These were really good but I thought they could be better. I reduced the feta cheese amount by half (I'm not that fond of the feta taste). I left out the green onions, but they would be fine to leave in too. But my favorite change was spreading a thin layer of green pepper jelly (homemade) over the tortilla and then adding the cheese-cranberry mixture. I used a heaping tablespoon full of the pepper jelly on each tortilla, just enough to give these pinwheels a spicy-sweet taste and a colorful red & green look. YMMMM!
Brought these to Thanksgiving and they were raved about! I had a hard time spreading the cream cheese as thin as I wanted it, so I added a bit of sour cream to make it more spreadable.
I made this as finger food for the afternoon before our Canadian Thankgiving dinner. I made 1/2 with ham, half without. They were great as is but also would be very good wiith dried blueberries too. I think I may may some with arugula added in as well. They were devoured. My brother is hosting Christmas dinner and he asked me to bring these. Thanks for posting this very versatile recipe!
I've made these twice since Sunday... the plate was cleared in no time at both functions. I followed the recipe exactly, used both spinach and sun dried tomato tortillas. Very nice presentation, and they tasted great. Many commented on the Christmas colors. I now have two great wraps to use for any upcoming event. The other is #417499. Thanks for a great recipe!
If the concern is the strong taste/smell of onion, use 1 cp of minced chives in place of the green onion.
I love these! I think Taste of Home featured the recipe some years ago. Most people loved them and wanted the recipe. A few others made a face at first but came back for seconds after thinking about it for awhile.
AMAZING! Had the BEST flavor! Made them twice and the second time I added sliced ham and fresh spinach leaves... they were gone in a flash! Thanks for the great recipe!!
These were good, I made them for a fancy Christmas sweater party. Liked the red from the cranberries and the green from the onion. Very Festive.
These turned out really well. Used the Mission brand garden spinach and herb, it really helped with the taste. It might have been kind of bland if the tortilla didn't add so much flavor.
Wonderful! I tried them with thinly sliced turkey, too.