"Yummy ham, pickle and cream cheese roll ups for an appetizer or a party! Secure the roll ups with toothpicks, and cut them into bite size pieces." — Courtney McDonald
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1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
dill pickle spears
First of all these are great, using the exact ingredients that the recipe calls for! WHY OH WHY does anyone give ANY RECIPE less than 5 stars when they CHANGE the ingredients??!! You people should be banned from giving any reviews! In fact do us a favor and DON'T give a review unless you used the exact ingredients. Shame on you.
My Version of this recipe vary's.This one is ok with dill pickles but gerkins make this appetizer irresistable.Take one package of sliced ham and cut length wise into 3 sections.Take 1 strip of ham and put a gerkin pickle at 1 end.With a butter knife cut off a piece of cream cheese and put it on the ham in front of the pickle,roll up and secure with a toothpick. I have to hide these once I make them or there will be none left for the guests.
I usually use flour tortillas, which I spread with cream cheese, then layer the ham, add the pickle, roll and slice.
What seemed like an odd combination actually turned out to be a quick and easy snack/appetizer! These were especially good with really cripsy deli style dill pickles. I secured them with toothpicks and olives - some green and some black for a little color and flavor variation. Great with an assortment of crackers for munching!
This is a great snack for kids! They love to help make it. One of my kids dosen't like ham, but they both love this. My one suggestion-I use refrigerared Claussen mini-dills instead of spears. They roll easier and give an extra crunch! The flavor blends nicely.
I ate these at my daughter-in-laws baby shower. My other two daughter-in-laws were also there and loved them. I made them at home later and my two grandchildren who love pickles and ham devoured them. Their ages are 3 and 5.
This is a recipe my family has been using for YEARS, although we make way more than the original recipe!I love them so much that I get sick from eating too many!
I have always made these, minus the pickle, but will definitely add to the next batch. These are easy and quick to make. Great for those Tupperware, Partylite, Home Interior parties, etc.... Kids are always happy to finish what ever is leftover. Holly Johnson-Emerald Isle, NC
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Roll Ups
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 188
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