Happy Halloween!!! These Halloween Sheetpan Quesadillas are the perfect hands off dinner for a busy and fun-filled night of festivities!
THIS POST IS SPONSORED BY DEXAS
These Halloween Sheetpan Quesadillas are so fun, super easy and hands off, and absolutely perfect for kids too! My son, Piero, thought they were so cool!
Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. The Candy for one.. but not to mention dressing up in costumes and hanging with friends. It’s just a fun excuse to get together, eat delicious food and have a good time.
These Dexas Silicone Oven Mitts are one of my favorite things to have in the kitchen! No more getting burned through cloth oven mitts, which always seems to be a problem for me! These are silicone, heat proof up to 500 degrees, dishwasher safe, and hardly take up any space.
These silicone oven mitts are nice not only for hot sheet pans straight out of the oven, but also nice for hot skillet handles, plates from the microwave, etc.
This is really the first year that my son has been excited about halloween (he’s two), so I think he was still just a little too young last year. Making these Halloween quesadillas for him was really fun because he’s been loving ghosts and pumpkins and he thought it was so funny!
You can obviously make whatever shapes you would like, I chose ghosts and jack-o-lanterns because those are his favorites right now! Basically just cut your tortillas into your desired shapes, add to the sheetpan, top with beans and cheese or whatever you prefer, add the cut out tortilla on top and bake until cheese is melted!
Super Easy, fun, festive, and delicious! I hope you enjoy!!!
Thank you as always to Dexas for sponsoring this post!Print
Halloween Sheetpan Quesadillas
- 6–7 flour tortillas, cut into shapes of choice! (jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, etc!)
- 1/2 cup refried beans, more as needed
- 1/2 cup shredded cheese, more as needed
- Silicone oven mitts, optional but recommended!
- Cut tortillas into desired shapes. I find it’s best to use kitchen shears for main shapes and then a pairing knife for jack-o-lantern and ghost eyes and mouth.
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees and line sheetpan with foil or parchment paper. If using foil, spray with cooking spray.
- Arrange tortillas on the sheetpan. Spread a thin layer of slightly heated refried beans (to make it easier to spread) followed by cheese on each one. Top with Cut out tortillas and bake for 7-8 minutes, until cheese is melted and tortillas start to toast.
- Serve with any and all desired toppings and enjoy!!