Sausage Rolls for Kids

Nuvita Biscuits


  • 6 pre-rolled puff pastry sheets, halved
  • 1 kg ground sausage
  • 1 cup fresh breadcrumbs or 1 cup dried breadcrumbs
  • 1 medium onion, finely chopped
  • 2 tablespoons chopped parsley
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons milk


  1. Pre-heat your oven to 220c.
  2. Lay all the sheets of pastry out on your counter top.
  3. Mix together the meat, breadcrumbs, onion, parsley, milk and salt and pepper.
  4. The mixture will be quite sloppy-this keeps the sausage rolls moist.
  5. Whisk the egg and 2 tablespoons of milk together in a small bowl.
  6. Fill a large piping bag (no nozzle) with the mix and squeeze out a long line of mix down the long edge of the pastry-about 1/2 an inch in from that edge.
  7. Roll up, peeling the plastic away as you roll.
  8. Seal the inner edge with a little of the egg mix.
  9. Cut each of these rolls in half.
  10. We like to make an indent with a sharp knife in the middle of each of these smaller rolls to make them easier to eat.
  11. Prick each roll a couple of times with a fork.
  12. Repeat this until all the pastry and mix is used.
  13. Brush the tops of the rolls with the egg mix.
  14. Place in the oven and cook for 5 minutes.
  15. Reduce the heat to 200c and cook for a further 20 minutes.
  16. Remove to a tray to cool a little before serving them with ketchup or (my favourite) BBQ sauce.


Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Seth on Feb 12, 2013

    Im being quite creative now the cupboard is bare but wondered if any of you have any ideas on how to create a filling meal.
    So far I have created curries,stews,bologneises and sausage casseroles with barely nothing!
    Chris D,appreciate the recipe but my budget doesnt extend to chicken breasts at the moment…had to make do with diced turkey this week as it was on offer.Really need some cheap ideas with cheap ingredients until I get out of this spot.

  2. posted by balinderk2000 on Mar 18, 2013

    Need some new ideas. Actually have some time this weekend to cook some decent meals. Wouldnt mind freezing some too, like lasanga. And anything where the kids can help out is a plus. They especially like to sprinkle on cheese. (and we all eat the same thing, this isnt a special meal for just the toddlers)

  3. posted by ScRSC on Mar 18, 2013

    I am having my daughters 1st Birthday party on Nov. 5th and I can’t decide what food to serve.

    This is what I had in mind, but this is so typical:
    Fried Chicken
    Tossed Salad
    Some kind of vegetable

    Also a veggie tray, chips and a few different dips

    This party is going to have about 12 kids ages 1-12 and about 50 adults

  4. posted by Mackenzie P on Mar 23, 2013

    My son just recently turned one year old and I am having a hard time feeding him. He only takes one bite from “baby foood” and then slaps the spoon out of my hand if I try to give him more. It seems he is more willing to be fed by his grandmother or father. He bites the spoon making it hard to even get food in his mouth. He seems to like vienna sausage and chicken nuggets and while I am thankful when he eats at all, I know that a diet based solely on sausage and fried nuggets is not a healthy way to go. I had tried spinach, macaroni and cheese and other food items that he will only eat once. If anyone can offer some techniques, advice or informative sources I will be extremely grateful.

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