Total TimePrep: 15 min. + chilling
Makesabout 5 dozen
These pinwheels are so yummy! We make them and let sit overnight in the fridge and the flavor the next day is amazing. We use smaller tortillas and they work just fine; we also leave out the olives.
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Sounds good but any suggestions on making this gluten free?
The filling flavor was good, but I was not impressed with the inaccuracy of the approx. servings per recipe. Also, 1/2 cup of filling per 10" tortilla was way off. Should have been 1 cup. I lost 2 inches on each side due to lack of filling, plus had open gaps in some of the pinwheels. This happening even though I doubled the recipe, but not the tortillas . Flavor and presentation was enjoyed by all. My rating reflects amount of servings suggested.
Flavor is good. Just by reading the recipe I felt it needed something..it's basically a flavored spread with olives. I added a grilled chicken breast finely chopped, could have added a second cut chunkier. Used finely shredded cheese, should have used the regular, thicker cut because it disappeared. Will definately make again with changes. Calling shenanigans on 5 dozen.
The flavor is pretty good, but I had to cut the rating in half due to the inaccurate portion sizes. It claims it makes about 5 dozen. Yet, I had to add an additional package of cream cheese, another cup of cheddar cheese, and an additional 3/4 cup sour cream to get only 3, MAYBE 4 dozen, and they aren't filled nearly as full as the photo above. Very disappointed, since it's for my son's birthday party and I don't have time to get to the store to make another batch.
Basic, go-to pinwheel recipe
Made them this past summer and took them to my brother and his wife 50th Wedding Anniversary. It was a hit. That will be on my recipe box.
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