Donna Baker Recipe

Veggie Cream Cheese Roll-Ups

By Donna Baker yeegs


My best friend made these for me. LOVE THEM. Easy, bite-size, good for parties. Good for vegetarians as well, not vegan. I don't like a lot of onion in mine, so I cut a few chives, dice those up and add those instead of green onions. Make them colorful by buying tomato, spinach and whole wheat flour tortillas. I used spinach tortillas in the pic.


Recipe Rating:
 6 Ratings
Prep Time:

Ingredients

2 8-oz pkg
cream cheese, softened
1
envelope ranch dressing mix
4
green onions chopped (i use chives)
1/3 c
black olives, chopped (i use little can)
6
8-inch flour tortillas (can use wheat, spinach, or tomato tortillas.)
1
celery rib, chopped
1/2 c
green bell pepper, chopped
1/2 c
red bell pepper, chopped
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Beat cream cheese and dressing mix together, can use fork to mix.
2
Add green onions and other veggies and mix.
3
Spread cream cheese mixture evenly on flour tortillas and roll up tortillas.
4
Chill tortillas about 3 hours to set. Cut tortillas diagonally into 1/2 inch pieces.
5
Display on platter. Can serve with salsa as a dip.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Vegetable Appetizers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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  • Comments

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    Nancy Wittig NPW - Jul 6, 2010
    WOW!!!!!!! Do these ever sound good. I was looking for an appetizer to serve at my daughters birthday gathering. Even my grandchildren will like these. Thanks for the recipe!
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    Stacey Stalnaker SpookyVeggieMomma - Aug 27, 2010
    you could easily make these vegan by using Tofutti cream cheese mixed with a bit of onion powder, dried dill, and fresh pepper in place of the ranch dressing mix!
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    Avery Davis-Fletcher TexAvery - Oct 12, 2010
    These sound good except I would have to use something other than bell peppers. We do not care for those at all. I imagine you could substitute many different things besides bell peppers.
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    Peggi Anne Tebben cookiequeen - Dec 24, 2010
    I make these , but mine have dried beef in them & jalapenos in them too. No bell peppers.
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    Darlene Wade rosebud50 - Dec 29, 2010
    Adding the jalapenos sounds promising. Don't like olives though.