Donna's StoryMy 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.
2 8-oz pkg
cream cheese, softened
envelope ranch dressing mix
green onions chopped (i use chives)
black olives, chopped (i use little can)
8-inch flour tortillas (can use wheat, spinach, or tomato tortillas.)
celery rib, chopped
green bell pepper, chopped
red bell pepper, chopped
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1Beat cream cheese and dressing mix together, can use fork to mix.
2Add green onions and other veggies and mix.
3Spread cream cheese mixture evenly on flour tortillas and roll up tortillas.
4Chill tortillas about 3 hours to set. Cut tortillas diagonally into 1/2 inch pieces.
5Display on platter. Can serve with salsa as a dip.
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!
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!
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.
Peggi Anne Tebben cookiequeen - Dec 24, 2010
I make these , but mine have dried beef in them & jalapenos in them too. No bell peppers.
Darlene Wade rosebud50 - Dec 29, 2010
Adding the jalapenos sounds promising. Don't like olives though.