Wholesome All-Veggies Quesadillas Recipe

About this All-Veggies Quesadillas recipe

Do you crave an easy snack or weeknight meal that is healthy, delicious, and convenient? Look no further than this wholesome all-veggies quesadillas recipe! This dish provides a great balance of protein and carbohydrates. Best of all, it’s super flavorful and satisfying, making it perfect for family dinners or light snacks. 

There’s no better time than today to create your own quesadillas from the comfort of your home. Trust us. It’s a decision you won’t regret!


  • 4 gluten-free almond flour tortillas
  • 1 red bell pepper, sliced
  • 1 yellow onion, sliced
  • 1 zucchini, sliced
  • 1 cup of dairy-free cheese, shredded
  • 2 tablespoons of coconut oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. To start making quesadillas, heat a large skillet over medium-high heat and add one tablespoon of coconut oil to the pan.
  2. Add the sliced yellow onion, red bell pepper, and zucchini to the pan—season with salt and pepper to taste. Cook the veggies for 5 to 7 minutes and stir until cooked (it should be tender).
  3. After that, remove the veggies from the skillet and set aside.
  4. In the same skillet, add coconut oil and place one gluten-free almond flour tortilla.
  5. Add a layer of the cooked vegetables on one half of the tortilla.
  6. Sprinkle shredded dairy-free cheese on top of the veggies.
  7. You can now fold the other half of the tortilla over the filling and press it down gently.
  8. Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side or until the tortilla is crispy and the cheese is melted.
  9. Repeat the process with the remaining gluten-free almond flour tortillas and vegetable filling.
  10. Cut each quesadilla into four pieces and serve immediately.


This wholesome all-veggies quesadillas recipe is a great way to enjoy a classic Mexican dish without sacrificing flavor or nutrition. So give it a try, and enjoy every heavenly bite!

Looking for something light, like a salad? Go and try to make your own marinated kale salad. This recipe is created by Kelly Warner. 

Why Adding Bell Peppers To Your Meals Is A Smart Choice?

Bell peppers are a colorful and delicious addition to any meal. They have a sweet and slightly tangy flavor and several health benefits, so adding them to your diet is a smart choice. 

Want to get a dose of vitamin C through food? Then eat bell peppers. It keeps your immune system healthy and promotes faster wound healing. Bell peppers also have fiber that supports your digestion. They also contain antioxidants that can help fight inflammation in your body. 

Bell peppers are low in calories and can be helpful if you’re trying to lose and maintain weight. They even help reduce the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. And the amazing part? The vitamin C in bell peppers promotes collagen production and keeps your skin healthy and glowing.

Bell peppers come in different colors, like green, red, and yellow. You can add them to your favorite recipes for a pop of color and flavor. You can grill, stuff, and even toss them in a salad—bell peppers are a tasty and nutritious way to enhance your meals.

How Can You Pick The Best Bell Peppers At The Grocery Store?

Here are some tips for choosing the best bell peppers at the grocery store:

  1. Look for bell peppers that are firm and free from soft spots or wrinkles. They should be heavy for their size.
  2. Choose bell peppers with glossy, smooth skin. Matte skin may indicate that the pepper is not as fresh.
  3. Check the stem of the bell pepper. It should be green and firm, not wilted or dry.
  4. Consider the color of the pepper. Red, yellow, and orange peppers are riper and sweeter than green ones, which are less ripe and slightly bitter.
  5. Smell the bell pepper. It should have a fresh, slightly sweet aroma.

How To Store Bell Peppers?

To store bell peppers, remove any plastic wrapping or ties and gently rinse them with cool water. You need to dry them off with a paper towel or a clean kitchen towel. You can store bell peppers in the refrigerator in a plastic bag or an airtight container for 7–10 days. After that, you can freeze them whole or chop them into bite-size pieces and place them in a freezer bag if you want to extend their shelf life. They can be stored in the freezer for up to 6 months.

How Long Do Bell Peppers Last In The Fridge?

Bell peppers can last in the refrigerator for 1 – 2 weeks if stored properly. It is good to store them in a plastic bag or airtight container in your refrigerator’s crisper drawer. We suggest you keep them away from ethylene-producing fruits and vegetables, like apples and bananas, because this can cause them to ripen and spoil faster.

What Are The Differences In Flavor And Nutritional Value Between Red, Green, And Yellow Bell Peppers?

Red, green, and yellow bell peppers all come from the same plant, but there are slight differences in their flavor and nutritional value.

When it comes to its flavor, red bell peppers are generally the sweetest, followed by yellow and then green. This is because as the peppers ripen and change color from green to yellow to red, they become sweeter due to the increased amount of natural sugars.

In terms of nutrition, red bell peppers are the highest in vitamin C and vitamin A, followed by yellow and then green. Red peppers also have higher levels of antioxidants than green peppers. All three colors of bell peppers are low in calories and high in fiber.

It’s worth noting that these differences are relatively small, and all bell peppers are a healthy and flavorful addition to any meal.

Potential Health Concerns To Keep In Mind When Consuming Bell Peppers

Bell Pepper Allergy

An allergy to bell peppers can occur due to a cross-reaction between the vegetable and pollen and can be confirmed through a skin prick test by a doctor for those who suspect they may have the allergy.

Nightshade Allergy

Peppers belong to a group of vegetables called nightshades, and some people may experience gut irritation or increased inflammation after consuming them. However, people can confuse an allergy with an intolerance, which causes only mild digestive issues. Allergies can cause more serious symptoms, such as rashes or breathing difficulties. 

While some studies suggest that eliminating nightshades can reduce symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease, there is no clear scientific evidence linking nightshades to inflammation. 

To see if nightshades trigger inflammation symptoms, people can remove them from their diet for a few weeks and slowly add them back in to monitor any changes.

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