Use a whole wheat or corn tortilla instead of white flour tortilla for added fiber.
Load up on veggies like bell peppers, onions, spinach, or tomatoes to increase the nutrient content.
Use lean protein sources like chicken breast, black beans, or tofu instead of high-fat meats like beef or chorizo.
Add flavor with spices like cumin, chili powder, or smoked paprika instead of relying on high-fat ingredients like sour cream.
To make a healthier quesadilla, use low-fat dairy or vegan cheese as a lower calorie and lower saturated fat alternative.
Experiment with different fillings and ingredients to keep things interesting and avoid getting bored with the same old quesadilla.
Serve with a side of fresh fruit or a small salad to add extra fiber and nutrients to the meal.
Serve fresh salsa on the side or spoon it over the quesadilla. Opt for low-sugar, low-sodium options or make your own with fresh ingredients. Add extra veggies for nutrition.