Simple and quick to make, delicious to the tastebuds--what more do you need? Kids love this stuff, so do adults. Excellent for a substantial snack after school, tailgate party, picnic, appetizer at a fancy party.
This is one of my original.
Ingredients measures listed are approximate.
You will need 1 bar shot glass per person.
Will wakeup your taste buds!
The hot sauce used can be found here: http://www.buffalowildwings.com/
I have sent this recipe to BWW to add to their menu.
The nutritional info will be incorrect for this since it keeps listing "buffalo" as an ingredient instead of the sauce.
Note: the granulated garlic spread evenly over the hot sauce keeps the blue cheese dressing from sinking into the hot sauce.
updated 4/6/2007 - Shadows
I made these for New Year's Eve this year and they went down pretty well. I had some of the French onion spread left. I served it on the side for people that wanted to dip the pinwheels. The cooking time includes the time chilling the spread before assembling the dish.
I love spinach as you can see! :) So try different stuff with it as I buy a whole load of the green when I go shopping. My family complains as spinach will appear on the menu in different forms for days together. But those are my days then and I AM providing them with good nutrition am I not !!!! This recipe is adapted from a recipe I got online. Enjoy!
An easy appetizer that even the guys love. I like to use my own black bean dip, but purchased dip works fine. The jalapeno-flavored cheese dip can be used instead of regular nacho dip. You do want a thicker (but still spreadable) cheese dip...the sauces don't hold up for these roll-ups.
I had these at a party today and I couldn't quit eating them. I'm not a big fan of black olives or chilies but these were incredible. Very popular with everyone. Cook time is refrigeration time. (In response to reviews, I use Old El Paso taco mix and Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix and have never had any complaints about the saltiness. HTH!)