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Ham Pinwheels

Rated as 4.68 out of 5 Stars

"Your guests will love these appetizers. They are great little finger foods for any occasion. You can make them the night before or the day of. Both ways work fine."
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35 m servings 121
Original recipe yields 25 servings


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  1. Place a tortilla onto a work surface and spread about 2 tablespoons cream cheese evenly over the tortilla. Layer 3 slices of deli ham over half the tortilla, followed by about 2 tablespoons Cheddar cheese, 3 or 4 cucumber slices, 2 or 3 lettuce leaves, a small sprinkle of bacon bits, and a pinch of southwest seasoning. Leave half the tortilla uncovered by fillings except the cream cheese.
  2. Starting from the layered half of the tortilla, tightly roll into a log and secure with toothpicks. Slice rolls into 1/2-inch thick slices to serve.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 121 calories; 7.5 8.4 5.3 22 252 Full nutrition

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I know this recipe is meant to be sliced into little appetizer ring servings, but it just seemed like a great lunch idea to me. So I used only 1 T. fat-free cream cheese on my tortilla, lettuce,...

Making these is a little time comsuming, but they are awesomely fresh, tasty little things that could easily be adapted to anyone's taste. Will make again!

Yes I Have And It Is Great!!!

I made these for a quick summer dinner tonight. I didn't have bacon or Emeril's seasoning, but substituted by sprinkling them liberally with some smoked Spanish paprika I had on hand. I made t...

These are so easy and everyone I've made the for loves them. I make my own bacon bits with turkey bacon and use colby cheese. I have found that going light on the cheese is good, too much overwh...

Fun and easy to make. I followed the recipe, without changes, and it was delicious.

Super quick and easy. Always the first to go at a party. Kids love them too. I add my own seasonings, ancho chili powder, cumin and a few drops of southwest salad dressing.

This was my first try at pinwheels, but not my last. These were so easy and so delicious. Everyone loved them. I am ready to try different kinds, but like your first born...never mind. Bett...

We make this for days when we are boating. Great as is, or as a wrap without slicing. We sometimes add a bit of pesto to jazz up the flavor. I always make a lot as they disappear quickly!