Ham and Boursin Roll Ups

As seen on WKTV NEWSChannel 2 Friday, August 1, 2014

Ham and Boursin Roll Ups

Ham and Boursin Roll Ups

Looking for elegant appetizers that are easy to prepare? Then you will want to keep this recipe handy when it comes time to impress your guests.

Simply combine a couple of cheeses, spread over sliced ham, roll up, and cut into bite-size pieces. Secure with toothpicks, and you’ll be on your way to sharing tasty tidbits that everyone will love.

Whether entertaining indoors or outdoors, arrange the Ham and Boursin Roll Ups on serveware like this from Oneida.

Placing appetizers on a bed of ice ensures it will stay fresh and chilled—making this serveware the ultimate in functionality. Now this is something to celebrate.



1 (5.2-ounce) package Boursin cheese with Garlic and Fine Herbs
1 (3-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
8 slices regular or reduced-fat deli ham

In a medium bowl, mix together Boursin cheese and cream cheese using a fork. Spread on ham slices. Roll up ham slices lengthwise; transfer to a plate. Cover, and refrigerate at least 1 hour or up to 4 hours. Trim ends, if desired, and cut each slice into 1-inch pieces. Secure each piece with a toothpick. Makes 40 pieces

Thanks to Oneida for providing serveware

4 thoughts on “Ham and Boursin Roll Ups

  1. Hi.Cynthia! I met you at Jayme’s shower, saw your cook book and had to get the recipe for Chicken Riggies! I’m Kevin’s girlfriend Kaitlin’s Mom Debi, Whewww! Anyway, I ordered your book at Amazon and love it! I have been making your lemon cheese cake tarts for several family functions and they are a hit!
    Looking forward to trying all! Thanks!

    • Hi Debi! Glad you have the recipe for Chicken Riggies and that you love The Harried Housewife’s Cookbook. Thanks for letting me know!

      I’m happy that the Lemon Cheesecake Tarts have been a hit at family functions. I think you, Kaitlin, Kevin, and your whole family will enjoy the variety of quick and easy recipes in the cookbook.

      It was a pleasure meeting you, and I hope we can see each other again soon.

      Here’s to Happy Cooking. ~ Cheers! ~


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