Who doesn't love s'mores? They are a classic campfire treat. But if we're being honest, s'mores are a lot of work. Sometimes it is just way too much trouble to get a fire going or the weather isn't cooperating. But I have a way to enjoy some of that yummy s'more flavor anytime of year without all the hassle. This S'mores Quesadilla is super easy to make and is a special after school treat for kids. Just 3 ingredients and a few minutes are all you need for this ooey-gooey sweet treat. Be sure to also try this S'Mores Angel Food Cake.
Why this s'mores quesadilla is awesome
My kids love helping me out in the kitchen. This is perfect recipe for little ones to help with. They can spread the ingredients on the tortillas and an adult can help with cooking it in a pan. This makes a great snack or dessert quesadilla.
How to make a s'mores quesadilla
Spread one tortilla with the Nutella. Spread the marshmallow creme on the other tortilla.
Place the two tortillas together so that the Nutella and marshmallow creme are touching. Cook on a large skillet on the stove on medium heat, then flip quesadilla when the bottom starts to brown a bit.
After the tortilla has browned on both sides and the melted marshmallow has warmed up, remove from heat and cut into 8 slices using a pizza slicer.
I'm not going to lie to you - this is a messy snack. How can it not be with the Nutella and melty marshmallow creme oozing out.
But if you are fine with sticky fingers, then you must try this! Warm and toasty with that s'mores flavor you'll love! This yummy treat cooks up in just minutes. Once you try it, you'll want s'more.
- Spread one tortilla with the Nutella.
- Spread the marshmallow creme on the other tortilla.
- Place the two tortillas together so that the Nutella and marshmallow creme are touching.
- Cook on a greased pan on the stove, flipping when the bottom starts to brown a bit.
- After the tortilla has browned on both sides and the filling has warmed up, remove from heat and cut into 8 slices.
This nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using online calculators. Your nutritional information may vary depending on numerous factors.
Frequently asked questions
No, you can use either interchangeably in this recipe. They are simply made by different companies.
I use flour tortillas. I would not use corn tortillas for this recipe.
Yes, you can! If you are having a cookout and already have a hot grill, this is a great option.
Do your kids love cooking?
I have long been a proponent of cooking with kids. There are so many things kids learn helping out in the kitchen. Math, reading, chemistry and cooperation and more are used while following a recipe.
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