Spinach and Cheese Steak Pinwheels

These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they’d also be great as an appetizer. You’ll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye’s. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.

These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they'd also be great as an appetizer. You'll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye's. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.

Why You’ll Love This Steak Pinwheels Recipe

THey’re quick

These steak pinwheels are perfect for a quick meal. You literally just mix up all the stuffing, roll them up, and bake for around 10-15 minutes. Honestly, the longest part of this recipe is waiting for your oven to reach temperature!

THey don’t require a lot of ingredients

These are so good, and they don’t require a lot of ingredients. They main component of this dish is the thin sliced ribeye. Other than that, most of the ingredients are everyday items you may already have at home.

These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they'd also be great as an appetizer. You'll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye's. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.

Equipment You’ll Need

You’ll need a large mixing bowl, a large baking sheet and a liner. I used parchment paper; you can use foil or whatever you might have!

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Ingredients You’ll Need

Shaved Ribeye Slices:

The main thing that you’ll need for this recipe is the thin shaved ribeye. You’ll need about 1-2 lbs. This will make around 10-ish rolls. If you can’t find any, just ask your butcher to cut you some.

Cream Cheese:

You’ll need one 8-ounce block of cream cheese. Set it out for a little while and let it soften so it can mix easier.

Real Bacon Bits:

I used the store-bought real bacon bits. I like to keep these on hand.

Frozen Spinach:

I used a bag of frozen spinach. I microwaved it according to the package, poked some holes in it, drained off the juice and added it to my mixing bowl.

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese:

You’ll need some shredded mozzarella cheese. You can substitute for a different type of cheese, but I feel like the mozzarella cheese works and tastes the best with this recipe.

Mayo:

The mayo just acts as a binder for the mix and adds some flavor to it. You don’t want to miss out on the mayo!

Seasonings:

You’ll add salt, pepper, garlic and onion powders to the actual mixture and then sprinkle some everything seasoning on top of each roll once they are assembled.

These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they'd also be great as an appetizer. You'll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye's. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.

Step By Step How to Make These Steak Pinwheels in the Oven

Step one

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Cook your frozen spinach according to instructions and drain off excess juice. In a large mixing bowl, add softened cream cheese, cooked spinach, bacon bits, mozzarella, mayo, salt pepper, and garlic and onion powders. Mix thoroughly until blended.

Step two

On a lined baking sheet, take a slice of ribeye and stuff the edge with about 1-2 tablespoons of the cream cheese mixture. Roll it up and place the ending edge of on the bottom so that it doesn’t come unrolled. Sprinkle some of the everything seasonings on the top. Do this with all pieces of meat. Bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes. All the beef will have turned brown and juicy. Serve hot and enjoy!

These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they'd also be great as an appetizer. You'll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye's. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.
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Spinach and Cheese Steak Pinwheels

These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they'd also be great as an appetizer. You'll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye's. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.
Prep 10 minutes
Cook 15 minutes
Total 25 minutes
Course Main Course, Meat
Cuisine American
Servings 6

Ingredients
  

  • 1-2 lbs Shaved Ribeye Slices
  • 8 oz Block of Cream Cheese
  • 1/4 cup Real Bacon Bits
  • 12 oz Bag of Frozen Spinach
  • 1 cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
  • 2 tbsp Mayo
  • 1 tbsp Pepper
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 tsp Onion Powder
  • 1 tbsp Everything Seasoning

Instructions
 

  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Cook your frozen spinach according to instructions and drain off excess juice. In a large mixing bowl, add softened cream cheese, cooked spinach, bacon bits, mozzarella, mayo, salt pepper, and garlic and onion powders. Mix thoroughly until blended.
  • On a lined baking sheet, take a slice of ribeye and stuff the edge with about 1-2 tablespoons of the cream cheese mixture. Roll it up and place the ending edge of on the bottom so that it doesn't come unrolled. Sprinkle some of the everything seasonings on the top. Do this with all pieces of meat. Bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes. All the beef will have turned brown and juicy. Serve hot and enjoy!

Notes

You may have extra stuffing left over and that’s ok. I put it in a small baking dish and used it as a dip!
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These spinach and cheese steak pinwheels are the most versatile dish. These are so simple to whip up for a last-minute meal. Allen loves these to eat for dinner, but they'd also be great as an appetizer. You'll set out some cream cheese. Add in some spinach, shredded cheese, bacon bits, and mayo, and roll them up in some thin-sliced ribeye's. Bake for 10-15 minutes for the most savory and satisfying beef pinwheels. Keep reading to see how I made these stuffed steak roll ups in less than 30 minutes.

Before you go…

Let me know what you thought about these easy steak roll ups. Did you cook these as an appetizer or eat them as a main dish? Let me know here or in the comments below! Happy cooking!

Samantha

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