Rolled and Wrapped Recipes for Game Day

Food Network's wrapped and rolled riffs on game-day favorites are easy to make and even easier to eat.

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Break out the tortillas (and more unexpected ingredients) for rolled and wrapped game-day appetizers that will be met with resounding cheers. These make-ahead, bite-size riffs on game-day favorites are easy to make and even easier to eat, so you won’t be spending your game-day viewing party holed up in the kitchen.

Food Network Kitchen's BBQ Shrimp Roll-Ups for Food Network

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By flattening potato bread slices with a rolling pin, you can wrap BBQ Shrimp Roll-Ups loaded with a little Cajun-inspired flavor. Even after the quarter ends, you can use the same bread-rolling technique with chicken and tuna salads for a lunchtime refresh.

Food Network Kitchen's Muffaletta Pinwheels for Food Network

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Though the traditional muffuletta sandwich is piled high with a heaping mouthful of ingredients, Muffuletta Pinwheels bring the NOLA-rooted favorite to new, easy-to-eat heights. To contain all of the components, flatten soft white bread into a sheet, cover it with the fillings, then roll it all up.

Food Network Kitchen's Nacho Roll-Ups

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Pack everything you love about nachos into a smaller flavor-packed punch with Nacho Roll-Ups. With a hidden core of tortilla chips at the center, each cheesy bite comes with the crunch you’d demand from your standard mountain of nachos.

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