1/4 cup Marinara Sauce, divided (Remember that awesome recipe Chef Tess shared with us?)
6 heaping Tbsp Honeyville Freeze Dried Mozzarella Cheese
Rehydrate Mozzarella Cheese, and set aside. Heat one tortilla at a time in a skillet over medium heat. Let tortilla heat up about 1 minute. Flip over and add the 2 Tbsp Marinara Sauce. Spread sauce around tortilla about a half inch or so from the edges. Sprinkle 3 heaping tablespoons Mozzarella Cheese over sauce. Cover skillet with a lid and let cheese melt about 2 minutes. Repeat for remaining tortilla. To serve cut into wedges. Enjoy!
Keep an eye on the tortilla as it heats. Sometimes they can get an air bubble but a quick jab with a fork or knife will cure that. I admit I cut mine into wedges after I folded it over onto itself. Sometimes my husband eats his pizza that way and I thought it was so gross until I tried it. Super delicious. Do try the fold over!
The tortilla crisps up so nice in a skillet. It is a good thin crust type of pizza/quesadilla. Now of course you could go all out and add yummy pizza toppings like Honeyville Freeze Dried Bell Peppers, Onions, or Sausage too. Like I said my toddler and I had these for lunch but I think they’d be great as an after school snack too.
What is your favorite pizza topping?