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Grilled Chicken Pinwheels, kale, cream cheese, sundried tomatoes

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Grilled Chicken Pinwheels, kale, cream cheese, sundried tomatoes

Grilled Chicken Pinwheels, kale, cream cheese, sundried tomatoes

Looking for something tasty and elegant yet easy and quick enough to prepare in under one hour? If so, Grilled Chicken Pinwheels may be the perfect pick for you!

Whether a week day dinner, a simple luncheon, or even a large barbecue among friends, Grilled Chicken Pinwheels offer versatility for most any occasion.

Enabling lots of flexibility in diverse combinations the fillings may easily be varied based on what is seasonal or even what you have on hand in the pantry. Today’s dish, Grilled Chicken Pinwheels, kale, cream cheese, sun-dried tomatoes uses Philadelphia Cream Cheese chive and onion spread, with fresh cooked kale from my garden, simply adding sun-dried tomatoes already in my pantry. Even plain Philadelphia Cream Cheese will work and all combined and who doesn’t love a little creamy filling?

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A few years back I prepared Chicken Pinwheels down at the Jersey shore during our family reunion celebrating my sister Carolyn’s 50th birthday, in that recipe, again using sun-dried tomatoes but varied using kalamata olives, feta cheese, and fresh basil.

Once grilled, or cooked in the oven chicken pinwheels hold up well, so extras may easily be reheated and  served any time of day, including when a revolving door of guests are coming and going with folks grabbing bites to eat between the beach or just nibbling a late night snack. 

Today’s recipe was also one of four quick and easy preparations I’ve recently shared as part of the July ‘Chef of the Month’ series for the Weston Fitness Training Club in Philadelphia, whose owner, Sandy Joy Weston weekly shares quick and healthy recipes in her Positive Stuff You Need to Know Blog for the clubs fitness trainees.

The Chicken Pinwheels went over fabulously, according to Lexie, personal assistant to Weston, who eagerly prepared them and shared a positive review by email shortly following.

Thanks to Weston Fitness, and Nancy Lowell of Chef’s Last Diet for recommending Spiced Peach Blog for this fun project.

Elegant, quick, and easy, Grilled Chicken Pinwheels, kale, cream cheese, sun-dried tomatoes.

Bon Appetit All! 

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