Ham and Asparagus Roll-ups

"Adapted from a recipe at kraftfoods. It's very easy, and low fat too!"
photo by Bobtail photo by Bobtail
photo by Bobtail
photo by Bobtail photo by Bobtail
Ready In:
15 rollups




  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Flatten and dry the ham slices.
  • Stack ham in piles of 2 slices each; spread each stack with 1 tsp of cream cheese.
  • Sprinkle with freshly ground black pepper.
  • Place 1 asparagus spear on one of the long sides of each ham stack; roll up.
  • Place in 13x9-inch baking dish.
  • Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until heated through.
  • NOTE: You can make this ahead, just assemble as directed, cover tightly with plastic wrap and foil.
  • Refrigerate overnight or until ready to use.
  • Uncover and bake as directed.

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  1. Starrynews
    I used honey ham instead of smoked, since that's what I had, and it was great. I also added a little bit of dried basil with the pepper. Thanks for a yummy recipe!
  2. Chef RZ Fan
    We loved it ! Tasty, delicious and easy - thank you for sharing.
  3. jeannie smith
    For an adaption usin the same ingredients except a single slice of ham, do this: slice each long roll into 6 pieces for a delightful finger food. (No bake) -Jeannie from Colorado
  4. MargaretGibbs
    This is a goota try over Easter Weekend. What a great change from the Asparagus rolls using bread slices.
  5. MaryKate
    I Love these I discovered them just recently I'm on a diet and these fit the bill perfectly a little protein, veggies, they are perfect. To give them a little more flavor I add either ranch dressing mix powder or garlic salt. It is really good then!!


  1. Kim C.
    I have made this with shredded swiss cheese instead of cream cheese and it compliments the ham and aspargus much better.


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