Spinach Artichoke Dip Pinwheels are a quick and simple appetizer recipe ready in just 20 minutes!
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I have found an amazing spinach artichoke dip recipe and have made quite the mini collection of spinach and artichoke recipes. All inspired by the dip with some tweaks here and there.
These Spinach Artichoke Dip Pinwheels highlight those classic dip flavors in a fun finger food. I love making these for game day or entertaining. These have also been incredibly popular with all of you!
There are some classic flavors that are popular with most people, and spinach artichoke is definitely one of those! Anytime I see a spinach artichoke dip or recipe, everyone seems to get so excited!
By using these familiar flavors, and in a recipe that is so well balanced, you will have a hit!
When I made these the first time for some friends that came over, they were completely inhaled!
To make the Spinach Artichoke Dip Pinwheels, simply mix the ingredients together and spread them over the flour tortillas. Roll the tortillas up tightly and freeze for 10 minutes.
This freezing step makes them easier to slice and keeps the slices sharp and clean. Alternatively, you can refrigerate them far in advance to set up and be ready to go when needed. Then slice and serve immediately.
I am definitely a sauce person which goes for creamy things like these Spinach Artichoke Dip Pinwheels as well. So I like a good layer of the cream cheese dip mixture on the tortillas.
If you can find them, I love to use spinach tortilla wraps for this recipe to enhance the flavors! Sometimes the flavors are only in the “wrap” versions of tortillas, which as really just larger and thinner than the burrito tortillas.
If you prefer less dip, the mixture will go further and could easily cover 4 large flour tortillas, which also means twice the number of pieces!
I only had one person ever say they wanted less filling, so when in doubt, go big and with a thick layer!
- Mix all of the ingredients except the tortillas together in a small bowl.
- Spread the mixture evenly over the flour tortillas. Make the dip layer as thick or thin as you would like (I like a thick layer shown in the pictures which used two tortillas).
- Roll up the tortilla rather tightly.
- Place the rolled tortillas in the freezer for approximately 10 minutes. This helps solidify the dip, making them easier to cut and also cut more cleanly.
- Cut the tortilla logs into 1/2 inch thick slices. Serve immediately.