Add baby spinach, 2-4 eggs whites, and 2 Tbsps water (if your blender need) into the blender.
Blend them good before adding back to the mixing bowl.
Whisk together the green mixture with remaining eggs/yolks and a little bit of salt/pepper(to taste).
Heat skillet (~ 8 inches) over medium/low, when hot enough, add 1 Tbsp oil just enough to coat the surface, stir, whirl, and tilt the skillet to coat it.
(Optional) Pour some hot oil back out after coating if excess.
Pour ⅛ of the green eggs mixture (~¼ cup) and tilt the skillet so the liquid can spread out evenly.
Use a spatula to lightly lift around the perimeter.
Lay 2 slices of cheese and ham on top of the eggs.
Carefully lift egg from one end and fold over about an inch.
Continue repeating lift+fold the egg until finish rolling. Use chopstick/spatula/tong to keep it rolled.
When reaching the end, gently push the roll to the nearer side of the skillet, then pour in another ¼ cup of green eggs.
When this new egg mixture sets, add turkey breast, then repeat the lift and fold, starting from your previously roll-up.
Transfer out to the serving plate.
Repeat for other rolls of green omelets.
To cut into a pinwheel, make sure they are cool down first, it's even easier to slice if they're chilled 10-20 minutes in the fridge.
Pin and Slice like you would on Italian Pinwheel, serve as is or with your favorite choice of sauce, ketchup maybe?