Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

Are you ready for some Footballll!!!  Do you have plenty of appetizers for the big game?  No matter who you are pulling for, you will be ready with this easy finger food recipe.  I made these a couple of Sundays ago for the Patriot and Bills game get together, at a friend’s house.  Not a big fan of either …but, I am a fan of the lovely couple who hosted the party.  It was so much fun!

Ham & Cheese Pinwheels

This is always a great recipe to bring, and a big hit by the empty platter I took home with me.  This recipe is an adapted version of the one using cream cheese.  I did not have cream cheese so I used what I had on hand, putting a new spin on an old recipe.

Today, I am sharing this with my favorite link up party, Fiesta Friday.  I hope the gang likes it just as much as we do!  Enjoy 🙂

I hope you enjoy!  Thanks for visiting!

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Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

By:  Arl’s World

Ham & Cheese Pinwheels

Ingredients:

6-8 flour tortillas

8 ounces chopped ham or deli sliced

1 cup velveeta cheese

1/3 cup picante sauce

Directions:

Melt your velveeta cheese in a microwave safe bowl, add picante sauce and ham; mix well.

Lay out a tortilla and spread on even amount of mixture.

Roll them up! Wrap them up in Saran wrap and make sure you get them tight. Place in fridge to set, this really helps to mold them. Place in fridge from 1 hour up to 2 days before slicing.  Unwrap and slice with a sharp knife to make your pin wheels.  I can usually get 5 or 6 per log, depending on how thick I would like them.

Serve and Enjoy!

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6 comments

    • Hey Julie! Thank you! They seem to be especially popular with the guys. Something they can just pop in their mouth in one bite. 😉 Happy FF! Wishing you a great weekend as well!

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