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Friday, August 27, 2010

Baked Club Pinwheels - Football Friday


It's Football Friday!  SEC Football is one week away!!  The first college game is next Thursday.  Are you ready?  I am ready for some football and some great tailgating!! 

This sandwich is perfect for a crowd.  It is easy to grab and eat on the go.  You don't need any special utensils or even a plate - which is good at a tailgate.  The less you have to tote around the better!  You can serve this with some honey mustard, ranch or BBQ if you want a little something extra.  Chicken Legs & I tested this recipe out for lunch and it was a huge hit.  We had enough leftover for lunch the next day and it was just a good.   I have a feeling we will be making this again soon.









Baked Club Pinwheels
adapted from Pillsbury.com
(Printable Recipe)

6 slices pre-cooked bacon, chopped
1 (11-oz.) can Pillsbury® Refrigerated Crusty French Loaf
1 cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
5 slices thinly sliced deli turkey
5 slices thinly sliced deli ham
5 slices thinly sliced deli roast beef

Heat oven to 350°F. Spray cookie sheet with nonstick cooking spray. Unroll dough. Sprinkle cheese over dough. Top with turkey, ham, roast beef and bacon. Starting with long side, roll up dough; press edges to seal. Make 3 to 4 slits in top of loaf. Place on sprayed cookie sheet.

Bake at 350°F. for 23 to 28 minutes or until golden brown. Cool 5 minutes. Cut into 1-inch diagonal slices.



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22 comments:

  1. Stephanie, I love this sandwich! Can you believe it's football season already? Doesn't seem like it since it's 100 degrees today here in Denver.

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  2. Stephanie, I love this sandwich! Can you believe it's football season already? Doesn't seem like it since it's 100 degrees today here in Denver.

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  3. Goodness! Those look delicious and perfect for game time. Love these pinwheel snacks. I'm ready for some cooler temps that's for sure, but looks like that'll be awhile. Stormy weekend ahead, but at least it might help to cool things down for a couple days.

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  4. Not a big football fan, but this sandwich looks delish!

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  5. This would be awesome if you made it in a portable grill onsite at the tailgate. People would be impressed!

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  6. Wow, looks really, really good. My kids would fall for this!

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  7. This looks yummy and perfect for tailgating - War Eagle! :)

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  8. I'm in - this looks sinfully good.

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  9. Don't watch football, but that snack looks great!

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  10. I think I may have to make this for the Austin SEC picnic in a few weeks. It's so hot here, I am trying to figure out good things to make for the Auburn club that are festive AND I can keep without melting/spoiling, etc

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  11. WOWEE! This looks fantastic!!!

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  12. I mentioned your recipe on my blog today: www.pennynewton.blogspot.com We had the sandwich this week and it was a hit with everyone. I liked how it was filling and hot without being labor intensive.

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  13. That looks soooooo goooood! I don't do football, but I can pretend to be tailgating as I eat that wondrous concoction. Thanks! :)

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  14. I can't wait to make these! Great post!

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  15. Such a wonderful eycatcher! These pinwheels look amazing!

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  16. Am I the only one that had trouble getting the French loaf unrolled? I almost threw it away and just forgot the whole thing, it was a sticky mess---and no, I didn't let it warm up before attempting. I finally just tried rolling it out with my rolling pin, will be looking at other dough alternatives next time...

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  17. @sbj95u, i have not tried these sandwiches but i have used the Pillsbury crusty french loaf with my dinners and i was kind of scratching my head on this one because i don't recall them being made with a seam to unroll. Maybe I'm just not remembering correctly but i was wondering how well they would unroll and if it would be easy to do. The sandwiches look awesome and i definitely want to try them!

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  18. This sandwich sounds delicious--thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  19. I made these last night, and was very disappointed as the outside bread was overly done, but the inside of the roll was still literally dough. Any suggestions?

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  20. I didn't have any trouble unrolling the dough. But, at 350 for 35 minutes, the center was still raw dough. The flavor was really good, as well as the concept. I am thinking maybe prepare the dough like a pizza pocket or calzone next time. Then the dough will actually cook in the center? Or maybe lower the oven temp to 300 and bake an hour? Any ideas? 'Cause the flavor is killer good!

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  21. Mom in Bliss - You could cover the dough with foil once it gets brown on the outside. I've never had any issues with it not cooking.

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