I also chose to use frozen peaches and blueberries for my fruit. If you have the freezer space, I would recommend using frozen fruit; this tends to be cheaper and lasts longer, and as long as you choose fruits that say "no added sugar" on the bag, frozen fruit can be just as healthy.
To hold all the fruit inside, I used Greek vanilla yogurt. I chose this because vanilla yogurt tastes great with almost any fruit that its paired with. Greek yogurt is a bit healthier than regular yogurt because it has more protein and less carbs and sodium, but it also tends to be more expensive, so you'll have to take your pick. You could also experient with other fruits and spreads, such as peanut butter with bananas, or nutella with strawberries. These are more caloric options, but they would be oh so good!
Here is the recipe for my fruit quesadilla. All the measurements and ingredients are according to my taste, so you can add or take away as much as you'd like to suit your palet!
1. Lay tortilla wrap on clean surface
2. Spread greek vanilla yogurt over the top surface of tortilla wrap, leaving about a half inch border along the outside.
3. Spread both blueberries and peaches over half of your yogurt-covered tortilla.
4. Fold tortilla wrap in half, covering the fruit.
5. Put tortilla wrap on skillet over a medium heat.
6. Heat on both sides until golden brown.