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Crispy Tortillas Filled With Chocolate And Bananas


These are scrumptiously decadent Crispy Tortillas Filled With Chocolate And Bananas. I made this snack during the recent school holidays, and it has quickly become one of our favorites. Do try this recipe as I think you will like it too!


Crispy Tortillas Filled With Chocolate And Bananas

Ingredients

About 1/2 tsp of Unsalted Butter, divided
2 (8”) Flour Tortillas
40 g Bittersweet Chocolate Chips, divided
40 g Milk Chocolate Chips, divided
1 Large Banana, sliced

Method

Heat a large non-stick pan over medium heat and add in the butter. Gently tilt the pan to distribute the melted butter evenly. Then scatter one side of the tortilla with a layer of chocolate chips, sprinkle with a small pinch of sea salt, and top with another layer of banana slices.

Fold the tortilla in half and then carefully flip over. Continue cooking, pressing down lightly with a spatula, until its other side is golden brown, crispy, and the chocolate has melted.

Slide the tortilla onto a plate lined with greased proof paper or paper towel, and repeat with the remaining butter, tortilla, chocolate chips, sea salt, and banana.

To serve, cut each quesadilla into 2 or 4 wedges.

Comments

  1. What a fabulous idea! I made savoury quesadillas all the time, but I'm just thinking that this version would make a lovely alternative. I see a glass of milk in the background of your photo. Perfect.

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  2. This looks like breakfast! Can I do that? :)

    Laura

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  3. I love these bad boys! Peanut butter and/or marshmellows are a great addition too!

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  4. What a great dessert quesadilla!

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  5. This will be my family favourite too if I were to make them for the Piggies :) They look yummy !

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  6. I made a peanut butter with banana version ;-)

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  7. I love this snack! It looks fantastic :)

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  8. I LOVE where you are going with this. What a heavenly combo of flavors!! ;)

    Great blog; happy I found you!

    Mary xo
    Delightful Bitefuls

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  9. i looove you blog!! i'll befollowing you by now, i can't wait to see the things you'll make!!!

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  10. OMG just when I thought I've seen all possible ways of making quesadillas, you come up with this! :) I'm so trying this one this weekend

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