Apple Gouda Quesadilla

It's a Sunday morning and what better way to start off the morning than with a delicious quesadilla. Today I want to share with you this Apple Gouda Quesadilla that I just know that you're going to love. What's better than apple and cheese together? In my opinion nothing.

Yields: 1-2 servings
Total time: 30 minutes

Here is what you'll need:


2 apples, cored and sliced thinly
½ cup freshly shredded Gouda cheese
2 sprigs thyme (stems removed)
2 tortillas or wraps
½ medium onion, peeled and sliced thinly and separated
2 tablespoons butter


Heat butter in a pan over medium high heat.

When hot, add the onion slices in (the onions should sizzle), and reduce heat to medium to avoid burning.

Allow the onions to caramelize for 15 minutes, stirring once every 5 minutes. If pan starts to dry out, add an additional tablespoon of butter to continue cooking.

On tortillas or wraps, place the apple slices, followed by the thyme and shredded Gouda cheese. Add the caramelized onions and place the second tortilla or wrap on top.

In a pan over medium high heat, or on a mini grill, place the quesadilla. Heat through on one side for 3 minutes, then flip and heat through the other side for an additional 3 minutes.

When both sides are crisp and cheese is melted, slice using a pizza cutter.

What you do you think of our Apple Qouda Quesadilla? Do you think you'll be making this soon. If you do please tell us all about it.

Annmarie John


  1. Yum! I love quesadillas I will definitely be giving this version a try! Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Oh, my goodness! I know what I'll be doing with my extra apples this week! <3 #pinning

  3. What a delicious looking recipe! The apples really add something unique to it.

  4. This looks absolutely amazing! I love the fun twist on a classic!

  5. Wow, these look so tasty and just pinned this recipe to try soon!! Thanks :)

  6. This recipe is so season appropriate. What kind of apples did you use? Thank you so much for sharing!

  7. I eat apple and cheese together all the time, but never thought of putting them together into something cooked, it looks delicious and I am definitely going to try this. I am also thinking a grilled cheese sandwich with apple would be pretty good too!

  8. Holy cow these apples look delish!! What a great recipe to have for a thanksgiving dish to take. Thank you so much for sharing.

  9. Yum yum yum! That looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  10. OH man! I love apples with cheese, but I never thought to make them in to a quesadilla! I'd have to leave out the onions because I'm allergic, but I bet this would still be awesome! Thanks for sharing! :)

  11. I don't like apples so I don't think I'd like this but I do love a good quesadilla!

  12. I don't know why apples and cheese go so well today, but of course they do.
    And quesadillas are one of the few meals that all of the members of my family will eat! No one in my family likes onions, though. No one!

  13. Do you know how amazing this looks!! Well of course you do, you took the pictures!!! Ahhh being pregnant and really only living on chicken and cheese quesadillas right now, I will so have to try this out!! yumm! Thanks for helping a prego lady out!

  14. What an incredible delicious idea! I think I need to make some quesadillas :)

  15. ohhh I love apple and cheese together but have never thought to make a quesadilla out of it before. I have got to make this!

  16. ooo this sounds so interesting and looks super yummy! I would have never thought to pair these ingredients together. More so the cheese and apples, but it looks so good. I am going to have to try this out!

  17. Sounds like a really interesting filling combo :-)


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