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Ham and Cheese Pinwheels
Food Network Rating: (13 Reviews)
Total Time: 15 minutes   Yield: 2 rolls
Level: Easy   Cuisine: American
Directions: In a small mixing bowl, combine the cream cheese, mayonnaise, Cheddar, pimiento, Baby Bam or Essence, and hot sauce, if using, and stir well to combine. On a cutting board, lay the 2 tortillas flat. Using the rubber spatula, divide the cheesy filling More »
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