Having been to a number of of those ceremonies within the past, my observation is that the store counter is usually well described — you recognize the turkey, salami, boeuf trifecta.   And that’s all sensible however with a growing variety of teenagers being eater or meat avoidant, i believed it would be nice to supply a veg choice (other than cheese) that may even be compelling enough to eat. therefore the challenge became a way to work the concept into a sandwich food.

Well, I even have to mention, on the far side being a small amount of a bugger to photograph (and thereforeme lingering uncertainty regarding whether or not i will be able to ultimately escort the spinach pancake for the scholars — an excessive amount of love does one think?) — these very little buffalo pinwheels area unit so tasty, I had to journal regarding them. what's it regarding Buffalo sauce that renders everything it comes into contact with deliriously delicious…and those delicate however absolutely perceptible hits of blue cheese… OH. my.

It remains to be seen whether or not these very little bites get consumed by anyone at the graduation ceremony however in our home, they're an exact make-again.  If not in pancake type, then in buffalo hommos type.  The formula works equally well as a dip, a requirement try!


  • 900 grams (about 3 cups) cooked chickpeas, thoroughly rinsed if using canned
  • ½ cup crumpled Gorgonzola cheese, or cheese of choice* (see Notes)
  • ½ cup Buffalo sauce of choice* (see Notes)
  • 3 green onions, finely chopped
  • 1 cup finely chopped optional crunchy add-ins* (see Notes): spring radish, fennel, celery, bell pepper, apple, seeded cucumber
  • 3 (or more* see Notes) 10-inch tortillas of choice, I used spinach


  1. Place cooked and cooled chickpeas in a blender or food processor (or, you can simply use a potato masher)
  2. Add the buffalo wing sauce and ¼ cup of cheese. If you are not using cheese, I recommend adding 2 Tbsp of olive oil or coconut oil instead for adhesion and healthy fats.
  3. Pulse the chickpeas, buffalo sauce and cheese together until desired consistency is achieved. I left mine a little on the chunky side but if you prefer a smoother consistency like hummus, just keep pulsing (stopping to scrape the sides down as necessary).
  4. Remove contents into a mixing bowl and add remaining ¼ cup cheese, green onion and any crunchy add-ins. Use a spatula to mix the contents together before spreading on tortillas.
  5. Lay each tortilla out on a flat surface and divide the mixture among them -- spread the mixture evenly over the full surface of the tortilla using a spreading knife or spatula.
  6. Beginning on one end, gently roll the tortilla as evenly and tightly as possible (like a sleeping bag!).
  7. Carefully place each rolled tortilla into some plastic wrap and store in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.
  8. Remove from wrap and slice the tortilla to the thickness desired.

Recipe From : Inspired Edibles

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