Sourdough Apple Rolls

“Mama my taste buds can’t believe how good this is, they just want to keep eating and eating this” Monkey Boy

Right. Mental note to self, must make these again. And I did, then I did again.

Sourdough Apple Rolls

sourdough, into round parts- flatten a little

add some sliced cooked apple

a sprinkle of sugar

a sprinkle of cinnamon

some sultanas

Then pull the edges into the middle and slightly twist to make sure it binds.

Now turn it upside down so the smooth side is up, and let it rise for awhile. Cook as you would normal bread.

This picture was of a sultana free one, and the first batch that I did. Perfect for a breakfast on the run, snack, lunch etc. Easy to freeze, and delicious eaten slightly warm. Monkey Boy loves them in his pre-school lunch box. I love them as an instant breakfast, then I can keep doing other things.

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18 thoughts on “Sourdough Apple Rolls

    • Its funny Celia, I made two batches of bread today one a sourdough with raisins and cinnamon, the other a yeasted one. I feel more comfortable with the sourdough now- I feel I know what to expect more!
      Suzie (starter) still going strong 🙂

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  1. Lucky boys! Gorgeous photos, sounds like you’ve found a winner here. You should post them on Dan Lepard’s site and show them off to everyone! x

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  2. Oh clever you, such a great idea – healthy and delicious. It’s so good you have your boys eating and enjoying sourdough. Thinking, maybe a bit of cheese in there too for an easy lunch box for me at work – mmmmm.

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