Ham roll-ups with cream cheese typically involve spreading cream cheese on ham slices and adding other ingredients before rolling the mixture into a cylindrical shape. Recipes for ham and cream cheese roll-ups are available on KraftRecipes.com, EatingWell.com and FoodNetwork.com.
To make the ham, cream cheese and pickle roll-ups, according to the recipe on KraftRecipes.com, start by spreading reduced-fat cream cheese on smoked ham slices. Cut dill pickle spears in half, and place a piece on each slice. Roll the ham slices inwards to form logs. Chill the roll-ups in the fridge for one hour, cut them into individual portions, and secure each portion with a toothpick. The recipe for the ham, cream cheese and pepper roll-ups on EatingWell.com is similar, but uses bell pepper slices instead of dill pickles for the stuffing.
A roll-up recipe on FoodNetwork.com involves combining softened cream cheese, hot jarred salsa and sliced green onions in a bowl. Spread this mixture on large flour tortillas, leaving a half-inch space around the edges. Distribute crispy, cooked bacon pieces and thin slices of deli ham on top, and roll the tortillas to form compact logs. Cover the roll-ups with plastic wrap, and place them in the refrigerator for one hour. Retrieve the roll-ups from the refrigerator, remove the plastic wrap, and cut them into 1-inch pieces.