How to Make Snowman Roll-ups



When it’s too cold for kids to play outside, the kitchen is the perfect place to set up a fun wintertime activity and maybe even get them to eat some vegetables.


These Snowman Roll-ups created by Annie of Annie’s Eats are great for children ages four and up and can easily be made with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Kids will enjoy making snowmen out of Wisconsin provolone and using finely shredded parmesan cheese for the snow. Shredded carrots make perfect snowman noses and strips of bell pepper are excellent accessories!


Check out the full recipe below and be sure to follow @WisconsinCheese on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for even more wintertime fun!


Snowman Roll-ups
By Annie of Annie’s Eats
Flour tortillas
Wisconsin provolone cheese, cut into circles of various sizes
Wisconsin parmesan cheese, finely shredded
Carrots, some shredded and some shaved into long pieces
Red bell pepper, sliced into strips
Broccoli or broccolini, cut into long florets
Cooking Directions:
Spread a layer of hummus over each tortilla.
Create snowman shapes with circles of provolone. Add raisins for eyes and buttons, shredded carrots for noses and shaved carrot or red bell pepper strips for scarves.
Add broccoli florets to create trees.
Sprinkle with finely shredded parmesan to create “snow.”
To eat, roll up, or cut into pieces.