These bite-size vegemite and cheese scrolls will have you making a baking them with your children time and time again. They are quick to make and are a great addition to any school lunch box. Perfect for any Australia Day gathering too!
I wouldn’t dare tell you how many of these delicious Vegemite and cheese scrolls I ate once they were removed from the oven. I may or may not have burnt my tongue trying to eat one before it had cooled. Fact is, they are seriously so delicious and I was inspired to make them with Australia Day only being just around the corner.
Have you ever tried Vegemite?
It is a taste that Australian’s grow up with and is a spread that could be considered as common as strawberry jam (jelly) or peanut butter. It’s difficult to describe how it tastes except to say that it is very salty. If you ever get the opportunity to try it then I encourage you to give it a go and see what you think. You might be just like many other Australians and love the taste, especially if it’s used in these Vegemite and cheese scrolls.
- 1 tbsp Vegemite
- 2 sheets of Puff Pastry
- 2 cups of grated tasty cheese
- Spread Vegemite over a sheet of puff pastry
- Sprinkle over cheese
- Carefully roll the Puff Pastry into a sausage and cut into discs
- Place the discs (cut side up) on a tray with baking paper
- Cook at 180c for 20 minutes or until golden brown
- Best served warm.
I know, it seems incredible that they are so easy to make and such an ideal cooking activity to do with children. We will no doubt enjoy making this recipe again and serving them to friends and family this coming Australia Day.