Last Christmas I needed a quick appetizer to take to a Christmas party....my second in less than 24 hours. I read about these via the Pillsbury website. They were super simple to throw together.
You need a can of thin crust pizza dough, 6+ slices of cheese, and half a pound of ham, salt, and an egg.
You spread out the dough, lay the ham all over the top, and then lay the cheese on top of that. I, clearly, didn't have enough sliced cheese, so....same difference with the grated, though, I'd recommend the sliced b/c you don't have to chase it around and push it back in your spiral when you cut.
Roll tightly (the long way) and then cut into 16 pieces. You then crack an egg, glaze the top of the pinwheels and then sprinkle with a little sea salt.
Bake at 425 for 15-20 minutes. I'd suggest serving it with a dipping sauce-ranch, pizza sauce, honey mustard. Everything is better with a dip-choose one to match your taste, or throw them all out there.