Whole Wheat Party Pinwheels

Whole Wheat Party Pinwheels - Diverse recipes are a lifesaver during busy holidays! With so much going on, having an easy base recipe that can be transformed into tasty variations is perfect. #RealFood #HealthyHolidays #FactsNotFads

Whole Wheat Party Pinwheels - Diverse recipes are a lifesaver during busy holidays! With so much going on, having an easy base recipe that can be transformed into tasty variations is perfect. #RealFood #HealthyHolidays #FactsNotFads

 

Diverse recipes are a real lifesaver during the busy holidays! With so much going on, having an easy base recipe that can then be transformed into several tasty variations is perfect. That is exactly what we’ve got for you today!

These mouthwatering Pinwheels start with our Easy Peasy Whole Wheat Bread as a base. Then we add all kinds of delicious goodies to make them essential party food. There are so many options of what you could put in them so don’t be afraid to experiment a bit. Here are 3 of our favorite variations!

P.S. For more whole wheat goodness, stop by our Whole Wheat Orange Rolls, Healthy Christmas Snickerdoodles, Top 10 Benefits of Whole Wheat and What Happened When We Went Gluten Free.

P.P.S. For more yummy holiday party food, check out our Last Minute Peanut Clusters, Cranberry Harvest Punch and Roasted Beets with Goat Cheese.

P.P.P.S. Let’s stay connected! We’d love to share all of our real food recipes and tips with you through Email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram! We always have more healthy and delicious recipes on the way 🙂

 

Whole Wheat Party Pinwheels

Remember to keep your ingredients organic for optimum nutrition!

Ingredients

Bacon Version

  • fully cooked bacon, cut into bits
  • jalapenos, seeded and diced (you might want to wear gloves for this)
  • goat cheese crumbles

Feta Basil Version

  • tomatoes, diced
  • basil, chopped small
  • feta crumbles

Chive Version

  • shredded cheddar cheese
  • chives, chopped small

Directions

Start with our Easy Peasy Whole Wheat Bread dough. For this recipe, there is no need to let it rise in a glass bowl first as per instructions in the bread recipe. It will only need to rise after you’ve made them into the pinwheels. Roll out to desired thickness, remembering that it will rise so you want it fairly thin. Roll out as you would cinnamon rolls. Spread the desired toppings on. Roll and cut like you would cinnamon rolls (we like to use THIS cutter, it makes it go so smooth). Place on a greased cookie sheet. Cover and let rise in a warm place until double in size. Bake at 350º until golden brown on top and bottom. Remove from oven and let cool on a cooling rack.

Which variation speaks most to you?? Tell us in the comments!

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