Easy Stuffed Pork Rollups

Sunday, August 22, 2021
If you want an easy but impressive dinner to serve family and friends these Easy Stuffed Pork Rollups are a perfect choice for using pork tenderloin.

Our pork tenderloin wrapped in bacon is filled with whipped cream cheese, deli black forest ham, seasoning,  then cooked in a sauce that will have your mouth watering just by its aroma.

What can be better than pork tenderloin stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon?

These pork roll-ups are simple to make and c
an be made ahead of time and very impressive like they came from a 5-star restaurant.

For all my pork fans like us, do try my Grandma's  Boscaiola Pork Sauce it's delicious and great over Italian bread, pasta, and rice for another easy gourmet-style dish.

Need some side dish suggestions? Then try our Holiday Side Dish recipes, they're all perfect with pork.

Scroll down to get these easily printable step-by-step instructions on how to stuff pork tenderloin perfectly!

this is pork tenderloin stuffed with ham and cream cheese rolled up and baked on a white plate with parsley

How To Make The Juiciest Pork

  1. Cream Cheese: The cream cheese inside this thinly cut pork holds all the juices inside
  2. Herbs: Using some herbs also kicks up the flavor inside and for those spicy heat lovers try a little cayenne pepper for a nice change
  3. Impressive Meals: This dish is perfect for entertaining guests, super simple to make stuffed pork
  4. Substitute Pork: Not a pork lover? Substitute chicken, steak, or even turkey filets( we got you covered)
  5. Easy To Find Ingredients: The ingredients are also easy to find in your local supermarket, and nothing too fancy just look for thinly sliced meats
  6. Easy to Make: Just check out the simple step-by-step instructions on how to make these pork rollups and don't forget to read my tips

these are rolled pork tenderloin stuffed with ham herbs cream cheese and wrapped in bacon


  • deep fry pan
  • measuring spoons
  • measuring cup
  • pie plate 
  • baking dish
  • colander
  • cheese grater
  • knife
  • cutting board

this is how to make stuffed pork rollups rolled in bacon stuffed with ham


  1. always use room temperature cream cheese or whipped for easy spreading
  2. season the pork with salt and pepper when it's raw
  3. preheat the oven 
  4. for extra crispier bacon only use thinly sliced
  5. use butchers thread or toothpicks to hold pork shut
  6. always cook rolls seam side down
  7. chicken, turkey, or thin pounded steaks, can be substituted

this is pork stuffed with ham and cream cheese, herbs and spices on a cutting board

Serving Suggestions

this is pork tenderloin spread with cream cheese and herbs

Shopping List(scroll down to the printable recipe card for exact measurements)

  • boneless pork, (or boneless chicken, boneless steak, or turkey filets can be substituted)
  • butter
  • garlic, minced
  • freshly ground cracked pepper and salt to taste
  • softened cream cheese
  • bacon
  • deli black forest or any kind of ham you prefer
  • granulated garlic powder
  • olive oil
  • applesauce
  • breadcrumbs seasoned
  • assorted herbs
  • white wine or apple juice

this is butter being poured over pork tenderloin

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Fast and Easy Recipe

This recipe is simple to make and elegant to serve, it really is a showstopper for any dinner party or special occasion!

The pork stays nice and juicy wrapped in bacon and cooked with applesauce, the juice it makes is flavored perfectly!

We would love to hear your comments on how you liked our version of this recipe enjoy and happy cooking!

Easy Stuffed Pork Rollups

Easy Stuffed Pork Rollups
Yield: 8
Author: Claudia Lamascolo
Prep time: 20 MinCook time: 35 MinTotal time: 55 Min
These are really easy pork roll-ups stuffed with ham, whipped cream cheese herbs, and cooked in an apple juice bath. Easy to make and elegant to serve.


