The holidays aren't too far away, which means it's time to start preparing for the parties, gift exchanges and meals you will be having with friends, family and coworkers. If you're on the people who is always hosting the party or lies to bring a dish to share with the group, or just like to feed people when they come into town, you have probably gone through several recipes over the years. Should you be interested in mixing things up a bit this year and trying new recipes, pinwheels are always a fun, festive treat.
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Cranberry is a very festive holiday flavor that people enjoy. While most people are prepared to dig into some cranberry sauce around Thanksgiving, this year they can indulge in few cranberry feta pinwheels.
Recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything
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The combination of bacon and cream cheese will make a lot of people's mouths water. This pinwheel can satisfy any cravings you are having for something salty and sweet.
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Ham and cheese sandwiches are always great. But when it's the holidays and you want to make this dish a bit more exciting, making ham and cheese pinwheels is the way to go.
Recipe from High Heels and Grills
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If you've had spinach artichoke dip, then you'll love artichoke spinach pinwheels. There's artichokes, spinach and everyone's favorite, cheese. They may not be ideal for a meal, but many would be pleased to enjoy them as a snack or appetizer.
Source: Recipe from Taste and Tell
Some people like their desserts and appetizers sweet and some like them salty, but it is definitely possible to want both simultaneously. Apple bacon pinwheels are another solution to your craving if you are looking for that sweet and salty mix.
A lot of people love to snack on nuts around the holidays. Mix it in with that sweet cinnamon flavor and they are even better. If you haven't gotten your fix of cinnamon or nuts this holiday season, then you might want to whip up some cinnamon-pecan pinwheels.
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If you and your family love tomatoes, this is another recipe you can test out this holiday season. It is the perfect combination for those looking to enjoy something creamy, savory and fun.
A DealsPlus original recipe! Amanda from The Wholesome Dish whipped up this festive holiday recipe for us, and it's been a hit with our readers. All you need is 5 simple ingredients, and you'll have a holiday treat that will be a huge hit with your friends and family.
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Some people don't want to pinwheel filled with veggies and cheese. For those meat lovers in the family, you can whip up beef and provolone pinwheels. They're full of flavor and everyone can still get their fill of cheese.
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For all your friends and family members who are vegan, make sure you feed them too! These delicioius pumpkin and basil pinwheels will keep them coming back for seconds.
Recipe from Elephantastic Vegan
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Imagine waking up your family to the smell of these sweet French toast pinwheels filling up every inch of the house. Holidays are meant to be speant with your loved ones, so get them up bright and early with this sweet treat.
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This is the pastry of your dreams. It's filled with salami, jack cheese, and delicious scents and tastes of rosemary. When you're entertaining guests, you need something that will prepare them for the feast ahead, and this is just the pinwheel to do that.
Recipe from Gonna Want Seconds
You're going to be popping this buttery pastry into your mouth before your guests can even snag a bite. It's made with flaky pie crusts, sweet cranberries, and crunchy walnuts for an extra memorable bite.
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This simple yet elegant appetizer is vegetarian, but both meat eaters and non-meat eaters will enjoy it just the same. A few simple ingredients will bring out the wonderful taste of the mushrooms.
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Change the way we eat salads by making them portable and consumable in one bite! While your guests socialize, give them the option to snack on these delicious caesar salad bites. They'll love it!
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Get a little fancy with your pinwheels by skewering some steak. It's another easy way of showing off your fine dining side while remaining relaxed and casual so that you and your family can enjoy their time together, stress free.
Need something to quiet down the kids before dinner starts? Hopefully you won't spoil their appetites, but these little suckers won't just be popular with the young ones.
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With juicy chicken, fresh pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, and feta cheese, you'll be rolling up these mouthwatering pesto chicken wraps all year long.
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Forget the garlic bread; it's all about the garlic pinwheels this year. You'll be popping all of these tiny bites of deliciousness into your mouth before you can even let the next person try some.
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Sometimes, the meatier, the better. Crunchy bacon and tender steak filled with cream cheese and cilantro will make any person salivate.
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If you want to get a little fancy with your pinwheels, spread some chicken liver pate before you roll. You'll wow your guests with the bursts of flavor in this pinwheel.
Recipe from Food & the Fabulous
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Will your mouth be stuffed trying to say this long title or will it be stuffed wiht these deliciously sweet pastries? It doesn't really matter; just hand me a pastry.
Recipe from Half Baked Harvest