Cream Cheese Ham Roll-Ups
Total TimePrep: 10 min. + chilling
Could you use green olives instead of ripe?
Made these for my neices baby shower and they were very tasty!The olives and green onions stirred into the cream cheese made them a pretty appetizer and economical and easy to make. Made mine the day before, wrapped in plastic wrap and sliced them the day of the shower.
A family, as well as friends, favorite. Always popular with all age groups and even picky eaters.
In response to Anita B: Since these do not use a tortilla to hold the ingredients together (the ham slice is the wrapper), I think the addition of adding sour cream would make it too squishy. Just a guess, but I wouldn't bother and I have made these many times since the recipe was published. You can use reduced fat or fat free cream cheese if you want to cut fat.
Not sure why there are such spotty reviews! This is an excellent recipe (as written). Even my very picky children eat this (My daugher made this to share with her girl scout troop and they gobbled them up). Since we have a diabetic in the family, I appreciate a low carb "roll" with great flavor that pairs well as an app for a varitey of entrees. It's easy to prepare. IMO, olives are a must. Add a pickle, and it becomes a different recipe.
I make this ofter for work luncheons. I use garlic to cream cheese smear that on ham pieces roll a pickle or scallion up in the hame place in frig for a few hours. cut and serve. no, no olives please...
Has anyone tried sour cream with the cream cheese, as in the Cheesy Onion Rollups? Did it work? Wondering. The recipe as is sounds great, but just wondering.
to Spayne60, um, the ham is the wrapper with cream cheese, onion and olives spread onto the ham, then you grab the edge of the ham and roll it up. The photo is pretty clear of the finished app when ready to eat.
This was very good everyone loved it!!!
Just spread the mixture on the ham slice, and roll it up. Chill to set the cheese a bit, then cut the roll into slices. Serve with toothpics. This is a staple at every family gathering. Always have to make extra so my husband doesnt eat them all before the party!