When DD2's friend M stayed with us a bit last year, the amateur chef in her created some upscale quesadilla's using various bits of food found in the fridge. One day we had barbecue chicken and pepper jack. Another day she just cut them into strips, baked them and topped a make shift tortilla soup. While M took out a large frying pan to give a nice heat and color, even DD2, who is just getting her feet wet in the kitchen, will make a quick snack by putting a little cheese on one, rolling it up and giving it a quick melt in the microwave. She dips them then in salsa and sour cream if we have any on hand. My sister has an appetizer where she rolls deli meat slices, grated cheese, olives, and a ranch dressing/cream cheese spread in a tortilla. She refrigerates for several hours, then slices into little spiral pinwheels. Flavors to make the pinwheel roll-ups are endless.
At Aldi's, an 8 count large are $1.19, only 15 cents a wrap. Even the store brand near me are only around $2.00. The low price point makes them a nice frugal addition to convenience food. Viva las tortilla.
The above link and picture is to Taste of Home's recipe for Tortilla pinwheel appetizers. Use this as a suggestion-the possibilities are endless. I find though you need to make sure they are really cold before slicing for best results.