Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups

Are you ready for football season and tailgating parties?

I’m not really a big football fan of the game itself but I am definitely a fan of football food. Making a meal out of appetizers, snacks, dips, and chips is the best.

Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups - Creamy avocado with sharp cheddar, cilantro, and a little bit of smoky chipotle heat! Easy, ready in 5 minutes, and everyone loves these! Great appetizer and a gameday party favorite!!

I love some good gluttonous party food as much as the next person but in an effort to lighten things up I made these rollups. They’re meat-free, dairy-free, and you can keep them gluten-free by using corn rather than flour tortillas. You’ll never miss the meat or dairy in these rollups because they’re packed with flavor.

There’s a creamy avocado spread I made by mixing avocado with Silk’s Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative, the chipotle seasoning adds a nice kick, there’s bright and fresh cilantro, chewy sun-dried tomatoes, and the cheese is dairy-free. (Try brands like this or this)
Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups - Creamy avocado with sharp cheddar, cilantro, and a little bit of smoky chipotle heat! Easy, ready in 5 minutes, and everyone loves these! Great appetizer and a gameday party favorite!!

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Adopting a more plant-based diet can start with making a change just one day a week so why not start by sidelining meat during Monday Night Football games this season and take the #MeatlessMondayNight challenge.

The rollups are incredibly fast and easy to make and in 5 minutes you’ll be snacking away.

Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups - Creamy avocado with sharp cheddar, cilantro, and a little bit of smoky chipotle heat! Easy, ready in 5 minutes, and everyone loves these! Great appetizer and a gameday party favorite!!

It’s usually the fast and easy recipes that go first at parties and these are no exception.

My friends gobbled them up at a recent get-together and you can easily double or triple the recipe depending on how many hungry fans you have.

Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups - Creamy avocado with sharp cheddar, cilantro, and a little bit of smoky chipotle heat! Easy, ready in 5 minutes, and everyone loves these! Great appetizer and a gameday party favorite!!

Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups

In an effort to lighten up tailgating and football snacks, I made these rollups. They’re meat-free, dairy-free, and you can keep them gluten-free by using corn rather than flour tortillas. You’ll never miss the meat or dairy in these rollups because they’re packed with flavor. There’s a creamy avocado spread I made by mixing avocado with dairy-free yogurt, the chipotle seasoning adds a nice kick, there’s bright and fresh cilantro, chewy sun-dried tomatoes, and the cheese is dairy-free. The rollups are incredibly fast and easy to make and in 5 minutes you’ll be snacking away.

Ingredients:

  • 2 large (burrito-style) tortillas (flour or corn may be used)
  • 1 medium ripe avocado, peeled and pitted
  • 1/4 cup Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative (Greek yogurt or sour cream may be substituted)
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt, or to taste
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper, or to taste
  • about 8 slices of cheddar cheese, softened to room temp (white cheddar, provolone, or your favorite cheese may be substituted)
  • 2 teaspoons chipotle seasoning, or to taste
  • 1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup cilantro leaves, chopped

Directions:

  1. Place tortilla wraps on cutting board; set aside.
  2. To a medium bowl, add the avocado, yogurt, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and mash with a fork to combine.
  3. Spread half the mixture over 1 wrap and half over the other wrap, leaving a 1/4-inch bare margin.
  4. Add the cheese slices (about 4 slices per wrap depending on the size) in an even, flat layer noting that you may need to break the cheese in places to get coverage.
  5. Evenly sprinkle each wrap with 1 teaspoon chipotle seasoning, or to taste.
  6. Evenly sprinkle each wrap with 1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes.
  7. Evenly sprinkle each wrap with 1/4 cup cilantro.
  8. Roll each wrap up tightly and position so the seam is down. Using a serrated knife, slice into 1-inch segments and serve immediately. Rollups are best fresh.
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31 comments on “Chipotle Cheddar Avocado Rollups”

  1. I recently found out our neighborhood get together at the end of this month is a taco bar party–so these or the jalapeño cheese bread would be great to take. Can’t decide (as usual) because they both look so good!!

