Here is another recipe that I converted to be low carb. These are super delicious, but a little bit on the more involved side. But, if you are looking for an amazing side dish for a holiday meal, this is a great low carb show stopper! These pinwheels are also good for a meal on their own too!
First I started by making a carbquik pizza dough. The way to do this is to is by mixing 1 1/2 cups carbquik with 1/3 cup hot water. I personally found it to be easier to work with the dough by adding a tbs or so more hot water. It made the dough not so dry.
Then I rolled out the dough onto parchment paper. Make sure to rub a little bit of carbquik on your rolling pin (the same way you would flour for rolling dough) this helps the dough not to stick to the rolling pin. I rolled my dough into kind of a rectangle shape.
Then, very carefully, begin to roll the dough and ingredients into a spiral shaped roll. After your dough is rolled up, cut it on the bias into slices. By cutting on the bias (diagonally) this will help give the roll a "pinwheel" shape.
This will make 8-10 pinwheels. Lay each pinwheel onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and brush the dough surface with egg. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown. In my oven this takes 10-15 mins.