RECIPE: Feta Cranberry Pinwheels

Feta-Cranberry Pinwheels

Feta Cranberry Pinwheels prepared with flatbread from Ghossain’s Mid-East Bakery. Originally broadcast on Dec. 22-23, 2012 and featured on “Entertaining with Homeplate.” (Electronic image by Ron Flaviano for Homeplate and Metro Monthly)

2  8 ounce bars cream cheese, softened
1 bunch green onions, finely chopped
1 cup dried cranberries
1 cup feta cheese, crumbled
1 package Ghossain’s 13″ flatbread


In large bowl, combine the cream cheese, onions, cranberries and feta cheese. Mix until thoroughly blended.

Unfold flatbread, and place one round onto a flat surface. Spread enough of the cheese mixture over the flatbread to cover entire surface.

Carefully roll up, then wrap in plastic and chill for at least one hour. Repeat with remaining flatbread and cheese mixture.

Before serving, use a serrated knife and slice each roll in 1.5″ rounds to form the pinwheels.

Plate on a pretty serving platter.

You can modify the ingredients of the spread to your tastes!

RON CIRCLEABOUT RON FLAVIANO – “Homeplate” co-producer Ron Flaviano is a native of Warren, Ohio, and a graduate of Youngstown State University. Flaviano is art director at the Morning Journal in Lisbon, Ohio, where he manages and oversees production at the newspaper and its regional sister publications. He is also responsible for IT at the Morning Journal. Flaviano is responsible for the filming, editing and production of “Homeplate.” A talented musician and composer, he co-created “Homeplate” with Metro Monthly Publisher Mark C. Peyko.

© 2012 Metro Monthly and Homeplate Media, LLC. All rights reserved.

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