We are two sisters that feed our families almost completely vegetarian. With 5 children aged 2 to 12 years between the two of us, we have had the joy and pain of experimenting. We plan to Blog 365 simple and kid approved meals. Most will be made-from-scratch but we will also share what we do when eating out. It may take more than 365 days to accomplish this but we hope you'll check back often, try our suggestions and give us your feedback.


59. Easy Zucchini Enchaladas

I made some corrections to this recipe so if you tried it before you might want to try it again!

10 - Corn Tortillas
Monterey Jack or Cheddar Cheese - 8oz (shredded)
Zucchini Squash (shredded) - 8oz
16 oz canned or jarred Traditional Red Enchilada Sauce
Olive Oil

Mix 6-oz of cheese with about equal parts zucchini. Reserve 2-oz of cheese. Brush lightly both sides of each tortilla with oil and place on cookie sheet. Put in oven at 300 for about 3-5 minutes to heat and soften. (This keeps tortillas from breaking) Take tortillas out and fill with zucchini mixture - roll and place fold side down lining rolls side by side in 9x9 baking dish. After all rolls are in dish, cover with sauce and top with remaining cheese. Bake at 400 15-20 minutes until cheese is melted and slightly browning.

Serve with spanish rice and refried beans. Yummy!!
If you want to make home-made rice I found a great recipe for spanish rice at Simply Recipes on google search. Pretty simple and very good! My husband couldn't get enough!