Treat your family to the Hoosier state pie: Sugar Cream Pie. The sugar cream pie is said to be originated by Quakers in the early 1800's of Eastern Indiana.
I’m always looking for recipes that are simple, few ingredients, and quick to throw together. Sheet Pan Quesadillas meet all my conditions :), and they are scrumptious! I enjoy the crispy outside and the cheesy inside!
1 green pepper
1 package of hamburger from Fagan Family Farm
1 tablespoon or 1 package of taco seasoning
1 package of flour tortillas
shredded cheese (whatever kind and amount you like)
5 Steps to Sheet Pan Quesadillas
Chop 1 green pepper and 1 onion and cook with one package of hamburger. After the meat is brown, drain off excess fat, if needed, and add 1 tablespoon or 1 package of taco seasoning.
2. While the meat is browning, grease a large cookie sheet and place the flour tortillas on the pan.
3. Add the hamburger mixture on top of the tortillas and cover in shredded cheese.
4. Now fold the tortilla shells to cover the meat mixture.
5. Sit a second baking sheet on top of the quesadillas to help press it down. But before you do that, be sure to grease the bottom of the pan! I learned this from experience. :) Bake at 425 degrees for 25 minutes. About half way through baking, I removed the top pan .
Let me know in the comments below if you tried out this recipe, and be sure to share any tips or other ingredients you might add to this dish!
I like recipes that are easy, quick, and take few ingredients. This recipe does all three, plus my family asks for it again and again, so I know it is a keeper.
And the super, awesome bonus about this recipe is that it includes cream!! I’m always looking for recipes that call for milk or cream because as you know we have plenty of that around here.