We’re heading deeper into the holiday season. You might be starting to make plans for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. As much as I love gathering with my family on Christmas Day, I cannot wait to celebrate a quiet Christmas Eve night with my husband. Every Christmas Eve, it’s just us. We put on our pajamas early, sit around the Christmas tree and open presents. Dinner isn’t a big fancy meal. Instead, we eat lots of appetizers and usually finish off Christmas Eve with a plate of homemade cookies.
This year, I thought I’d try something new. I always seem to have hummus in our refrigerator. It’s great for dipping and healthy snacking, but also makes a tasty sandwich spread. I recently picked up a container of Boar’s Head Roasted Garlic Hummus. My husband isn’t much of a hummus eater, but I knew he’d love this! The Roasted Garlic Hummus is creamy with big chunks of garlic mixed in it. So delicious for garlic lovers like us!
Christmas Eve this year is getting a definite twist! Along with our spread of small bites, I’m serving up these Roasted Garlic Hummus Holiday Pinwheel Sandwiches. They’re delicious, so easy to make (hooray for stress-free entertaining), and incredibly festive! Spread some Boar’s Head Roasted Garlic Hummus onto a spinach wrap. Then, add prosciutto, spinach leaves, turkey, and roasted red peppers. Roll it all up and then slice it into small pieces. It’s that easy!
There’s so much delicious flavor in these holiday pinwheel sandwiches! They’re perfect for a cozy Christmas celebrated at home or when you’re heading to a holiday party! Next time you’re at the deli counter, check out Boar’s Head hummus in nine delicious flavors! You’ll love the unexpected flavor it adds to your holiday spread when you serve it up in these pinwheel sandwiches!
Roasted Garlic Hummus Holiday Pinwheel Sandwiches
- Spinach or veggie wrap
- Boar's Head Roasted Garlic Hummus
- Deli turkey slices
- Baby spinach leaves
- Roasted red peppers
- Toothpicks, optional
- Spread Boar's Head Roasted Garlic Hummus onto a spinach wrap.
- Next, add two slices of prosciutto.
- Add baby spinach leaves, enough to cover the surface of the wrap.
- Then, add a few slices of turkey and top it off with a couple roasted red peppers.
- Carefully begin rolling up the wrap.
- Slice the wrap into small sections and add toothpicks, if desired.
- Serve seam down chilled or at room temperature.
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