These Thermomix Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls are delicious, filling and perfect for school lunches. For non Vegemite lovers and UK readers, Marmite works equally well!
These might not look as symmetrical as the ones in Bakers Delight, but they taste amazing and are far cheaper. My husband and teenage daughters tested them out as I'm not too fond of Vegemite, and they all agreed they were excellent.
For UK readers, Marmite works just as well! In Australia, the Marmite we know and love is called Our Mate, and you can find it in the British section of Coles or Woolies in amongst the PG Tips and Bisto Gravy etc.
Step by Step Instructions
- Firstly make the dough in the Thermomix and let it rise. Once the dough has risen, knockback and roll into a rectangle shape. (It doesn't have to be perfect as you can see from the photo!).
- Spread over a generous amount of Vegemite then scatter with cheese.
- Roll it up like a sausage and cut into eight equal portions.
- Place the cut side up onto a baking tray and bake in the oven for 20 minutes until nice and golden and hollow when tapped.
If I had the time, I could probably have made these look a bit neater, but they still tasted good!
To Make Ahead and Freeze
These Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls can be frozen after baking and will keep for up to two months in the freezer. Store in an airtight container or ziplock back and don't forget to write the date on it.