Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

Kids need to eat more often than just breakfast, lunch and dinner.  When my kids come home from school they’re looking for something to eat right away. All of us who have kids will understand what I mean. If you don’t have anything ready they will try to fill their stomachs with whatever they want. Instead, I have an excellent and quick recipe for you to prepare and give them something healthy to throw into those little stomachs until dinnertime comes. And prevent the attack of the pantry!

This Turkey Pinwheel recipe is great, healthy with vitamins, protein, fiber and low in fat. Plus, it’s a chance to get some veggies in, such as green leaf lettuce and tomato. You can also add any of your family favorite vegetables to these pinwheels. Kids love to play with it first, of course, pretending they’re riding in a truck with big wheels before they actually eat them. Works up an appetite for other kids who are pickier eaters and makes for peaceful dinner making. These pinwheels can also be good for lunch. Quick EasyDeliciousPerfect! 🙂

Ingredients you will need:

8 leafs – green leaf lettuce
1 extra large – tomato
1 pack – Flatout flatbread
8 oz. – sliced turkey breast
4 tbs. – mayonnaise
6 slices – american cheese

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

Instructions:

1. Lay the flatbread flat on a big cutting board and spread 1 tbsp of mayonnaise on one side.

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

2. Place 2 ½ slices of cheese.

Turkey Pinwheels

3. Lay folded in half turkey breast on top of the cheese.

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

4. Wash green leaf lettuce and pan dry with paper towel. Place it on top of the turkey breast.

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

5. Then put three slices of tomatoes on top of the lettuce.

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

6. Tightly roll flatbread length-wise.

Turkey Pinwheels

7. Cut with a knife into 1 inch pinwheel.

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

Enjoy!

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

Turkey Pinwheels Appetizers

5 from 1 vote
Turkey Pinwheels
Turkey Pinwheels
Prep Time
20 mins
Total Time
20 mins
 
Course: Snack
Servings: 28 pinwheels
Author: Valya's Taste of Home
Ingredients
  • 8 leafs - green leaf lettuce
  • 1 extra large - tomato
  • 1 pack - Flatout flatbread
  • 8 oz. - sliced turkey breast
  • 4 tbs. - mayonnaise
  • 6 slices - american cheese
Instructions
  1. Lay the flatbread flat on a big cutting board and spread 1 tbsp of mayonnaise on one side.
  2. Place 2 ½ slices of cheese.
  3. Wash green leaf lettuce and pat dry with paper towel. Place it on top of the turkey breast. Place green leaf lettuce on top of the turkey breast.
  4. Then put three slices of tomatoes on top of the lettuce.
  5. Tightly roll flatbread length-wise.
  6. Cut with a knife into 1 inch pinwheels
  7. Enjoy!

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    • Thanks Katya! I know what you mean. I feel like that all the time, specially having teenagers in the house. I keep telling them thank God for all we have, because not a lot of people in the world have what we have in our pantries and fridges, and we’re not any better than them. 🙂

  1. These are my favorite and I used to buy them at Costco$5 for a big tray, but then they got really expensive. However, I was able to replicate these by making your own spreading: mix cream cheese and cranberry sauce with berries. Yum!!!!

    • That is a good idea of making that combination of cream cheese and cranberry sauce. The only thing is I don’t know how it blends together with turkey. I guess I just have to try it. I never saw them at Costco. I guess I never paid attentions if they even sell them, since I always make my own. The 28 of them by my recipe will cost you about $5. They are also really good if you use just plain cream cheese instead of mayonnaise. Thanks Tatyana! 🙂

  2. It’s just a suggestion, but if you do try cranberry sauce (it will say on the can with berries) and mix that with cream cheese, I promise you that you’ll never go back to plain cream cheese or mayo.:)

  3. That looks good. I’m definitely going to try this,we eat healthy foods,&no pop in the house,we grew up with no pop only for family gathering,but my stomach doesn’t asept almost all of them. Thanks for sharing,God bless u. Just found your website,food & everything looks delicious.

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  6. Stupid question….how many days are this good in the fridge? I’m trying to find ideas for school lunches that I can make ahead.
    Thanks!

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