What are you planning to make for your Kids this Christmas? Why not try this delicious, ideal finger food Kiddies Quesadilla Christmas Tree.

Kiddies Quesadilla Christmas Tree

The beauty with these  Quesadilla’s is that they are perfect for the kids to grab and continue to run around – as we know the day is filled with just too much excitement to sit down for a whole meal 🙂 as well as for the grown ups to snack on as well. And how great does it look as a Christmas Tree – #browniepoints

Keep an eye out for our next recipe to enjoy with the kids – Ginger Bread house 🙂

Need some stocking filler idea’s? Why not something the kiddies can snack on;

Jelly Beans

Mini Smarties

Speckly Eggs

Plastic FREE Kiddies gifts – Sounds impossible right? But actually there are some amazing and LOCAL brands that we simply love that you have to look up:

Hops Collection makes her own felt sensory books and I cant get enough of them – We have 3 already. And her Instagram is not only super cute but funny beyond words #momgoals

Eco Ella and Friends is an eco friendly toy and kids goods store that sell the cutest things that are ‘Green’ – Winning

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Kiddies Quesadilla Christmas Tree

Kiddies Quesadilla Christmas Tree

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The perfect meal for your kids this Christmas
Serves: 4 Kiddies


For The filling

  • 1 red Onion Finely chopped
  • 1 1/2 Cups Kidney Beans or Black beans Soaked and cooked until soft
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin
  • 1/2 tsp Coriander Ground
  • 1 Tomato Diced
  • Salt
  • 1 Block Mozzarella Cheese


  • Olive oil For frying
  • 3 Wraps
  • 1 Avo
  • 2 Tomato's Sliced


  • In a pan fry the onion and add in the spices, tomatoes and beans. Cook down and mash a bit.
  • Grate the mozzarella.
  • Take one wrap and cover it in mozzarella then spread on a thin layer of the bean mix. Top with a little more cheese and place another wrap on top.
  • Cut out large triangles, big to little so that it can form a pine tree shape.
  • Use a skewer to thread the triangles on to form a triangle. I used a block of cheese to hold the tree up.
  • Decorate with guacamole and tomato strips.