Puff pastry pinwheels prosciutto are such a great snack or appetizer that your family will love!
They are kind of fancy really and will be gone in seconds on your next party. Want to learn how you can make these puff pastry prosciutto pinwheels? Let’s get started!
Tapenade might be the most underrated ingredient ever. Not only is it easy to make but you can easily personalize the ingredients and choose the ones you love.
As we made some easy tapenade options this week I needed to do something with the tapenade besides putting it on some bread.
These pinwheels are perfect to use the tapenade. You can make it in a matter of minutes and store it in the refrigerator for at least a week.
The use of tapenade is so versatile and it really gives your recipe a great bite. Like with these pinwheels which make a great snack.
Puff pastry pinwheels ingredients
To make this recipe you only need 5 ingredients and a hot oven. You need:
- Puff pastry or one square of crescent dough
- Green olive tapenade
- Sun-dried tomato tapenade
- Cheese, soft cheese or grated cheese
How to make tapenade prosciutto pinwheels
To make this recipe you first make the tapenade of your choice or buy it in the store. This recipe contains two green olive and sun-dried tomatoes.
You can this recipe using puff pastry or you can use crescent dough. It is important the pinwheels puff up.
Cover the dough with your favorite tapenade and put some prosciutto on top. Then take grated cheese and sprinkle on top of the prosciutto.
Then roll up the dough. If the dough has become warm you can put it in the fridge for 10-15 minutes so it can firm up again.
Now cut into the dough in 10-12 pieces. Preheat the oven to 420℉/200℃ and bake for 12-15 or until the roll-ups a golden brown.
Take out of the oven and serve straight away.
Some of my other tapenade recipes
Can you tell how much of a fan I am of tapenade? I use it any chance I get. Take a look at these recipes:
- Tapenade tortilla bread
- Lentil tortilla soup
- Healthy avocado shrimp tomato tostada
- Vegan smart wrap with a bite
- Healthy kids lunchbox smart wrap
What to serve with puff pastry pinwheels
These puff pastry prosciutto pinwheels are great to eat on their own but also look great at a party with a tapas platter filled with:
- Pita chips
- Hard Spanish cheese like Manchego
- Spanish tortilla
- Crisp no fat chips
- Tortilla taco canapés
You can eat them warm or cold.
More recipe options for tapenade prosciutto pinwheels
- Vegan – remove the prosciutto and add some vegan cheese. It will not be as gooey as with dairy cheese but delicious all the same
- Bacon – as a variation you can sub the prosciutto for bacon, Turkey ham or slices of chicken filet
- Spicy – as you can always spice it up with some chili powder or Sriracha sauce through the tapenade or sprinkle it on top of the tapenade layer
See how you can make puff pastry pinwheels
Want to see how you can make tapenade prosciutto pinwheels? Watch the instruction video below:
Have fun with this puff pastry pinwheels with prosciutto recipe!
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Puff pastry pinwheels with prosciutto are a great snack. Made with green olive and sun-dried tomato tapenade, prosciutto, puff pastry and lot's of cheese.
- Puff pastry or one square of croissant dough
- 4 tbsp of green olive tapenade
- 4 tbsp of sun-dried tomato tapenade
- 4 slices of prosciutto
- 2 tbsp of soft cheese (like feta)
- 6 tbsp of grated cheese (more to taste)
- Spread the puff pastry/croissant dough
- Spread one half of the croissant dough with green olive tapenade and the other half with sun-dried tomato tapenade
- Add some prosciutto and soft cheese and top with grated cheese
- Pre heat the oven at 420℉/200℃ and bake the tapenade prosciutto pinwheels between 12-15 minutes. Serve immediately
Calories: 153; Fat: 13.8g; Carbs: 3.6g; Protein: 4.4g;