Spinach Dip Rollups


Spinach Dip Rollups

Spinach Dip Rollups
3 dozen
1 Hr

You know your guests already love spinach dip, so how about serving it up to them in a whole new way with this easy, no-cook appetizer recipe? Our Spinach Dip Rollups are so creamy, and the bacon bits really pump up their flavor. Just wait till ya see how fast they'll make 'em disappear!

What You'll Need

  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
  • 3/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 (10-ounce) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well-drained
  • 2 (2-ounce) jars diced roasted red bell peppers, drained well
  • 1 (3-ounce) package bacon bits
  • 5 (10-inch) flour tortillas

What to Do

  1. In a large bowl, combine cream cheese, mayo, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, and lemon juice; mix well. Stir in spinach, roasted bell peppers, and bacon bits.
  2. Spread mixture on tortillas, distributing evenly. Roll up jellyroll fashion; wrap each in plastic wrap.
  3. Chill 1 to 2 hours, or until ready to serve. Cut into 1/2-inch thick slices and serve.


Easy AND delicious? That's what you get when you throw together our Microwave Artichoke Spinach Spread!

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Has anyone tried this with store bought spinach dip? I don't like using frozen spinach...never works for me.

That is what I am going to use when I make this. I never use frozen spinach for anything.

The idea of this appetizer is such a clever way to get so many yummy ingredients into one bite without the mess. Usually, the spinach dip I've eaten has always had artichoke hearts in it and it's been baked...but I really like that the veggies in this recipe stand out more because they haven't been melded all together in the cooking process. I probably wouldn't use bacon bits in mine, (it's just a preference) but using the flavored wraps you see in the store today would be a fun way to give these appetizers that special little twist.

Letting the tortillas at room temp is a good idea. I would go to Costco and BUY the dip already made. I am too old to mess around in the kitchen for to long. LOL (maybe a little lazy ?)

This is a great appetizer. Spinach dip is always a hit, and this version would definitely go over as well. I like the addition of the bacon bits, but I'd use real crumbled bacon instead of the imitation bits. I'd also like to try this with some very thinly sliced ham in place of the bacon. I do agree from prior experience with other recipes that drying the spinach thoroughly is critical, along with making sure the rolled tortilla is very well chilled.

I have been making these for 30 years...SO good and SO easy!!!

I remember many potluck days at work, and someone always brought the most amazing spinach dip. I never made it myself, but I have memories of how tasty it was. We like rollups for appetizers, so I will definitely make these soon. I'm thinking for the 4th of July or the next weekend. Thanks for the idea. My family will actually eat spinach when it's served this way.

I would definitely make sure to refrigerate them, since that helps them to firm up. Also, I would spend extra care to make sure that you really squeeze all the liquid out of the spinach, otherwise they might get soggy. A clean kitchen towel works well for this. If you simply dump the spinach over a strainer and let it drain, a lot of the water gets left behind. I tried substituting a little bit of lemon pepper for the lemon juice to cut down on the moisture, and it turned out good this way as well.

I was just wondering even though these look so good and i'm sure they are tasty, does the filling slide out when you try to bite into them?

Hi there! The filling will not slide out of these Spinach Dip Rollups as long as you refrigerate them according to the instructions. Enjoy!

This is a good filling snack that I took to Bible study night, but I made some with artichoke for those people that don't like spinach. You just have to chop it up very finely so your tortillas will roll up. And your tortillas so much easier if you leave them out at room temperature. If you're too cold they won't stretch and you won't get a tight roll and they could unroll. I also put just a little bit of cream cheese on the edge which helps them stick and stay rolled up to. And then I slice them into pinwheels and chill.


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