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Salami Rolls


Salami Rolls are the easiest appetizer and so delcicious!

I love salami rolls! They are perfect for a snack, appetizer or on the go. In the summertime I make the rolls to take to the pool to munch on for lunch. They also make great road trip food :-) The picture above shows the salami rolls I made for Melissa and I when we went to Mixed Conference in December.

If you use Hormel Natural Choice Salami when making these rolls it is gluten free.  You can use previously frozen creme cheese too!

Did you know that you can freeze cream cheese?  It works great and saves money!  I like to purchase cream cheese in bulk on sale and stockpile it for recipes.  Check out this post Can You Freeze Cream Cheese to find out how!

When making these rolls how much salami or cream cheese you will need depends on how much you will be making.

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Salami Rolls
  • salami (I like mine sliced thin)
  • cream cheese
  1. Spread ½ to 1 teaspoon on salami.
  2. Pick one end of salami and roll across.
  3. Place on tray or in container.

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  1. Jody1216 says

    For my appetizers, which are similar to these: I take dried beef slices & fill them with cream cheese with some
    horseradish mixed in. They are so good!!! If you want you can rinse some of the salt off the beef slices, then dry off well, but I think they are good right out of the jar. Never tried it with salami…will have to give it a try.

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