Quesadilla are a great way to involve kids with cooking and feeling like they have real control over the ingredients, as in this easy recipe from High Five magazine. Made to order, these A(vocado), B(acon or bean) and C(heese) quesadillas are sure to please!
First, Travis helped spray 4 small flour tortillas with cooking spray, and place on a baking sheet.
Next up was slicing an avocado (adults: pit and peel it ahead of time). A blunt butter knife will go right through the soft avocado flesh, making this an easy first slice for kids.
To assemble the quesadillas, Travis sprinkled on his own Daiya cheddar:
Then we topped them with the avocado slices and either black beans:
Or vegan bacon (which I had cooked and chopped ahead of time).
Yum: extra bacon!
Top each one with a second tortilla, pressing down slightly. Bake at 400 degrees F for 10 minutes and cut into quarters to serve.