"These zippy pinwheels are surprisingly simple to prepare ahead of time and have on hand whenever hunger hits," notes Kristin Manley from her home in Montesano, Washington. "They're also attractive to serve as appetizers for guests," she adds.
These cheesy pinwheels are our favorite for Mother's day. No matter how many we bake, there are never any leftovers. The light cheddar tang complements the tomato flavor beautifully. They look complicated but are surprisingly easy to prepare. —Maggie Gassett, Hillsborough, New Hampshire
Puff pastry from the freezer section makes these tasty appetizers a snap to assemble. The golden-brown pinwheels get their fabulous flavor from prosciutto, Dijon mustard and Parmesan cheese.—Virginia Galloway, Houston, Texas
You don't have to be a magician to transform these spiced roll-ups into a pumpkin--a simple green onion and chervil garnish will do the trick. Tart apple is stirred into the creamy filling to salute the harvest season.
I love, love, love to make appetizers and I came up with this recipe because I could make them up ahead and keep them in the freezer, slice and then bake them when needed. —Kate Dampier, Quail Valley, California
I enthralled with spanakopita, and this was a quick and easy way to make it. I have used this for teacher get-togethers and family events. It is great with a glass of white wine.—Ryan Palmer, Windham, Maine
Teacher, Lake Region Middle School, Naples, Maine
Your party will be on a roll for sure when you serve the appetizers from Dorothy Anderson! Details the Ottawa, Kansas cook, "The addition of garlic and flavorful crunchy pecans really dresses up ordinary ham roll-ups for the holiday."