Posted: 12/3/2012 4:43:11 PM
I've found that when I make any of these types of pinwheels, they cut better when I put them in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes after I roll them up. Much easier to cut without them just smashing down. Enjoy!
Posted: 12/2/2012 7:30:02 PM
These are out of this world!!! Hands down yummy
Posted: 12/1/2012 9:19:49 AM
Saw these on a commercial and had to try them. They were so good. Instead of bacon I used Ham. Not so easy to cut. Dough stuck to the knife. Maybe if the knife were wet it would cut easier? i will try it because I will be making these again.
Posted: 11/29/2012 9:24:51 PM
Can wait to try these!!! Just a tip on cutting--I use a piece of bakers twine to cut cinnamon rolls and I'm thinking this technique would work on these as well!! Lay string under roll and bring ends up and criss cross like you're going to tie a knot but don't and pull to cut slices!!! Easy peasy cheesy!!!!
Posted: 11/25/2012 2:31:42 PM
Ok, my first try did not look pretty, but they tasted great. However, I'm very big on spices so I added a litte rosemary, sage and garlic salt. It was very difficult to cut even when I put in the freezer to firm the dough a little and wrapped it in wax paper. I learned from my mistakes!!!! So, the second time, the only change I made was to keep it wrapped in the wax paper while I cut it. Cutting was a breeze and although not as big as the picture, they looked great!!!
Posted: 11/24/2012 4:35:56 PM
I thought these were good and quick. Did have trouble cutting them. They didn't look as pretty as the picture. Watched them during Ohio State-Michigan game. Go Bucks
Posted: 11/23/2012 6:09:27 PM
Substitute refrigerated pizza dough and minced red onions with double mexican taco cheese and a little extra ranch; freeze time helps with slicing and these are as good as they seemed during Macy's thanksgiving day parade.
Posted: 11/23/2012 12:33:15 PM
People who rated this recipe high must have no tastebuds. I used even more bacon & cheese than the recipe called for and the pinwheels were bland at best. Neither myself, husband, friends aged 12, 13, 14, 14 thought they were worth ever making again. We all agree we would rather have had a grilled-cheese with bacon sandwich.
Posted: 11/23/2012 12:30:12 AM
I would think you could use any kind of dressing, bleu cheese, whatever you like. Also, there are flavored mayo's (chipotle etc) that would be great. Also maybe creamy horseradish sauce. Try different toppings to go with different flavors. You could put some chopped chicken with the blue cheese, make a southwest flavor with the chipotle dressing, tomatoes and cilantro...get creative! You don't need a whole lot of any of these ingredients, just enough to give flavor to the dough. I have had the version listed here minus bacon, comes out great. Addictive! I am thinking that when I make i
Posted: 11/22/2012 6:42:29 PM
Haven't made yet, however: I would suggest at least baking them partially - perhaps 10 to 12 minutes - and then freeze. You would need to bake, in any case, but not so long. I'm thinking the dough may not rise properly if frozen before baking. For those who don't like ranch dressing, try a bit of sour cream mixed with herbs you like, or maybe mayo???