‘The ultimate after school snack or tasty party platter, these Mini Cheese and Chive Pinwheels are super easy and incredibly moreish’
I would say that I cooked a batch of these cheese and chive pinwheels because we had friends over or were attending a party, but I can’t lie to ya’ll. Me and my other half just fancied something easy and cheesy and well, accidently made 24 cheese and chive pinwheels. Look, it’s an easy mistake to make. I just get slightly carried away sometimes.
But hey, who doesn’t want to get carried away with some ooey gooey goodness.
Cheese and chive really are a match made in heaven and when combined with the greatest invention to date i.e the pinwheel, produce something mouthwateringly good. The great thing about this recipe is the way the cream cheese oozes out when in the oven and crisps on the bottom. For me there’s nothing tastier than crispy (verging on burnt) cheese.
You know the way the cheese goes orange and crispy when making cheese on toast? Literally makes me cry rainbows.
I called these ‘mini’ cheese and chive pinwheels because firstly, they are mini. But secondly, I don’t know about you but when I think of pinwheels I think of those giant palm-sized ones you get from the bakery. These ones are much more bitesize, mainly because premade pastry is made a lot thinner and smaller. Leading to the perfect finger food.
These beauties are perfect for most occasions. They’re also really versatile. I’ve seen tonnes of pizza style pinwheels, alongside cheese & ham and spinach & feta. The perfect lunchbox snack that the kids can get inventive with.
These cheese and chive pinwheels really couldn’t be more easy to make. So at your next gathering or simply you and your partner’s next cheese and chive craving, give these delicious bites a go.
Enjoy the recipe and let me know how you all get on. Catch you on the next post! Full deets below.
Cheers guys, this has been ‘Mini Cheese and Chive Pinwheels’. Comment, share, do whatever you fancy but for crying out loud don’t go bacon my heart. See you next time 🙂