Pinwheel Style Fajitas + a Giveaway!!

Pinwheel Style Fajitas + a Giveaway!!


Living down here in the south, football is always around. If your house isn’t involved in a football over the weekends then you are just doing it wrong. We always get together with friends for a huge football party whenever our favorite teams play and we all bring a dish. Old El Paso is always one of my favorite products to use whenever I make a dish to bring to the party. Last time I made this 7 layer Dip to take, but this time I decided to give pinwheel sandwiches a twist and make them into fajita styled.

I visted my local Publix to get all of the ingredients that I would need for my Pinwheel Style Fajitas. I picked up a box of Old El Paso Fajita kit because it included everything I pretty much needed. I then decided to take an Avocados from Mexico and make a Guacamole type mayo. I also picked up some salsa, refried beans, and cheese dip.


Right now, Publix is offering 25% off items such as seasonings, beans, and condiments so that was a huge money saver when I was preparing my meal. Check out how to make these:


Box of Old El Paso Fajita Dinner Kit


Refried Beans


Cheese Dip

Lime Juice

Chicken Breast


Dice up the chicken and place it in a pan that has heated oil in it and cook it until it is done. I like to take the Fajita seasoning that comes in the dinner kit and sprinkle it all over my chicken. I cut my chicken into small slices, makes it easier for shredding. Then I start making the guacamole. I have super simple way to make it. First we start out by taking the skin off the avocado and start mushing it. Once that is done I add a squirt of lime juice and then mix in equal parts salsa and stir and VOILA, simple guacamole. When that is mixed, I add in equal part refried beans and mix it well. The amount you need really depends on how many you are making. So next I take the fajita wraps and  spread my guacamole mix on it. Then I take a little extra salsa and spread over the guacamole. Finally I take the chicken and shred it a little and place it on top. From there I stick it in the freezer for about 20 minutes so it starts getting cold. I will then roll it up and place it in the freezer another 20 or 30 minutes so that it is easier to slice it. Then cut it up with half inch slices. For the final touch I like to take the fajita sauce that comes in the dinner kit and sprinkle it over the top. Dip it in your favorite sauce, I personally love cheese dip to dip it in.


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  1. Ashley C says

    I only see three recipes on that site. And sadly, I don’t like any of them. I’m not into avocado’s at all.

  2. says

    I was not into avocado’s either. I have to have them mixed with something to enjoy them. I do not like the taste of them by theirself.

  3. Ashley C says

    I’d maybe think about trying the chicken avocado taco boats. It’d have to be sooo light on avocado though.

  4. Anita L says

    I feel like a broken record, but since it’s mandatory, my favorite is the Chicken Avocado Taco Boats :)

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