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    @misskittyfantastico, your scrolls put mine to shame!
    I couldn't sleep this morning so made some scrolls with spinach, cheese and ham. Either kids will have it for breakfast or take to school.
    Think I didn't put enough baking powder or too much yogurt, the bread texture is too doughy.
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    how do you make scrolls? they look like the ultimate comfort food and I want some!! great job ladies!!

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    I will just pretend for a second that you are asking how I make my scrolls lol - they look pretty awful haha
    Anyway I am lazy so dont measure but i use approx:
    1 cup plain flour plus 2 tsp baking powder (or self raising flour)
    1cup plain greek yogurt
    Mix to a dough and roll out on a floured surface
    Then add baby spinach leaves, shredded cheese and ham/salami
    Roll it up tightly to a log
    Cut it up and place in preheated oven at around 180 degrees C

    I use different toppings. A popular one with my kids is grated apple, sultanas, cinnamon and tiny bit of sugar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    I will just pretend for a second that you are asking how I make my scrolls lol - they look pretty awful haha
    Anyway I am lazy so dont measure but i use approx:
    1 cup plain flour plus 2 tsp baking powder (or self raising flour)
    1cup plain greek yogurt
    Mix to a dough and roll out on a floured surface
    Then add baby spinach leaves, shredded cheese and ham/salami
    Roll it up tightly to a log
    Cut it up and place in preheated oven at around 180 degrees C

    I use different toppings. A popular one with my kids is grated apple, sultanas, cinnamon and tiny bit of sugar.
    I am asking you how you make your scrolls!! and they look great!!! they're pizza scrolls, nobody is looking for precision!! lol

    gosh that sounds good, I'll be giving these a shot for sure. thanks for posting your recipe!!

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    First go making vegemite scrolls and I burnt my thumb and think I over cooked them a bit 😣

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
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    First go making vegemite scrolls and I burnt my thumb and think I over cooked them a bit 😣
    That look amazing! Looks like the perfect ratio of vegemite & cheese! Yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsLadyBugg View Post
    That look amazing! Looks like the perfect ratio of vegemite & cheese! Yummy
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    Breakfast. Scrolls with bacon, baby spinach, cheese.
    And banana raspberry bread.
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    Wish I could eat all this yummy stuff off the screen!

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