Pinwheels are seriously easy to make and they taste great. You can play around with sweet and savoury flavours and pretty much whatever you have in the fridge. If you’re having friends over for drinks, make these as the perfect snack accompaniment to have on the table or serve as canapés.
I used tomato purée, a little leftover feta, some parmesan and oregano.
Then I made a sweet batch with raspberry jam, cinnamon and raisins:
Here’s what you do: Take a sheet of puff pastry, spread on your chosen filling. Roll it up. Cut them into equal portions and bake in a preheated oven, 200’c for approximately 15 minutes. That’s it.
Here’s a few flavour combinations ideas for you.
- Cranberry and walnut
- Jam and mint
- Honey, cinnamon and nuts
- Mincemeat filling
- Apple cinnamon
- Shredded coconut and dried fruit
- Jam and chocolate chips
- Pesto and cheese
- Goats cheese and sun dried tomatoes
- Mango pickle and cheese
- Cheese, pickle and mustard
- Walnut and goats cheese
- Spinach, dill and paneer
- Red onion and goats cheese
- Jalapeños and cheddar
- Blue cheese and walnut
They are quick, simple, inexpensive and delicious!
Peace and loaf 🙂