October 25, 2013
A family favourite! Twice as delicious as the ones you buy in the local bread shop and brimming full of melted cheese. Quick to prepare and fun to make with kids. They taste best eaten straight from the oven but, if any are left over, they are good the next day or even frozen for school lunches. We displayed our cheesy mite scrolls under The Gift Loft's large Glass Bell Dome - a fabulous gift that makes baking, nibbles and cheeses look their best. A lovely addition to your decor or perhaps a Christmas Gift Idea.
3 cups plain flour;
6 tsps baking powder (yes, this is correct, even if it seems like a lot!);
1/4 tsp salt;
75g cold butter;
1 1/2 cups milk;
3/4 cup more or less of grated cheese (we use mostly edam cheese and a little parmesan cheese but you could just use tasty for a stronger cheese taste);
Marmite or Vegemite;
Extra grated cheese (optional).
Something a bit different - instead of cheese and vegemite or marmite, make or buy custard (it does need to be quite thick) and spread over the dough. Roll up and prepare the same way. Sprinkle cinnamon and castor sugar over the sliced scrolls before you put them into the oven to bake. A delicious sweet treat!
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