Pepperoni Pizza Quesadilla Recipe – Quick & Easy Lunch Idea

Want a quick meal for lunch? Here is a very simple and easy pepperoni pizza quesadilla recipe you will enjoy with your family. This yummy dish only takes a few minutes to prepare, but will surely make your lunch complete. Make it even tastier by adding more cheese and toppings.


• 4 flour quesadillas (8-inch size)
• Pizza toppings – pepperoni, onions, black olives, pineapple bite sizes, sausages, peppers, etc.
• Pizza sauce
• 1 garlic clove (minced)
• Mozzarella cheese
• 1 teaspoon parmesan cheese
• 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
• 3-4 tbsp butter (melted)


This recipe takes about 10 minutes. Serves 4.

Mix melted butter, minced garlic, Italian seasoning, and parmesan cheese.
Set grill pan over medium heat.
Place a sheet of flour quesadilla.
Brush the quesadilla with the melted butter mixture.
Flip it on the other side.
Spread pizza sauce enough to coat the tortilla.
Add toppings like mozzarella cheese, onions, pepperoni, black olives, etc.
Let it cook for a few minutes or until the bottom part is golden brown.
Fold quesadilla over.
Press it lightly.
Transfer to a plate.
Serve as a whole piece or cut into three parts.

Tips and ideas:

Serve with dips of your choosing like mayonnaise or hot sauce.

You can prepare a vegetable or fresh fruit salad to pair up with the quesadillas.

Add any and as more toppings as you would like to make it a lot tastier.

Pepperoni Pizza Quesadilla Recipe
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