Recipe by Tinker802
"I make a batch of these roll-ups on Sunday and give them to the hubby and kids in their lunches throughout the week. They are also great to put out for parties!"
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2 (8 ounce) packages
fat-free cream cheese, softened
3 1/2 tablespoons
12 (12 inch)
spinach leaves, washed with stems removed
1 1/2 pounds
thinly sliced cooked deli roast beef
shredded Cheddar cheese
Delicious wrap! I scaled this way back because I only needed a couple of these. One for lunch and one to send to work with my husband. I used light cream cheese vs. fat free and I didn't have spinach leaves so I used romaine lettuce. I added some chopped tomatoe and used Swiss cheese as I love the combination of roast beef and Swiss. These were so good. I'd definitely make these again.
I didn't particularly care for these. I think the cream cheese may have been a bit overpowering. I did like the horseradish, spinach, roast beef combo. It was great to pack for lunch as well. I'm might make these again if I can find something to substitute for the cream cheese.
I made a few different kinds of wraps for a Christmas party, and these were the unanimous favorite. Didn't change a thing, other than used a variety of flavored tortillas to get a colorful plate. Big hit, thanks for a great recipe!
What a great little sandwich!! The cream cheese mixture perfectly complements the roast beef. I followed the recipe exactly, except I used provolone in place of cheddar (personal preference). I'm thinking swiss might be good to try, too. As a cute little appetizer, you could also slice up a bagette and make "mini" sandwiches with this recipe. Very versatile recipe and absolutely delicious! I will definitely be making again. Thanks so much!!
Great recipe! I used a bag of baby spinach and sliced Cheddar cheese from the deli. The recipe ratio was perfect. Perfect prepare ahead recipe, I made them 24 hours ahead and the flavors were perfectly combined. My kids now want to pack them for lunch!
AWESOME! Thanks..I GLOBBED on the horseradish cuz Im a freak about my roastbeef and horseradish. Loved this!
Yum! I made a bunch of different roll-ups for a lunch party and these were my favorite. I used a Boars Head prepared horseradish sauce and instead of shredded cheddar I just used yellow american. Didn't have four hours to let them sit..more like 1 1/2 and they were just fine to cut. Will make again. Thanks for the share.
I never knew my husband liked wrap sandwiches until I made this tonight. I scaled back the measurements because I was only making 3 wraps for dinner. I used 12 inch whole wheat tortillas. And I added sliced tomato to the layering of cream cheese, horseradish, Dijon mustard, spinach, roast beef, provolone cheese, etc. But that's all the changes I made. Next time, I might add sliced onion just for some ZIP. But this was a simple, tasty dinner. I can see many variations of wrap sandwiches in nights to come for dinner!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Roast Beef Horseradish Roll-Ups
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 155
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