Ingredients (serves 6 | makes 24 mini rolls )

  • 500g Sausage mince
  • 200-400g Crushed pineapple
  • 2 Green apples
  • 2 Egg
  • 4-6 sheets Puff pastry
  • 1 cup Bread crumbs

Method

  1. Peel and grate apples.
  2. Combined grated apple, crushed pineapple, 1 egg and sausage mince into a large bowl and mix. (Clean Hands work best)
  3. As needed add small amounts of bread crumbs. This is to make the mince not too soggy. Place in fridge for 20 minutes.
  4. Cut pastry in half, place sausage mince along the long side not to thick. You should be able to roll completely so the pastry overlaps.
  5. Whisk 1 egg, using a brush lightly coat the top of the roll. Cut into desired sizes and place evenly spaced on to a tray lined with baking paper.
  6. Place in to oven on 180°, cooking time will depend on oven but 20-25 minutes is standard, checking twice and turn if needed to avoid the tops buring.
  7. Allow to cook and serve. These can also be frozen before cooked.

Notes... These are great for snacks or anytime, kids will love the fruity twist.

  • Such a brilliant idea! I never thought of putting fruit in sausage rolls and with a bbq dinner this long weekend, it would make the perfect appetiser. Thanks!

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  • What a lovely recipe – I would never have thought to use fruit in sausage rolls. Can’t wait to see what they taste like!

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  • A lovely, creative recipe idea; I will enjoy making these.

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  • Savoury and sweet can go well together !

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  • These sound really interesting but I’m sure my kids wouldn’t like them. I would though.

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  • That’s different but interesting

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  • This is an interesting spin on the classic sausage roll. Sounds nice.

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  • Ooh, what a new and interesting take on the traditional or vegie sausage rolls. I’ve never considered or tried fruity ones before.

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  • Thanks for sharing

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  • Thanks for the recipe. Different. Must try it.

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  • Yum! These sound great thanks !

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  • Interesting idea. I’ll see if my kds will eat it.

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  • What a wonderful twist on a classic! I can’t wait to try these! Thank you

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  • These would be very moist with crushed pineapple in them. I’ve never thought of adding that. They are yummy with finely grated carrot in them.


    • They would be moist, and quite tasty I imagine! Can’t wait to try these !

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  • A fruity twist indeed !

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