Quick Dinner Fixins’ Cheeseburger Quesadillas

Remember when you were a kid and summer lasted forever. You could spend all day every day laying in the sun, running around in the grass and the worry of returning to busy school days never even bothered you. Now that I’m an adult and don’t get summers off, it seems to fly by. Food bloggers everywhere are bursting with fall flavors, hearty soups, and comforting meals getting ready for cold weather to sink in. And I am just as guilty as the rest, prepping some new posts and recipes for the site and some other add on holiday bonuses for my readers already. We won’t even mention that I am already thinking about Thanksgiving recipes and started holiday shopping. No we won’t go there…

So for those busy weeknights, now that the school year has started and families are back adjusting to the grind, I present a down and dirty, fat kid friendly, kid tested and busy mother approved recipe. (Ok, not really. There was no test group involved, but I sure as hell liked it.)

 


Comments

  1. PJ Perry says

    Looks really yummy, BUT…I can’t wrap my head around hot, wilted lettuce!! My personal problem, I know. Maybe I’d peel it apart after it comes out and throw some crispy chopped lettuce in. Yeah, that’d work!!
    Thanks for the recipe!!

  2. Melissa says

    I made this tonight. My family is vegetarian so I used Morningstar soy crumbles instead of hamburger meat, and I used dill relish instead of sweet just because I don’t like sweet pickles. Honestly, I could have cried this was so delicious, especially considering how easy it was. Served it with some tater tots. Super awesome. Thank you so much!

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