Stephanie baking Scrolls

This is Stephanie cooking the scrolls from my book, The Real Food for Kids cookbook, we did use the thermomix to  mix the dough but she measured all the ingredients into the bowl.

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This is the ‘warm spot’ steph picked for the dough to rise! she cracks me up!

 

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for soft bread you can leave the dough to rise a few times, knocking back in between rises, and use warm water (not hot it will kill the yeast)

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Stephanie has rolled the dough out into a large square (kind of??!) and spreads butter over 2/3rds

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then vegemite over the same 2/3 rds  (?) and sprinkle with some grated cheese

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Steph loves cutting!

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Yummy lunch of freshly baked scrolls. The rising time takes a while, but if I am home anyway for the day, they really do not take much time to make. Having the scrolls wrapped and frozen to pull out to defrost for a busy morning actually makes packing the lunches in the mornings a lot easier!!

There are heaps of different filling ideas your kids will enjoy creating their own, pizza scrolls are always a hit!

Like this? Find more in my first cookbook The Real Food for Kids Cookbook. When you cook this please let me know how you go with it and share it with your friends!

Lunch box ideas

I have heaps of recipes here on my blog suitable for a packed lunch! with a little planning organising leftovers of chicken drumsticks and meatballs from the family meals can be included and reduce preparation time. Nori rolls and sushi rolls take no longer to make than a sandwich if you have the ingredients pre prepared and pizzas, homemade pasties, quiches, muffins etc can be made frozen and ready to de frost and quickly pack.

Main

Sandwich or wrap with jam,  vegemite, jam and cheese, vegemite and cheese, ham and cheese, salad, pesto chicken, egg, curried egg, tuna and mayo

Nori Rolls with vegies such as carrot, cucmber, capsicum with mayo and chicken, salmon or tuna

Rice paper rolls with shredded veggies; cucmber, carrot capsicum with chicken or tuna

Soup in the thermos(maggies current favourite I have made minestrone for tomorrow)  pumpkin,  tomato or cream of vegetable

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Salads such as  Potato , noodle salad, pasta or rice salads

saladas and corn thin crackers are always in the cupboard at my place for the end of the week!

Scrolls, vegiemite and cheese or pizza herb and cheese

Cold pizzas, homemade pasties and sausage rolls
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cold Quiches, Egg and bacon pies, spinach pies, cold chicken drumsticks, cold meatballs (beef, pork or chicken) Bolied eggs

Snacks and healthier option treats; Boiled egg, vegetable sticks sometimes with dips, hummous parsley, roast pumpkin, fresh fruit, banana cake, carrot cake, muffins cheese and biscuits homemade muesli bars, fruit leathers, savoury muffins, sweet and savoury scones yogurt custartd fruit jelly

https://eloiseemmett.wordpress.com/2014/06/22/muslie-bars/

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https://eloiseemmett.wordpress.com/2015/05/06/savoury-corn-and-bacon-muffins/

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https://eloiseemmett.wordpress.com/2015/02/24/apple-crumble-slice/

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