  • 2-pounds Pork Tenderloin cut into thin strips lengthwise ( around 8 strips cut 1/4 inch thick slices and 6 to 8 inches long or use boneless center-cut thin pork chops pounded 1/4 inch thick 
  • Note: you can also use thin steak, chicken, or venison steaks
  • 1 - 8 -  ounce container whipped cream cheese
  • 8 thin slices of applewood bacon
  • 8 slices of black forest ham or another deli meat 
  • a medley of chopped fresh herbs, parsley, basil around 1/4 cup freshly chopped or use  1  tablespoon Italian seasoning dried
  • granulated garlic to sprinkle over each roll-up
  • olive oil and butter melted together around 1/4 of a cup 
  • Italian flavored breadcrumbs
  • 1 snack cup size 4 ounces of applesauce
  • 1 cup apple juice or white wine
  • salt, pepper to taste
  • butchers thread or use toothpicks to hold them together
  • Pecorino Romano grated cheese


  1. Prepare and oil spray (or line with parchment paper) a 13 x 9 casserole dish then set aside.
  2. Slice the pork tenderloin into long 1/4 inch pieces on a cutting board.
  3. Spread each one with whipped cream cheese.
  4. Sprinkle with granulated garlic powder, salt, and pepper.
  5. Add a few fresh herbs to each piece, then a slice of ham on top.
  6. wrap each roll of pork in bacon.
  7. Roll and fasten with either toothpicks or butcher's thread.
  8. Place into the prepared pan.
  9. Sprinkle with Italian breadcrumbs and cheese.
  10. Drizzle butter and olive oil over the top.
  11. Pour the juice or wine on the bottom with applesauce.
  12. Bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes or until the bacon is crispy.



  1. always use room temperature cream cheese or whipped for easy spreading
  2. season the pork with salt and pepper when it's raw
  3. preheat the oven 
  4. for extra crispier bacon only use thinly sliced
  5. use butchers thread or toothpicks to hold pork shut
  6. always cook rolls seam side down
  7. chicken, turkey, or thin pounded steaks, can be substituted

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  1. So juicy, flavourful and amazingly delicious! I do love black forest ham!

  2. Now this looks super comforting. I might try it for my next roast dinner.

  3. The rollups look delicious! Great combination of flavors.

  4. Oh my goodness! This sounds so delicious and very comforting! Definitely going to make this for our dinner. Everyone is going to absolutely love this pork rollups!

  5. Oh my I cant wait to try this! Looks absolutely delicious!

  6. This looks delicious. Perfect combination of ingredients. I can't wait to try it. YUM!

  7. MOlto appetitosi questi involtini!!!!

  8. This is such a comforting meal packed full of flavour and goes great with such a range of side dishes. Such an easy dinner for busy weeknights.

  9. This was such a great dinner last night and my family just loved it! Absolutely delicious and very tasty. Definitely a recipe I'll make again! Thanks :)
    - Beth

  10. Oh wow, this looks so delicious. My family is going to devour it!

  11. This recipe looks super comforting and satisfying! I bet it would be perfect for the holidays too!

  12. A hearty and flavor packed dinner! The herbs bring a bright and fresh flavor to the dish.

  13. I love pork tenderloin and would never have thought to use it this way, looks delish!

  14. This is so delicious with pork but I've tried it with chicken too. perfect!

  15. Both myself and my husband were super impressed! Highly recommended!

  16. This is a pork lover's dream. What a great idea for Sunday dinner. I know the family is going t love it.

  17. These are really perfect!! My whole family loved it!!

  18. How wide are the rolls? I bought pork scallopini to use for this but didn't think each strip would only be 1/4" wide. A bacon strip is wider than that. The thickness of my pork is about 1/4". Was that what you meant?? I wanted each roll up to be about 4-6" wide when rolled up.

    1. Hello Kathy, I get a pork tenderloin around 3 pounds and slice it lengthwise into strips. It's around 6 to 7 inches long and I also would adjust the bacon to fit you can use what you have they will be smaller. Just cut the bacon to fit with a cooking scissors. Trim it to fit. Hope that helps. That is fine the width also.


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