Deli Spirals - 60 ct. (Sam's)

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Deli Spirals - 60 ct. (Sam's)

Don’t expect to have any leftovers when you serve this zesty selection of deli-fresh appetizers, including Tomato Provolone, Turkey Bacon Ranch and Club Sandwich Spirals. Just make sure you have enough so your guests can sample one of each! Package contains 20 of each.

Tomato Provolone Spirals: Smoked provolone, tender vegetables and a seasoned cream cheese spread are layered in pinwheels of herbed flatbread.

Turkey Bacon Ranch Spirals: Flavorful smoked turkey, bacon, tomatoes and spinach are delicately wrapped in an herb lavosh flatbread and layered with a creamy ranch Neufchatel cheese spread.

Club Sandwich Spirals: This deli classic features turkey, ham, Swiss cheese, spinach and a dollop of seasoned cream cheese, all rolled up in a tasty flatbread.

Package Includes:

20 Tomato Provolone Spirals, 20 Turkey Bacon Ranch Spirals, and 20 Club Sandwich Spirals

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Posted 2 days ago, on 12/7/2018 by Whitney
For every Christmas party at work and every family Christmas Eve party, I would buy these. Everyone loved them! I can't find them in any of the local Sam's stores now. Co-workers are already asking if I'm bringing them. I honestly don't know why these are not available, and especially around the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays.

Bring these back!!
Posted on 11/29/2018 by Ashley
We have bought these every year from Sam's for events at my work and they are a big hit! Really easy to thaw in the fridge and serve, and so tasty!! I went to buy them recently and they do not carry them in any Sams stores in the St. Louis area. :( I hope they have not been discontinued.... please bring them back to stores in this area!

Great but nowhere to be found
Posted on 11/23/2018 by Gina
I always buy these for the holidays but Ibcan no longer find them in Saginaw, MI. I've tried Sam's Club, Walmart and Meijer. :(
I guess I will try to make my own but was really looking forward to these!

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Posted on 8/8/2018 by Judix

Love these things
Posted on 1/1/2018 by Morgan
I love these things but I got a pack for my new years party only to open them and they only have 2 of the 3 kinds in the box. That's 20 missing spirals :*(

Great for parties and very addictive
Posted on 11/22/2017 by Jeanette
BJ's always seem to have them.

Have seen people posting about finding these some of the .99 stores in California
Posted on 9/24/2017 by Julie
I haven't tried there, but am giving a good rating based on the people who post about them in one of the grps I belong to. For the people who can't find these at Sam's Club anymore, as of 9/23/17... people are finding and buying them from some of the .99 stores in California. If you live near any, maybe take a look and see if they have them.

Love them - can no longer find them at Sam's
Posted on 1/11/2017 by Joy
These are the best! Really tasty and easy. I love to have these for dinner with a glass of wine. However, I cannot find them at Sam's anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was always one of my main purchases, and I always had a box in reserve in case I ran out! No more. :( Where can I get these???? I see others have said the same thing about Sam's and Wal Mart.

GFS sells these
Posted on 8/23/2016 by Heather
You can find these at GFS stores

Addicted to these!
Posted on 7/5/2016 by Jessie
These are by far my most favorite food at all not just frozen! I would just let them thaw in refrigerator and place on tray and eat or serve. Never tried them toasted however known others that have and love both ways. However I can no longer find at Walmart or Sams Club!? Very upsetting and would love to know where I can find them! I would drive hours to get them!

Posted on 6/1/2016 by Deb Adams
Unfortunately, our Sam's no longer carries these. very disappointing. They were great for parties.

Posted on 11/2/2015 by Anon
I take these on trips to trade shows and everyone loves them!
We never toast them - they are great just the way they are!

Love them !
Posted on 8/17/2015 by Kim
Always serve them at functions I host. Guests love them always run out. Added a salsa dip , was a super hit ! will continue to buy these !

Toasted instructions
Posted on 12/18/2014 by Anon
The "serve hot" instructions are on the bottom panel...

deli spirals
Posted on 10/12/2014 by Marge
Where are the toasted recipe?

Good for parties
Posted on 10/5/2014 by Granny Sandy
Agree that there are no instructions on the side of box as stated.

Great toasty
Posted on 5/22/2014 by Muffet
I like them toasted. I put them in oven on broil for a few and they come out Grrrrr8! Love!

Where are the toast instructions?
Posted on 12/25/2013 by Jay
They taste fine, but I never found the instructions on the side of the box on how to toast them. Maybe I'll put in the toaster oven for a couple of minutes. When they are cold they are kind of mushy (chewey).

Not what I'd hoped
Posted on 12/13/2013 by Britney
I gave 2 stars because they aren't completely inedible but aren't at all what I'd have hoped. Tasting these makes me only want to make them myself fresh. I'm not saying it's the company's fault. It's just not something I think is best frozen then thawed to serve. Reconsider!

Deli Spirals
Posted on 10/18/2013 by Gina
Very tasty! I've served these every Christmas Eve for the past 10 years. I'm confused about the reviews that mention baking them! Remove the frozen spirals from their package, place them on Serving Platter (covered with damp paper towel) and thaw in the refrigerator til serving time.

Deli spirals
Posted on 8/29/2013 by Missy
Baked 350" in oven apprx 20 minutes if thaw. Can also be baked frozen in oven at 350" for apprx 30-45 minutes. (Depending on oven temp) Only needs to be warmed, already cooked.

Deli spirals
Posted on 8/24/2013 by Jean
HELP. I just bought these at Sam's to sever on a buffet table. On the front of the box it says serve toasted instructions on side panel. I'm sorry I don't see any instructions. Does "serve toasted" actually mean to " toast them? this does not seem practical and doesn't make sense. Bake in Oven?? If so what temp?