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Cheese & Mite Scrolls - Simple Snack Ideas

Quick & Easy Cheese & Mite Scrolls Simple Recipes - this mum at home meal planning #lpastry #mealplanning #mealprep #pizza #recipe #food #cheeseymite

Who likes cheese and who likes Vegemite? Me me me me !!!!! These are a tasty treat we like to purchase, but when I’m feeling like getting my ‘bake on’ I can make my own. They are simple and something you can batch cook and freeze if you wish.



Ingredients: Makes 6 

  • 7g x Dry Yeast (I use 7g pre portioned dry yeast packets)
  • 1 x Teaspoon Of Sugar
  • 1 x Cup Of Warm Water
  • 2 1/2 x Cups Of Bread Flour
  • 1/2 x Teaspoons Of Table Salt
  • 1 x Tablespoon Of Olive Oil
  • 1- 2 x Cups Of Shredded Cheese
  • Vegemite
  • Butter or margarine to melt.




Pre heat oven 220c.

  1. Make Your Dough - This simple recipe is made using the ‘Cafe Perfection Pizza Dough’ found here. Prepare this and then move to step 2. 
  1. Roll out your dough onto a floured bench to approximately 30 cm wide and then as long as you can get it to approximately 40 cm long.         
  1. Mix 3 tablespoons of vegemite to 1 tablespoon of water, this will make it easier to spread. You can make more if you feel like you need once you get started.
  1. Gently so you do not rip the dough, Spread veggie might over the entire surface as you would on any sandwich . Lightly sprinkle some grated cheese over the Vegemite.
  1. Starting from the top end, roll towards yourself until it becomes one large log. You want to get as many scrolls as possible inside so roll firmly.             
  1. Once you have your log, gently pushing the ends to flatten. Cut the log in half and then each half into thirds.
  1. Place each individual scroll onto a lined or greased baking tray. Melt some butter and brush each top and side. Top H with some shredded cheese. Place in the oven and cook for around 15 to 20 minutes until though has risen, cheese melted and is a golden brown .