Club Quesadillas-Kraft Foods

What can be better? Any kind of quesadillas...they're the best! Kids and adults love them equally. Kids like them for lunch or a great after school treat. Who hasn't taken a tortilla, filled it with cheese and nuked it in the microwave. So yummy and takes the edge off when you are really hungry. They are also a great dinner time favorite with soup, or as an appetizer when you have guests. Plus they are a great appetizer when you're out for dinner. In my bowling days I would have one just about every week with an adult beverage and my  bowling buddies. Nothing better than that! There are so many kinds of quesadillas out there. Club quesadillas are great and I've added a few more at the bottom of this post that might interest everyone.

If you enjoy this post, you might enjoy more posts from Cafe' Hoffy. Check out the posts below for more great recipes and ideas...
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Club Quesadillas
2 flour tortillas (6 inch)
1 T. Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
1/4 tsp. chili power
4 slices Roasted Turkey Breast lunchmeat
1 slice bacon, cooked and crumbled
1 tomato (sliced)
1 slice American cheese cut in half
*Salsa (optional) but what's a quesadilla without the fixings. I also put ranch dressing out and sour cream.

**Note: this recipe is for 1 quesadilla...just double or triple your ingredients for more quesadillas              
  1. If you are lucky enough to have a quesadilla maker, follow instructions on how to cook.
  2. Heat grill or non-stick skillet on top of the stove to medium heat. Spread tortillas with dressing; sprinkle with chili powder
  3. Layer remaining ingredients on one tortilla. Place second tortilla on top of ingredients and other tortilla.
  4. Grill or heat in frying pan 2 to 3 minutes on each side or until quesadillas are golden brown on both sides and singles (cheese) are melted
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Quesadillas are such a quick and easy lunch or supper or even as an appetizer. Cafe' Hoffy has so many good recipes and crafts. All tried and true, you can't go wrong. If you're interested in seeing more posts from Cafe' Hoffy, just click on the "More Recipes" or "More Crafts" and you will be redirected to lots more posts. Also, if you have any questions on any of the posts, just send me a quick note at the bottom of the post.
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My second favorite thing besides writing recipe and craft posts is checking out what's new on Pinterest. The worldwide digital 21st century magazine for everything! You want to cook, you can pick from millions of great recipes posted by people like me that want to share their recipes. If you want to find a new hobby, it's on Pinterest. Anything from stain glass to origami. The sky's the limit. I personally am a crochet addict. I love looking at all the ideas on Pinterest and then taking those ideas and either duplicating them or recreating something similar. I also love to sew. There's a wealth of information on quilts, clothes, purses and accessories that you can make. Some of the patterns are for sale through etsy and some are free for anyone's use. 

Anyway, I love Pinterest. Through the years I have collected over 15,000 pins. You could say I'm a Pinterest fanatic. Although, it sounds crazy, I learn something new everyday by checking out Pinterest. 

If interested, you can check out my "Food Board" for more great recipes for quesadillas. Also, check out my "Other Boards" for great ideas on sewing, clothing, makeup, cleaning solutions, stain glass, baking and just about anything you can think of. Just click on my photo or the Pinterest Pin below to be redirected to my boards on Pinterest.
Here are a few "Pins" from Pinterest that relate to the Club Quesadillas in this post. So many great quesadillas. . .
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Cleaning Windows inside and out!
Oh those nasty windows...Every spring it's inevitable we need to clean those nasty windows. I came across this method on the internet. I have to say though, I have always used Dawn for cleaning my windows inside. They are always clean with no residue. But this helpful hint overs the outside windows. I think we have all tried the store bought cleaner. And although it works OK, it just doesn't fit my standard for clean windows. Here's a recipe that will work every time with no rubbing, scrubbing or drying. It cuts the amount of work down to manageable.

Outdoor Window Cleaner Solution:
1/2 gallon warm water
1 T. liquid Jet Dry
2-3 T. Dawn Dishwashing Detergent

  1. Mix all ingredients above in a large bucket.
  2. Spray windows down with your hose.
  3. Wipe or brush cleaning solution onto windows, immediately hose off your windows
That's it! You are now done. The remaining water will sheet off, leaving clean streak free windows.

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Well, another post updated. Only 4 more to go and then I can start posting new and fun posts. Although this has been a very slow project, it's been well worth it. I have so many recipes, projects and crafts to share that I have done over many many years. I do hope you're enjoying the updated posts and soon to be new posts!
Always remember..."Life's short, eat dessert first!"...words to live by!

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