Hannah’s Spinach Pinwheels

Hannah stumbled  across a recipe I’d pulled out of a magazine for Pepperidge Farm’s Spinach-Cheese Swirls. Hannah being Hannah read the recipe through once and then did her own thing.

Spinach Pin Wheels

Having recently discovered that Hannah loves spinach I’ve been keeping a bag of fresh spinach in the fridge. For her pinwheels, rather than using frozen spinach, she sauteed fresh spinach in a bit of olive oil and filled the puff pastry with the spinach, Monterey Jack cheese and a bit of Parmesan. Before I realized what Hannah was doing she pulled these tasty little morsels out of  the oven. A nice Sunday afternoon treat!

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One Response to Hannah’s Spinach Pinwheels

  1. Liddy says:

    This looks interesting. Thanks for sharing
    I use regular bread dough to make something similar in lieu of bread rolls/garlic bread at dinner parties.

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