RECIPE Sensational Savoury Scrolls

I don't know about you but I love a scroll! These are easy to make and deliciously healthy! I have used Maleny Avocado oil in the pastry of these which gives it a really nutty smooth flavour.
This avocado oil is processed in a special way enabling it to have an extremely high sm oking point in cooking and gives it many uses, plus it is gorgeous!
These scrolls are light and yet full of flavour and very satisfying.
At the taste testing event where I had these for the public to try at the Maleny Supa IGA they dissapeared in seconds they were so enjoyed!
These will be a great dish for any occasion, they great adult flavour and yet are really popular with kids so are liked by everybody.

Sensational Savoury Scrolls

Tasty, healthy homemade goodness; perfect for lunchboxes.
With Quinoa, fresh spinach, local Cheeses, beautiful local Giancarlo’s Pesto and Maleny Avocado Oil these are a hit with all ages.

·         1 cup Quinoa Flour
·         2 cups wholemeal spelt flour
·         2 tsp baking powder
·         ½ cup Maleny avocado oil
·         ½ cup pesto
·         ½ cup soy, almond or Maleny dairies milk
·         ½ cup feta
·         ¾ cup cheddar cheese, grated
·         1/2 packet baby Spinach leaves
·         Baking paper
·         Extra flour for bench.
·         Pre heat oven to approximately 180c.
·         Line baking trays with baking paper.
·         Sift Quinoa flour, baking powder and spelt flour together into a large bowl.
·         Pour in the avocado oil, combine.
·         Add in the milk a little at a time until it is a smooth dough.
·         Gently knead into a ball and place on a well floured bench.
·         Roll out reasonably thin using a floured rolling pin to form a rectangle.
·         Cut off edges to make a smooth rectangle shape.
·         Spread evenly with the pesto.
·         Roughly tear and layer with the baby spinach leaves.
·         Crumble feta evenly over.
·         Top with a layer of the cheddar cheese.
·         Carefully, starting at one end roll it onto itself until it is rolled up into a large roll shape.
·         Cut into slices and arrange on the baking sheets.
·         Bake for approximately 20 minutes or until nice and golden and the pastry is cooked. 
·         These are perfect for school lunches and have the goodness of spinach and quinoa.
·         Kid approved – my two love them! Even fussy eaters will enjoy these, and they will be eating spinach!
·         Keeps 2-3 days in an air tight container.
·         Freezable.
·         Make a cheesy vegemite version by swapping the pesto layer with vegemite, omitting the feta and spinach leaves and topping with the cheddar cheese.
      You can use a different oil if Maleny avocado oil is not available.

Toddler Tips
·         Make theirs in two batches using a smaller rectangle to make much smaller, toddler sized scrolls.

This was part of a commercial project I did for innovative supermarket, Maleny IGA, I created 52 recipes and recipe styled photographs for their collectable Local Product Local Recipe - recipe card range.



  1. What a tasty sounding recipe. I am sure my kids would love to find a scroll in their lunch boxes!

    1. Thanks Donovan!
      I know my school aged one sure does X

  2. Wow - visually appealing, and good for you. I can't wait to try these out :)

  3. Oh look at all your gorgeous local produce! Will definitely be trying this recipe :)

    1. Hi Lisa! I LOVE local produce! Love to know how you go XX

  4. Hey Bec,
    LOVE your very healthy recipes... Wishing you every success with new ventures ... Karen :)

    1. Hi Karen! Thank you so very much, I am just loving your inspiration and following your career! XX

  5. Every time I look at this site, I want to pack up and move to Maleny! Oh well, for now, I'll keep on enjoying the wholesome ingredients, ideas and inspiration.

    Thank you
    Dawn Alice

    1. That would be great Dawn!! Love to have you up here, such a gorgeous spot in the world XX

  6. Wow - those look SO good! Some of my favorite ingredients too! Thank you for the recipe!

  7. These look fantatsic! Hmm making me crave fetta cheese now. Thanks for linking up with Eat. Pray. Love :)

  8. I just found this recipe and love the idea of using quinoa flour to up the protein! I live in the USA and have not seen Avocado Oil. Is there an oil I can substitute like coconut oil for the avocado? Thank you


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