Food

Ham and Pickle Roll-ups

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Hey guys! I tried my hand at these recently and they are so easy! It’s the holiday season which means parties and social functions galore. I know some of the get-togethers I’ve been to in the past have been a pot-luck set-up where everyone brings a dish or something to nibble on. These roll-ups are super simple, easy to make, and taste great. So, I thought I’d show you guys how I made them.

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What you’ll need:

  • A package of tortillas
  • A jar of baby dill pickles
  • Two packages of sliced ham
  • One 8 oz. package of cream cheese

Using the tortillas is optional but they help the roll-ups stick together since the cream cheese spreads easier on the tortilla than the ham.

First, cut take a tortilla and cut it in half. I found that this worked better since I was using baby pickles. Then, cover each of the tortilla halves with cream cheese.

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Once you have the cream cheese spread, take some of them sliced ham and place it on top of the cream cheese. You can use as much or as little ham as you would like. I decided to use a little more here.

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Next, take a pickle and place it on the edge of the tortilla half and roll it up. The tighter you roll the tortilla, the better the roll-up will hold together on its own.

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Once you’ve rolled the tortilla up, cut it into four or five pieces so you have small pinwheels and voila!

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That’s all there is to it! Hope you guys enjoy!

❤ Rachel

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