Cheesy Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe

Whether it’s Pasta DishesFish Tacos, Appetizers or afterschool snacks, cheese is ALWAYS on our shopping list, we’re cheese heads. We buy three or four eight oz packages each month!

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Inspired by a recipe I found while shopping for pastry puffs, I created these Cheesy Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels and they were SO delicious that I’m thinking about making more tomorrow. They’re perfect for summer parties, for munching on lazy Sundays or anything else you can think to use them for. 

Cheesy Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe

Ingredients

2 Sheets Puff Pastry
2tbs Water
1 Large Egg
5oz Goat Cheese
12pc Precooked Bacon
1c Fresh Spinach
Garlic Powder, Salt and Pepper to taste
1 Package KRAFT Natural Cheese – Italian Blend (8oz)

Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe

Instructions

Your puff pastry will need to thaw to room temperature (about 40 minutes). During that time you can begin preheating the over to 375 degrees and take care of your prep work. For starters whisk egg and water together in a bowl and set aside. You will also need to chop your spinach and crumble the goat cheese.

Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe
Once your pastry has thawed, unfold onto wax paper and brush on a light coating of egg mixture. You should have some left over. Set it aside, you will need it later. Then layer (in order) goat cheese, bacon and spinach. Finally top with your KRAFT Italian Blend. The stand up pouch is convenient for just sprinkling it on. Feel free to be liberal with the KRAFT Cheese, it’s the glue that binds. Finish it off with garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste. 

Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe

Then you will want to tightly roll your pastry short ways. Make sure to keep it nice and tight, otherwise they wont cook into perfect wheels. Once it’s rolled you cut into 1/2in slices. Place the slices cut side down on the wax paper on top of a cookie sheet at least 2in apart. Finally, lightly brush the tops and sides with egg mixture and pop in the oven for 12-15 minutes or until the tops are golden brown. 

Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe

 

32 thoughts on “Cheesy Bacon and Spinach Pinwheels Recipe”

  1. Those look divine! i actually just picked up those new packages and for some reason they don’t look as much as the others even though they say they’re the same.

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  2. I am convinced that there is nothing that doesn’t taste good when you put cheese or bacon in it. These pinwheels look scrumptious!

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  3. I love making pinwheels. They are so simple, yet people are so impressed by them. I even make them, cut and then freeze. When unexpected guests come over, I pop them in the oven!

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  4. These look SO good! I love how easy they are to make too. I’m going to have to whip some up for out next get together!

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  5. Normally I shy away from cooked spinach in recipes, or recipes where the spinach will end up baked or cooked in the dish. I’m just weird in that I only like raw spinach I guess. This looks like it would be pretty hard to pick up on though, so it might work for me!

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  6. You make it look easy to make. I usually over fill and then everything squishes out the sides or ends…haha! It looks delicious though. I love pinwheels or rollups!

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  7. That looks and sounds amazing. I’ve actually never had goat’s cheese so I didn’t know what that was in the picture at first lol

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  8. Great combination of flavors, especially the goat cheese and bacon. Doing the pastry like a pinwheel is very clever too.

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  9. Those turned out really pretty! I like that use goat cheese and the Kraft blend. The more cheese, usually, the better. :)

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  10. That pinwheel looks SO good! That’s exactly what I have been cravings and it’s so simple to make. This is something I could make for my daughter as an after school snack!

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