Cranberry and Feta Pinwheels have a sweet and salty combo that is the perfect Christmas appetizer. The sweet cranberries with the tangy feta and onions make this 5 ingredient appetizer not only easy but delicious. I like to use spinach tortillas for an extra holiday touch.
CRANBERRY AND FETA PINWHEELS
How was your Thanksgiving? We had a nice spread. About 12 pies for 8 adults. We are still eating the leftovers.
My belt that I was wearing literally popped off my body as we were eating pie. I should have known better than to wear one. I swore I was never eating again and then 4pm the day after Thanksgiving I found myself fork in hand, eating pie.
After every holiday I get the holiday blues the next day. All of the excitement building up to the actual day and then BAM it’s over.
Which is why I’m quickly moving on to Christmas. Too soon? Eh. Here we go.
These Cranberry and Feta Pinwheels are delightful. Only 5 ingredients and you have a festive crowd pleaser. You definitely have to like feta.
Obviously I do because this Feta Dip is one of my favorites. But I almost felt like I cheated. It was almost too easy to be that good.
Here’s the lineup of ingredients: cream cheese, feta, cranberries, and green onions.
I used these spinach tortillas for a festive look. You could also use wheat tortillas. You just want to use something other than white tortillas so that the filling contrasts the tortilla and really pops!
Spread the filling all the way to the edges.
You can even make a tree out of them for Christmas!
OTHER APPETIZER RECIPES:
Yield: 24 servings
These Cranberry and Feta Pinwheels have a sweet and salty combo that is the perfect Christmas appetizer.
dried sweetened cranberries
(8 oz) package
cream cheese, room temperature
crumbled feta cheese
chopped green onion
large flour tortillas
wheat or spinach for pretty color
Combine all ingredients except tortillas, mix well.
Divide and spread mixture evenly among tortillas.
Roll up tightly, wrap in plastic and refrigerate at least one hour.
To serve cut each roll into 12 slices.
You can actually make the log a couple days before and then slice the day of for best results.
Make sure you don’t use reduced fat feta. It’s too dry for these.
Source: adapted from Food.com
Amount per serving (1grams) —