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Tortilla Roll-Ups

It's Super Bowl weekend and it's all about the big game, right?  Personally, I only watch for the commercials and the half-time show, but I do enjoy making food for it.  This recipe is easy, tasty, and always a crowd-pleaser.  

I recently made it when a friend came for lunch and she wouldn't leave without the recipe, so, dear readers, let me share it with you!
Here's what you need:

1 pound of deli meat, sliced thin.  
Large flour tortillas.
Lettuce.
Red peppers - get about 3.
Garden Vegetable cream cheese.

Spread the cream cheese on the tortilla.  Don't be stingy!
Once the entire tortilla is covered with a good layer, add the lettuce.
Next, add the red peppers, which have been sliced.
The next layer is the deli meat. 
I used honey ham.
Start rolling up the tortilla.
Once it's completely rolled-up, start slicing with a serrated knife.
I get about 8 slices from each tortilla.  Put them on a pretty tray and dinner, lunch, or snack is served!
If you want to make this into a great winter dinner (or lunch) click HERE for my quick and easy minestrone recipe.    
We all know you want to make these for the big game tomorrow, so, off you go to the store, and be sure to let me know how everyone likes them!  
Have a great weekend and....enjoy the game......or the commercials......or the half-time show......you get the idea!

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Comments

  1. These look awesome! I will have to fix some for the hubster...he loves tortillas and I'm always looking for new recipes! Hope you have had a great weekend! Hugs!

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    1. They've always been a hit, Benita. Give them a try and let me know if he likes them!

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  2. This looks delicious and I am definitely going to give this a try. Thanks so much for sharing

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  3. These look delicious and a really great "quick" Mom lunch, I feel like I'm always trying to whip something together that's easy, healthy and satisfying. I'm so glad you linked-up with our Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Easy, healthy, and satisfying definitely describe them, Brittany. Enjoy!

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  4. This looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing! x Karen

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  5. my grandkids love this type of rollup will be offering them a lunch like this soon thanks for sharing
    come see us at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Angie, I hope they like them! I will stop by soon...

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  6. such a simple and easy thing to make without having to spend a lot of time making it too. Thanks for linking up at #OMHGWW and hope to see you next week!

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  7. These are great for parties... I like mine with turkey! Thanks for sharing on Homestyle Gathering, Ann!

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    1. They certainly are, Julie, and I've made them with turkey too! Happy to share!

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