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Puff-pastry pinwheels are an easily customizable "signature" dish even kitchen-phobes can make, says Lori Lange, blogger and author of The Recipe Girl Cookbook. Brainstorm two to three fillings that would taste good together—Lange loves sundried-tomato paste, parmesan cheese and basil, as well as honey mustard, fresh herbs and prosciutto. Defrost the puff pastry, sprinkle on your toppings, and roll it into a log. Stick it in the freezer for a few minutes to firm up, then slice it into coins and cook at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes.