These sheet pan quesadillas are an easy way to feed a crowd! Add your favorite fillings, and you’ll have this tasty dinner on the table in no time!

sheet pan quesadillas
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These sheet pan quesadillas are a quick and easy dinner option, perfect for feeding a group. The quesadillas are baked in the oven until the cheese is melted and the edges are nice and crispy. The result is a delicious and satisfying meal packed with protein from the beans and cheese. Serve these quesadillas with your favorite salsa, guacamole, burrito sauce, or quesadilla sauce for an added flavor boost. These sheet pan quesadillas are a crowd-pleaser that will become a weekly staple in your meal rotation.

sheet pan quesadillas

Ingredients and Substitutions

  • Oil– You’ll need a little oil to brush on the pan to make the tortillas crispy. I used avocado oil, but olive oil works too.
  • Tortillas- You’ll need large flour burrito-size tortillas for this recipe.
  • Cheese– I recommend Monterey Jack combined with a bit of mozzarella. This gives you a gooey, cheesy, flavorful filling.
  • Beans– I used canned black beans to add fiber and protein to these quesadillas, but I have additional filling ideas below!
  • Taco seasoning– I used oregano, garlic powder, paprika, and salt to season the beans. But you can use any taco seasoning you like.

The Best Cheese for Quesadillas

Monterey Jack cheese is often considered to be the best cheese for quesadillas because of its mild, slightly sweet flavor and its smooth, creamy texture. When melted, Monterey Jack cheese becomes deliciously melty, creating the perfect quesadilla texture. Additionally, Monterey Jack cheese is easy to shred and does not clump, which creates a perfectly gooey texture.

How to Make Sheet Pan Quesadillas