These Party Sausage Rolls are quick and easy and are sure to please at any party or get together.

Make them finger food size and they’ll work for everyone from toddlers to the grandparents! Or if you’re wanting a super easy dinner, make them larger (and sneak in a few more vegies when you make the meat mix).

Party sausage rolls don’t need to be unhealthy – serve them up to the kids with a homemade tomato sauce and serve loads of vege sticks alongside to add a little crunch and a whole lot of goodness.

You could also look for the Light version of puff pastry if you’re buying your pastry.

Thanks so much for sharing your Party Sausage Rolls Recipe Mrs A! x


Ingredients (makes 40 Portions)

  • 1kg Sausage mince
  • 1 Cup Breadcrumbs
  • 1/2 Onion, diced
  • 1 Carrot, grated
  • 1 Zucchini, grated
  • 2 Tbsp Tomato sauce
  • 4 Sheets Puff pastry
  • 1 Egg, beaten

Method

  1. Mix sausage mince with the crumbs, onion, vegetables, and sauce until combined.
  2. Cut each pastry sheet in half. Place a roll of sausage mince along a long edge of one strip, moistening the opposite edge with water. Roll the pastry over the filling and tuck the moistened edge underneath, pressing lightly to seal the join.
  3. Cut the roll into 5 portions and place on a tray lined with baking paper. Shape the remaining rolls.
  4. Glaze the tops with beaten egg and prick the top of each portion with a fork.
  5. Bake in a preheated 230•C oven for 15 minutes then reduce the heat to 180•C and cook for a further 10-15 minutes.

Notes... *I don’t like to buy store bought sausage rolls so this is what I serve at parties. They aren’t healthy but they are delicious.

  • I lost a lot of my recipes when we renovated our house. I love this one for sausage rolls so my son can start making them soon

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  • I make a very similar recipe, cheers.

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  • My kids will love this.Great for dinner as well.

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  • Easy to make vegetarian as well

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  • I love these little cuties but I wouldn’t personally use sausage mince. I’d just use “normal” mince, it’s a lot healthier and tastier in my books.

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  • What’s sausage mince? Can I just use mince?

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  • Absolutely love these. This is pretty much my recipe, except the breadcrumbs. Will add these in future. I can see how they will help.

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  • Definitely going to give these a try. I’m sure they’ll be way better than the frozen cardboard crap available at the supermarket.

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  • Home made are always the best as they are fresh and delicious, plus you know exactly the ingredients that went into making them

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  • Our local Bakery makes party size sausage rolls that melt in your mouth. I have never been a sausage roll lover but they were delicious. I went back to the table and got more before they disappeared. They definitely had grated carrot in them. One of the ladies there is a retired professional cook who also taught cooking at TAFE catering school and naturally is very fussy. She even commented how tasty and well cooked they were.

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  • Thanks for sharing, might give these a try for the kids

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  • thanks for sharing this recipe. I’m going to give it a go and hopefully my son will try them and like them, he’s quite fussy and doesn’t like trying new things.

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  • I make the sausage rolls to size depending on what they’re for. Party food is smaller then the ones I cook for a family meal.

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  • Quick, easy and delicious, thanks.

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  • I love a good party sausage roll, better than store made!

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