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4 Moms Share Cold Weather Lunches

This week The 4 Moms are sharing cold weather lunch recipes, and we’re opening up a linky so you can share yours too!

Be sure to check out what the other moms have up their sleeves for lunch!

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  • The Common Room
  • Life in a Shoe

As for the Smockity Bunch, we enjoy grill cheese sandwiches, quesadillas with refried beans and cheese, ramen soup, mac and cheese, and potato soup.

The quesadillas are one of our favorites and super simple! I use a large griddle, so I can make 6 at a time.

Here is what you’ll need to make your own:

Simple Quesadillas

  • flour tortillas
  • shredded cheese (sharp cheddar, mozzarella, colby jack, whatever you like)
  • refried beans
  • butter
  1. Butter one side of six tortillas and put them butter side down to begin browning.
  2. Top those with shredded cheese.
  3. While those tortillas are browning, spread refried beans on six more tortillas and put them bean side down on the melted cheese.
  4. Now spread butter on top of those tortillas. Work fast so the bottoms won’t scorch.
  5. Flip when well browned and brown the other side.
  6. Remove from griddle and use a pizza cutter to cut into fourths.
  7. Serve with salsa.
  8. Enjoy!

Now, it is your turn! Link up to your favorite cold weather lunch recipe and be sure to include a link back here so your friends can participate.

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Comments

  1. We do these too, my kids love them. My teens will add onions to theirs, and sometimes diced tomatoes and baby spinach leaves.
    It also helps to have everything buttered and assembled ahead of time.

  2. Love this idea! Thanks for hosting!

  3. Good idea to add beans, get some more protein and more filling, we just usually use cheese. Thanks :)

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