These little Turkey Club Pinwheels are layered with meat, cheese, and veggies. Such an easy appetizer recipe to make for lunch, dinner, or game days.
We love keeping different kinds of deli meat, veggies, and tortillas in our fridge, so anyone can make a quick roll up if they are hungry. It's an easy thing to put together for a quick grab and go lunch when the kids are running out the door in a hurry.
These are also an easy appetizer to make for game days. During the winter months, we like to make "snack suppers" and play cards or board games as a family.
These turkey roll ups and these Blackberry Brie Bites are two of my favorites to munch on, while our kids love these Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza Bites.
The best part about these turkey roll ups is that you can customize everything to your taste. Don't like turkey or ham? Try rolling salami, roast beef, or deli chicken instead.
Try adding some fresh avocado or a little bit of salsa to the cream cheese mixture before spreading it on the tortillas. It's a delicious way to spice it up a little.
These turkey cream cheese roll ups are so easy to make. Spread on the ranch dip and layer meats, cheese, and lettuce on top. Then roll them up and refrigerate until you need them. This is a great recipe to make ahead of time.
How to make Turkey Club Pinwheels:
- Mix together cream cheese, yogurt, and ranch powder. Spread on tortillas. (full recipe at bottom)
- Sprinkle with shredded cheese and crumbled cooked bacon.
- Layer turkey, ham, and lettuce on top and roll up slowly.
- Wrap each roll up in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour.
- Remove the plastic wrap and cut into slices. Top each one with a toothpick and tomato right before serving.
These are also a great snack to share at any tailgating party or game night. Make a variety of meat roll ups and serve them on a board with different dipping sauces.
A plate of these fun turkey club pinwheels with toothpicks will disappear in a hurry no matter where you serve them.
More easy appetizers for game days:
- Tomato Basil Pizza Dip
- Pizza Pinwheels
- Pepperoni Alfredo Pizza Dip
- Buffalo Chicken Pizza Rolls
- Cheesy Taco Taquitos
*The post for Turkey Club Pinwheels was first published August 10, 2015. The pictures and post were updated and republished December 29, 2020.
I spead a thin layer of jellied cranberries on before the meat its delicious!
My son loves this type of stuff!
Do you think this could be frozen for easy grab through out the week?! ( summer camp lunches)
I think these would freeze well, although I would probably leave the lettuce out of them if you do that. I think lettuce thawing out could potentially be slimy and not so appetizing. I hope your son enjoys these pinwheels!!!
Deirdre Hill Brown
I am totally making these........for myself! My "kids" are now ages 42 and 45!! (sigh)
But, I will pass this great recipe on to them too, so they can make it for their grownup lunches now too!
Thanks for the great recipes!
I like this recipe but I don't know that anyone in my family will eat greek yogurt....what do you think you could replace it with, do you think plain yogurt would work maybe?
Greek yogurt is plain yogurt. You could also sub sour cream in place of the yogurt. Honestly though, I bet your family would never even know it was yogurt 😉
I want to pack this in my grown-up lunchbox! I used to eat a turkey sandwich almost every single day for lunch, so I would have been all over these. The Greek yogurt and ranch spread also sounds amazing!
Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction
Love this easy idea for lunches!