When it comes to holiday time, particularly when you are camping, you start to rely on convenience food. Would you believe that the campground we stay in…the baker does daily run through? Anyway, when it came to quick breakfasts, we got a few cheese and bacon rolls for on the go. Yep I just admitted it. We bought cheese and bacon rolls.
When we got home, I decided I wanted to try making them myself. And what better way to make them, than with a conventional and a Magimix Cook Expert method?
These are super easy to make, and this recipe makes 12!! They freeze and defrost well and they are just the right size for the lunchbox. Not only that, but you know when you make them yourselves they contain no nasties.
Oh, and there is the satisfaction of saying: “I made them myself”! These are also great for getting the kids involved, super simple and easy to do. Being able to say they made them themselves is such a cool thing for kids.
I really enjoy bread rising and the best time of year for it is in summer. But if it’s winter and you want to make these, I recommend placing the dough in a bowl, then place a larger bowl around the outside and fill with 30-degree (celsius) water and cover with a towel. It really helps with the rising process.
There is no need to cook the bacon for on top, it gets cooked in the process. You chop it small enough that it gets cooked through!
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