Before each of my new cookbook launches, I ask the Bexta’s in my Facebook group which recipe they would most like me to share the list of ingredients for, so that they can have everything ready to get cooking when they have my latest book in their hands, well on their screens… The people have spoken and it’s my Thermomix Vegetarian Sausage Rolls that received the most votes for Lunches and Snacks Made Easy.
The ingredients come together like magic to make a super tasty pastry encased morsel. I hope you guys love this great little recipe as much as we do!
Oh and if you haven’t already got some in the fridge, I highly recommend you whip up a batch of Tomato Ketchup in advance too. This sauce was one of the first few recipes I created and published here on the blog and to this day it remains one of the most viewed recipes of the site. Many, many people swear by it.
What We Need to Make these Vegetarian Sausage Rolls in the Thermomix
These are the ingredients you will need (plus you’ll need some basic pantry staples):
4 sheets butter puff pastry (or GF puff pastry, or vegan puff pastry – most
supermarket brands are actually vegan)
Parmesan cheese (or nutritional yeast)
day-old bread (gluten free bread for GF)
eggs (chia eggs for EF)
The full recipe can be found in Lunches and Snacks Made Easy. I CAN’T WAIT to share the whole book with you in less than 48 hours!
Edit, 2 May 2020
Almost two years on, this vegetarian sausage roll recipe is still posted about on a regular basis in the Thermobexta Facebook group. It has proven to be an incredibly popular recipe indeed!
I always have some form of these rolls in my freezer at all times. Whether they’re frozen uncooked ready to bake, or they’re all cooked and ready for lunch boxes. My kids love them cold as much as they do hot!
Thermomix Vegetarian Sausage Rolls
- 4 sheets butter puff pastry variation for dairy free / vegan
- Parmesan cheese variation for dairy free / vegan
- day-old bread variation for gluten free
- sweet potato
- fresh parsley
- 1 x 400g tin lentils
- eggs variation for egg free
- sesame seeds for topping (optional)
- Full recipe can be found in Lunches and Snacks Made Easy
Please note, nutrition information is calculated via an online recipe nutrition calculator and is a guide only. It is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed 100% accurate. I am not a nutritionist or trained health professional.