I’ve partnered with Price*s® to bring you this delicious snack idea, but all opinions are my own! #PricesSouthernStyle
We’re a house full of breakfast eaters 364 days a year. The one notable exception? Christmas morning. When everyone is much more excited about opening gifts than eating breakfast. I can’t say that I blame them. Which makes brunch the first meal of the day.
With gift opening behind them everyone is bound to be extra hungry. Thankfully I’ve got a brand new brunch menu to share with everyone this year, and Price*s® Southern Style Original Pimiento Cheese is the star. Yes, that same pimiento cheese that you remember from when you were a kid. And that you’re used to seeing at dinner parties. I’m serving it for breakfast, in the form of pimiento cheese pinwheels and pimiento cheese deviled eggs.
Let’s start with the deviled eggs. I used 1 dozen eggs and 1 tub of Price*s Southern Style Original Pimiento Cheese. To boil my eggs I place all the eggs in a pot, cover with water, and bring to boil. Once the water is boiling, cover, turn off the heat, and let the eggs sit for 15 minutes. Then rinse in cool water until you can handle the eggs. Peel, cut in half, and remove the yolk. Put all the egg yolks in a bowl and add the tub of Price*s pimiento cheese and combine.
To fill the eggs I placed the mixture in a resealable plastic bag and snipped the corner. Squeeze the pimiento cheese mixture into the egg halves. Then I topped each with with a sprig of fresh dill.
You can find Price*s pimiento cheese in the refrigerated section at Walmart, near cream cheese. I used the Southern Style Original flavor, but you could certainly use the Spicy Jalapeño for a little extra kick. And the fresh dill was in the produce section.
While you’re picking up your tubs of Price*s pimiento cheese get a tube of Great Value crescent roll dough for the pinwheels. Unroll the dough and spread the pimiento cheese all over. Roll up the dough and slice it. Then bake according to the directions on the crescent roll dough.