Happy Tuesday! It’s a little chilly here. I actually ran in a light snow yesterday. Not my favorite, but it was a nice reminder that if you push forward, a run can feel great in just about any weather. On the plus side, temps are trending to get a bit warmer. Easter is just around the corner, and despite my 4 year old asking if the bunny would still come with the virus, we’ve managed to plan a decent holiday thanks to online ordering.
I mentioned the other day that we have been trying to get creative with our meals. I’ve been trying to be smart with my grocery purchases and be more resourceful with what we have. The other day I discovered that several jars and cans in my pantry had expired (but were still good for consumption). I decided to make it a priority to use these jars and cans first.
Years ago, I loved going to T.G.I. Friday’s and ordering their Pizzadilla. It was the perfect meeting of a quesadilla and pizza. A tortilla filled with sauce and cheese with a side of pizza sauce to dip. Was I ever sad when it disappeared off of their menu. Now that we don’t live near a Friday’s, it had been forgotten, until now!
The kids loved having two of their favorite meals combined, and the dipping sauce was a hit. The entire family family enjoyed this meal and I was glad I made a few extra, because everyone asked for seconds.
This is a super fast meal to whip up and you can easily add your favorite pizza toppings to your pizzadilla.
Shredded Cheese (We used a combo of Mozzarella and Parmesan)
Optional: Your favorite toppings
Place a spoonful of pizza sauce on a tortilla and spread around. Add a little more if you like your pizza extra saucy. Sprinkle with cheese and top with another tortilla.
Spray a skillet with cooking spray and heat to medium. Place pizzadilla on skillet and warm until bottom tortilla is slightly browned and crispy. Flip over and repeat. Use a pizza cutter to slice into triangles or halves.
I put the extra pizza sauce in individual ramekins and heated in microwave for 30 seconds.
How are you getting creative while at home? Anyone else think Mary resembles Mimi from the Drew Carey Show?