Vegetable Roll Up Recipe

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This easy to make Vegetable Roll Up Recipe is always a hit! Whip up a batch to take to a party, enjoy during a football game or while watching a movie! They make a great Party Appetizer too! 

These easy to make Vegetable Roll Ups are always a hit! Whip up a batch to take to a party, enjoy during a football game or watching a movie! They make a great Party Appetizer too!

I don’t know about you, but I am an appetizer lover! At least once a month we serve appetizers for our meal, and it’s always a hit with the family. There is something about individual small portions that everyone loves.

The holidays are another time that is perfect for appetizers. Keeping it simple and easy is always important, and these Vegetable Roll Ups are exactly that – oh and pretty tasty too!

Vegetable Roll Ups with Tortillas

Recently while browsing through my Mother-in-law’s recipe box, I came across this recipe and I knew right away that it would be perfect! There is something about recipes that are passed down that are not only meaningful, but of course delicious. The tried and true recipes are the best!

These easy to make Vegetable Roll Ups are always a hit! Whip up a batch to take to a party, enjoy during a football game or watching a movie! They make a great Party Appetizer too!

The Vegetable Roll Ups start with a tortilla. I used fresh TortillaLand tortillas that I found at Costco in the refrigerated section, they have simple ingredients that we can all recognize – wheat flour, water, canola oil, salt and sugar. They are uncooked and puff up when you cook them, which by the way, only takes about 30 seconds on each side.

The filling has only three ingredients – cream cheese, mayonnaise and dry ranch mix. Mix the filling until smooth and spread onto the cooked tortilla.

Next comes the vegetables, you can use any combination you like, we used broccoli and red bell pepper for a festive touch.

Watch how easy it is to put them together…

Easy Vegetable Roll Ups

This Vegetable Roll Up Recipe are also a great make-ahead appetizer. I have learned over the years that preparing the food ahead of time for a party is so much easier.

These easy to make Vegetable Roll Ups are always a hit! Whip up a batch to take to a party, enjoy during a football game or watching a movie! They make a great Party Appetizer too!

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Vegetable Roll Ups

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Vegetable Roll Up Recipe

These easy to make Vegetable Roll Ups are always a hit! Whip up a batch to take to a party, enjoy during a football game or watching a movie! They make a great Party Appetizer too!

Simple recipe that goes together in minutes. Great for parties, movie night, football games and more.

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  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 minute
  • Total Time: 11 minutes
  • Yield: 80
  • Category: Appetizer

Ingredients

  • 1 pkg (10) flour tortillas
  • 2 (8 oz) pkgs cream cheese, softened
  • 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 1 pkg (1 oz) dry ranch dressing mix
  • 2 cups chopped vegetables of your choice

Instructions

  1. Cook tortillas 30 seconds on each side, let cool
  2. Mix together cream cheese, mayo and ranch dressing mix until smooth
  3. Spread medium thin layer on tortilla
  4. Sprinkle on vegetables
  5. Roll up tortilla covering with plastic wrap
  6. Place in refrigerator at least 2 hours or overnight
  7. Slice and serve
  8. Store leftovers in fridge

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of TortillaLand. The opinions and text are all mine.

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