- 2 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 1-1/2 teaspoons spicy ranch salad dressing mix
- 2 slices deli ham
- 2 whole dill pickles
- In a small bowl, combine cream cheese and dressing mix. Spread over ham slices. Place a pickle on each ham slice. Roll up tightly; wrap in plastic wrap. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour or until firm. Cut each wrap into six slices. Yield: 1 dozen.
Reviews for Ham & Pickle Wraps
"These are always a party favorite. They are so fast to make, and easy enough for someone who doesn't cook to throw together."
"I've made this exact recipe (with a couple of modifications) for years and we've always loved them & they're always a huge hit!!! I've always made them using Granulated Garlic and Onion Powders and S/P. The Ranch Dressing Mix would actually make it much easier....so I like that part of your version better.However, a KEY STEP in what I do is, that I lay out the Ham and Pickles on paper towel the night before to try and wick out some of their moisture...thus, not making the Ham & Pickle Wrap too wet once assembled. I've forgotten to do this and I find it to make a big difference. Good luck and happy eating...they're AWESOME!!!!"
"I have a made this but you need to use Clausen Pickle spears."
"Quick & easy to make. Went over really well.Could have made more!!"
"These are so simple and oh so good. I used little gerkins and the kids had a blast gobbling these up! So worth giving them a try."
"I have not had these in years. Thanks for sharing the recipe. The crunch is so good with the cream cheese!"
"These are crazy good. I now have to bring them to our meet up groups and family gatherings constantly. It is amazing that something so simple is so good. Need to make sure that you dry the pickles and the ham before rolling them up. Love these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
"WOW! These go back about 30 years ... my Mom used to make them and I've made them for gatherings at my home!! An oldie but goodie, for sure!"
"A friend brought these to a cookout. My son LOVED them! I just sent the recipe to him so he can make his own."