Pinwheel Snails

Pinwheel Snails

Prep time: 10mins - Cook time: 10mins - Makes :16 Pinwheels

Time to get creative in the kitchen! Transform your everyday sandwich into these cute pinwheel snails that your kids will love making and eating. 1 bread slice makes 4 snails and any leftover mince can be kept in the fridge and used for another meal! 


  • 1 Pack Simply Chicken Mince
  • 1 Small Can Sweetcorn
  • 6 Tbsp Light Mayo
  • Lettuce
  • 4 Slices Soft White Bread
  • Cherry Tomatoes – for the snail heads
  • Cocktail Sticks - sharp ends removed


  1. Pan-fry the mince on medium heat for 8-10 minutes
  2. Whilst the mince cooks, make the snail heads by attaching 2 cocktails sticks with a sweetcorn on the end to each tomato
  3. Cut the crust off the bread and use a rolling pin to roll it out thin
  4. In a bowl mix the cooked mince, sweetcorn and mayo and spread equally across the rolled-out bread slices. Then Roll the bread up tightly to make a spiral effect. (for best results roll the bread in cling film and chill for 20 minutes)
  5. Slice each roll into 4 pieces and attach the snail heads to the slices using a cocktail stick


 Nutritional Information Per 100g  Per 4 Pinwheel Snails
Energy 717kJ/170kcal 566kJ/134kcal
Fat 4.9g 3.8g
Of Which Saturates 0.8g 0.6g
Carbohydrates  19g 15g
Of Which Sugars 2.8g 2.2g
Protein 12g 9.5g
Salt 0.38g 0.30g