• Serves 6
  • 40 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

Pie Maker Cheese and Bacon Scroll anyone? If Pie Maker Recipes are top of your list right now, you are definitely going to want to check this one out.

This Pie Maker Cheese and Bacon Scroll Recipe is super easy to put together (we think even easier than a standard pie). With flaky, buttery, pastry and the cheesy bacon filling between every layer, it’s just so good you’ll be wanting a second one before you finish the first!

You could use shortcrust pastry for this recipe however you won’t get the same flaky texture.  And any ham and cheese will do – if you’re making this Pie Maker Cheese and Bacon Scroll for the kids, you might like to go mild with the ham and cheese flavours.  If you’re making it for yourself, you might like to use a heavily smoked bacon, go for a nice strong and bitey cheese and even add a little chilli.  If you’re also a fan of onion, you might like to finely slice an onion and include this too.

Our favourite cheese for our Cheese and Bacon Pie Maker Scroll is Australian Tasty Shredded Cheese from Woolies – melts beautifully but also has a little bit of bite in the flavour.  You could also add a little parmesan if you’re after a more adult flavour. Team your cheese up with a nice smoky bacon for a Pie Maker Recipe you’ll no doubt be making again and again!

Oh and if you don’t have any bacon in the fridge, feel free to switch out for ham.  Or you might just like to load up on the cheese and enjoy a cheesy, cheesy scroll!

What’s your favourite savoury snack to whip up in your pie maker?  Beside a good old pie of course!



Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 2 sheets Frozen Puff Pastry
  • 8 strips Streaky Bacon
  • 1/2 cup Grated Tasty Cheese
  • 1 tsp Butter


  1. Remove pastry sheets and set on the bench to thaw slightly. Preheat your Family Pie Maker.
  2. Slice the strips of bacon in half so that you have 16 long very thin strips.
  3. Gently spread 1/2 tsp of butter over each sheet of puff pastry with a sharp fine tipped knife.
  4. Slice each sheet of pastry into 8 slices (they should be approximately 3 cm thick but may differ depending on the brand of puff pastry you use).
  5. Lay a strip of bacon onto each slice of pastry and then place a few strands of grated cheese on top.
  6. Sprinkle a tiny amount of plain flour onto your benchtop to make working a little easier.
  7. Take one strip and gently roll into a spiral. Then place this spiral onto the next sheet of pastry and continue rolling. Don't roll too tightly otherwise it will be hard for the heat to penetrate through.
  8. Continue on until all 16 slices are formed into the spiral. You may find that you'll need to turn the scroll on its side towards the end rather than rolling it like a wheel.
  9. Using a plastic spatula so you don't scratch the pie maker surface, drop the scroll into the pie maker, seal and cook for 25 - 30 minutes (time will depend on how pie maker and also how tightly you have rolled the pastry and how much filling you have used.

Notes... This Pie Maker Scroll with Cheese and Bacon is amazing on its own or delicious served with a bowl of soup instead of bread. Have some fun with your fillings - switch out the bacon for another type of cheese or some herbs and/or garlic. Add a little tomato paste and a sprinkle of oregano and you get a pizza scroll. Or go completely Aussie and make a Cheese and Vegemite scroll! Whatever way, it's crunchy, buttery, puff pastry scroll love!
We thought you'd like to see how perfectly the Pie Maker Scroll with Cheese and Bacon fitted into our Family Pie Maker ... and how deliciously it turned out! Don't forget you could easily make mini versions of these Pie Maker Scrolls if you have the 4 pie Pie Maker.  Just use less of everything and remember to leave a little space at the edges so the pastry can puff. Image of uncooked pie maker recipes cheese and bacon scroll on the left and cooked pie maker cheese and bacon scroll on the right Do you have a pie maker? Do you use it often? What's your family's favourite Pie Maker Pie?
  • It looks so neat! I don’t know if I’ll be able to get them to look the same without it falling apart.


  • Clever idea for making scrolls!! Could d ok so many flavours even desserts! Oh the ideas are endless!


  • This I have to try. Thanks


  • My pie maker is for four small pies. Perhaps I could use smaller versions. Worth a try. Thanks


  • Oh gosh my waistline but wowsers this looks delicious


  • Can’t wait to try this! I do the cheese and vegemite scrolls In the oven., will definitely be using the pie maker next time!


  • Looks amazing thanks for sharing your recipe


  • This recipe is a good reason to get a pie aker!


  • I don’t have a pie maker but I might try this in the oven in a pie dish. Thanks for sharing


  • Only just got a pie maker and have only made traditional pies. I have been too nervous to make anything else…but this looks fairly easy and the result looks great. Will give it a go.


  • Omg.that looks amazing. Thank you for sharing


  • We used ham with great success and two thumbs up


  • These are super impressive, they look difficult to make but the recipe sounds simple enough. Thanks for sharing.


  • Mm! Family favourite baked different! Such a fab idea


  • Wow looks very fancy and great way to get kids to eat


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