Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

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Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels are perfect for a quick summertime meal! These kid-friendly, handheld rolls are so yummy and come together quickly. 

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.

Summertime calls for quick and easy meals! Especially meals that don’t require silverware. Or even a plate! Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels recently made the list of my kids’ favorite meals when I made them for the first time. With only four ingredients including French’s® Dijon Mustard, you’ve got yourself one easy and tasty meal!

French’s® Dijon Mustard

We all know French’s for its iconic Classic Yellow mustard, but did you know that it also has a deliciously bold tasting Spicy Brown mustard and a smooth & creamy Dijon? 

It’s incredible, real Chardonnay that makes French’s Dijon so delicious. It’s the go to gourmet mustard that adds a touch of class and creativity to your cooking and makes the average sandwich or burger become something totally brilliant. And that’s why I used it in these Ham and Cheese Pinwheels. So much amazing flavor! 

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.

Summertime is meant for easy meals. And you can’t get much easier than this! You don’t have to use silverware and, let’s be honest, we don’t even use plates when we eat these. I took the pinwheels outside on a platter and the kids walked around the backyard while they ate. It was so much fun!

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.

I wasn’t kidding when I said you only need four ingredients. All you need is thin crust pizza dough, French’s® Dijon Mustard, Swiss cheese, and ham. That’s it! And the rest of the prep is fun. Just roll it all up, cut, and bake. Super easy and so good! 

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.

Then roll it all up into a tight log…

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.

…and slice into 1-inch rolls. Then all you have to do is toss them into the oven! So easy.

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

Yield: 10-12 pinwheels

Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels are perfect for a quick summertime meal! These kid-friendly, handheld rolls are so yummy and come together quickly.

Ingredients

  • 1 can refrigerated thin crust pizza dough
  • 3-5 Tbsp French’s® Dijon Mustard
  • 12 slices Swiss cheese
  • 12 slices thin cut ham

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 425°F.
  2. Roll the dough out onto a silicone mat or a lightly floured countertop. Spread French’s® Dijon Mustard over the dough then top with cheese and ham.
  3. Roll the dough into a tight log; cut the log into 10-12 rolls, about an inch thick. Place on a lightly greased baking sheet, or a silicone baking mat on a baking sheet, and bake 10-12 minutes. Serve and enjoy!
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Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.

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Easy Ham and Cheese Pinwheels - A ham and cheese sandwich rolled up into a fun pinwheel! They're easy to make and fun to eat.



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