|COOK|snack wraps | LarabeeUK

|COOK|snack wraps



Oh...my...gosh... I love nothing more than a recipe which is super easy, super cheap and can be bunged in the freezer and pulled out to feed my family quickly, especially for my 2 1/2 year old who's patience when hungry is limited to say the least!

I saw the bacon ones on Facebook, it didn't mention freezing, but as soon as I made them I knew they'd be great to pop in the freezer for a quick snack or breakfast, they'd even make a nice lunch if accompanied with soup.

And... T loved them!  Although in think I'll make some a little smaller for him next time - maybe 12 squares instead of 8.

My mind is now racing with other varieties to try, both sweet and savoury! I'll be back soon with some other varieties, T wants to try sausage and banana & chocolate butter (Nutella), The Hubs wants to try bacon, beans & cheddar and I want to try tomatoes, mozzarella & pesto and I've not even spoken to The Teens about what they would like yet!!

So on to the super easy recipe then.

Ingredients
1 pack ready rolled puff pastry
Cooked bacon rashers and or mushrooms
1 ball mozzarella, cut into about 32 pieces





Method
Cut the pastry into 8 rectangles, place a rasher of bacon or mushrooms on each rectangle, top with 4 pieces of cheese each. 



Fold opposite corners to the centre and make sure secure.

Cook at 160oC for 15 minutes.

To freeze, place on a tray and open freeze for 4 hours.


Once frozen, place in individual bags and pop back into the freezer.


When ready to eat, cook from frozen for 25 - 30 minutes, they taste exactly the same from frozen as they do fresh.

This is my first post for #toddlerapprovedtuesday join in with your toddler snacks, meals, activities, games, crafts, anything 'approved' by your toddler can be linked.

Becky over at http://3princessesand1dude.blogspot.co.uk is hosting this week.

LarabeeUK

13 comments :

  1. Wow! I am not a great cook but I think even I could do these x

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    1. And they taste delicious - double thumbs up! I might even let T help me next time.

      Thanks for stopping by x

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  2. Oh fab idea! My hub would ruddy love these let alone toddlers! x

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    1. Mine did, so much so he asked me to make a load more for the freezer - going to show him how to do them instead ;o)

      Thanks for commenting x

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  3. These look delicious and nice and quick and easy to make too!

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    1. They sure are! Super simple and very yummy :)

      Appreciate you taking the time to comment x

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  4. Ooh, I want to make these. My family would love some bacon ones for breakfast at the weekend. I'm not a skilled cook but think I could manage. :)

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    1. Hope you enjoy them if you do make them, they are really good!

      Thanks for your comment x

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  5. YUUUMMMMYYY!!! Chocolate ones? Mind Blown! X #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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    1. ha ha ha I wondered if you'd seen that! x

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  6. Oh wow, so simple and so enjoyable for kids! I certainly shall be trying that, my son will love them! Thank you #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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    1. Hi Rebecca, Nile your family love them as much as ours do! X

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  7. They look delicious! #ToddlerApprovedTuesday

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