Nutty Blueberry Pinwheels: Sweet deliciousness for your Sunday Brunch

Nutty Blueberry Pinwheels: Sweet deliciousness for your Sunday Brunch

21 Aug 2016 | 3 min Read

Rakshita Dwivedi

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Pinwheels are one of my favorite starters when I have guests coming over. This time, however I thought of inviting some little guests too. Kids and little sweet somethings go hand in hand and that’s why I tried using blueberry jam in this recipe.You can use strawberry or any other jam as long as your kids love it. 


The challenge here, was not to miss out on nutrition and healthy content while creating something yum as I strongly believe that healthy eating as a habit starts early and it’s always good to inculcate it in the future generations. You can also use whole wheat bread to give it a healthier twist. I have used a mixture of hung curd and nuts as base, which gives it that non-cheesy feel with good crunch without compromising on its taste. The hung curd will avoid spoiling the overall flavor of the dish. In case you don’t want hung curd, feel free to use cream cheese instead. Infact this spread can also be used in normal sandwiches< Link it to the recipe article on mushroom pepper sandwich by the author herself>, however pinwheels look more attractive and being bite-sized, which kids can finish in quick, small bites in between playtime. So lay your hands right on to this super quick and fabulously tasty Nutty Blueberry Pinwheels.


  • Bread slices: 2 
  • Hung curd: ½ cup
  • Blueberry jam: 1 tbsp
  • Mixed dry fruits: 2 tbsp finely chopped
  • Butter: ½ tbsp




Mix hung curd with blueberry jam, dry fruits, butter and keep aside.



Cut off the sides of the bread and with a rolling pin and flatten it a bit more.



Now put the bread slices on a plastic wrap and spread the hung curd and blueberry mixture on top.



Now slowly start rolling the bread from the side with the help of the plastic wrap and then lock both extreme ends like a toffee.



Now wrap it more tightly in an aluminum foil and keep it in the refrigerator for a couple of hours.



After 2 hours, unfoil the rolls, cut it in thin slices and serve.



Cut it with finesse.



Let your kids relish these nuggets of sinful deliciousness.

Also read:  Mushroom Pepper Sandwich, A quick fruity bite: Apple and Mango Crumble, Tiffin Recipe: Oats SandwichRecipe: Dry fruit Laddoo

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