Buffalo chicken pinwheels are a super easy, super delicious party appetizer! Full of the chicken wing flavors you love, they’re ready in minutes.
Buffalo wing lovers rejoice! I have a super easy appetizer for you with these buffalo chicken pinwheels with cream cheese, celery and blue cheese. This creamy filling is rolled up in tortillas for the ultimate snack!
These buffalo chicken wraps with cream cheese are a cinch to prepare and are served cold, which means they can be made ahead of time and are easy to transport if necessary.
I’m gearing up for football season with these rollups and fluffy layered blueberry delight for something sweet. The best part is that none of these require the oven (it’s still too hot for that!).
First ingredient you’ll need is shredded, cooked chicken. Leftover rotisserie chicken works well, but I usually prefer to poach my own chicken breasts.
That way I can cook extra and use it them for other meals throughout the week, like quick green chile chicken enchilada hand pies.
Three Ways to Shred Chicken:
- While the chicken is still slightly warm shred with two forks.
- Let your electric stand mix with paddle attachment or hand mixer do the work.
- Place in food processor and lightly pulse. This will produce a more finely shredded texture.
Now that you have your chicken, the first step is to prepare the filling. Mix cream cheese (well softened), crunchy celery, hot sauce and blue cheese.
If you don’t like blue cheese (or don’t think your guests will) substitute cheddar cheese instead. Combine everything along with some black pepper to taste.
Next, spread a thin layer on flour tortillas. I used about 1/2 cup for 10-inch wraps. You’ll need to adjust the amount if your tortillas are a different size.
Roll up pinwheels tightly and wrap in plastic wrap. Refrigerate about 30 minutes or longer before slicing. I cut off the ends first, then cut into 1-inch slices.
To complete this dish, serve these buffalo chicken pinwheels with ranch dressing for dipping!
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