    • These are definitely lighter than the cheese bread. More of a ‘fresh and light’ than a whoa, I just ate some decadent cheese bread, which is always fun knowing you brought THAT recipe that everyone went nuts over :) You could bring both because they are both like 5 mins of prep time!

  2. This is such a brilliant snacketizer idea! loving it a lot!

  3. YESSSS more food that I can “pretend” to watch football for…but really I’m just there to EAT. Avocados are my obsession and I’m loving that spicy goodness of these little rollups! Pinning!

  4. I love the idea of sundried tomatoes in these along with avocado and spicy cheddar– can’t wait to try it!

  5. I love football and ate my share of tex mex yesterday…but I would have loved to be eating these. I’ll be making them Thursday extra spicy!!!

  6. Happy Monday Averie! With recipes like this one its definitely a happy day for me here, I can never say no to avocado and cheddar cheese! These rollups are the perfect party food, delicious and no mess or sicker fingers!

  7. These look so fresh and delicious – the perfect meal to end the summer. I have a whole Pinterest board where, I think, this recipe will feel comfortable. I love making rollups because they require so little cooking and a whole lot of eating xD  But seriously, the recipe is quite open for interpretations and you can even put some cheese on top of them and heat them in the oven for a bit, like mini pizzas.

  8. These look incredible and if I have the right ingredients I might make them for lunch today. I’ve recently stopped eating red meat so the fact that these are meat-free is great!

    White Walls & Wanderlust

  9. You had me with chipotle, and avocado! I’m definitely going to be trying this soon!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  10. What a versatile recipe!!  I love the flavors here, but I could also see doing apple instead of the avocado, with those same spices.   Or making these in puff pastry.  Or using the ingredients without the wrap and making it into a dip.  

    Perfect for a game, even though I know you don’t watch them.  You’re crazy.

    • There are like a bazillion ways and combos to use said ingredients (or similar), like you said puff pastry (I did something like this for my 2nd cookbook with pumpkin spread that I rolled up in puff pastry now that you mention that!)

      It’s the perfect gameday food. And watching games? The LAST thing I would spend 3 hours of time doing. Ever. :)

  11. These rollups have my mouth watering!  So many bold flavors.

  12. I’m with you…the game does not intrigue me at all but these roll ups sure do! Pinned :)

  13. These look so good! We love rollups but with cheese and avocado they’d be even better!

  14. Yum! You are speaking my cheese language here!! Thanks for sharing!

  15. YUM! I love anything chipotle, and I’m thinking I could maybe use pepper jack cheese to up the spiciness even more! Thanks for the great idea. And I agree – my favorite meals are appetizers/snacks such as these!

  16. The football food is the best part of watching a football game :)

  17. I just might be able to watch some football…as long as a plate of these rollups were in front of me.  Girl, that flavor combo sounds amazing, and they are gorgeous looking!!!

  18. I can’t wait to try this! Great colors and flavors. I’ll be travelling for Thanksgiving and wish to impress making these rollups as one of my two assigned appetizers. I may be expected to prepare and transport about two hours before serving. 

    How would you adjust for the lead time and guests who dislike sun-dried tomatoes (but will adore the rest)? This dish is purr-fect for guests I known. 

    …Thinking of garden or herb (green) wraps for easy ID of no sun dried tomato version… Maybe sub fresh basil (for cilantro) and small-diced Roma tomatoes? …Sliced or crumbled bacon? Will appreciate all suggestions.

    Thank you much for sharing. Found you via DamnDelicious.net.

    • I would just omit the sundried tomatoes if they’re not universally enjoyed by all. As for the garden/herb idea, sounds great. Basil and cilantro are two of my favorites and both go great with tomatoes, cheese, deli meat, etc. LMK how things turn out!

  19. These would do so well in my low carb wraps! Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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