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Cajun Chicken Sheet Pan Quesadilla

A somewhat copycat recipe of my favorite thing to get from a chain restaurant, Cajun Chicken Sheet Pan Quesadilla. 

This quesadilla has Cajun seasoned chicken with bacon, Cheddar Cheese and Monterey Jack cheese baked in the oven to give it a crispy outside.
The different between the quesadilla you can get from the chain restaurant and this one is that you baked this on a sheet pan so you can make this for your whole family.
Normally quesadillas you make in a skillet pan or on a griddle. Making it for the whole family can take a long time.
I saw a similar sheet pan quesadilla that used ground beef. My family and I do not eat ground meat so I want to change it up.
You can make this ahead of time and heat up when you have a craving for it.

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