*** Dairy free, soya free, egg free ***
Gluten free if made using gluten free ingredients.
Made using puff Pastry.
Most shop bought puff pastry is dairy free, soya free and egg free but always read ingredients.
** Pizza Pinwheels **
Dairy free cheese
Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
Spread the tomato puree, sprinkle with mixed herbs on the pastry, sprinkled with chopped ham and grated cheese.
Roll tightly, cut into slices. Spread on baking tray and bake for 12/15 minutes.
** Pesto Pinwheels **
Dairy free/soya free pesto
Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius
Spread the pesto on the pastry, sprinkled with chopped ham and grated cheese.
Roll tightly, cut into slices. Spread on baking tray and bake for 12/15 minutes
**** Pinwheel fillings ****
Hidden veg sauce and violife mozzarella (pizza pinwheels)
Pesto with chopped up chicken
Tomato passatta with mixed herbs and a little garlic
Tomato passatta with chopped up chicken
Broccoli and violife creamy
Spinach, sun-dried tomato and violife mozzarella
Bolognese (just puree standard homemade bolognese)
Chicken and violife creme fraiche with red pesto and cherry tomatoes
Mashed beans and sausage
Tuna, red onion and violife creamy
Peanut butter and banana
Peanut with grated apple
Sweet freedom choc shot (offered with a little bit of custard made with oatly or almond milk)
Strawberry fruit puree and choc shot
Apple fruit mash or grated with cinnamon
Most purees will work
Once you use gluten free pastry and gluten from ingredients then the pinwheels will be gluten free. One example of gluten free pasty is Jus Rol Puff Pastry.
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What brand is the store bought gluten free puff pastry? Thanks
I use Jus-rol gluten free puff pastry.
GF PUFF PASTRY. Darn. I cannot find the equivalent here in Australia, it has egg in it.