I have been wanting to try these delicious 2 Ingredient Lunch Box Scrolls for a while, these are so easy to make, speedy and freeze beautifully, a magic dough for many uses!
I love quick simple lunch box fillers and my kids like anything that is not boring soggy sandwiches so this recipe is a win win. I have spent a day testing various recipes and think I have found the perfect one! Simply a recipe of self-raising flour and Greek Yoghurt and whatever toppings you have on hand that the kids will eat!
Today I have made a Cheeseymite and Hawaiian version, both were considered a hit by the small critics! The topping ideas are endless, from savoury options that you know your kids will enjoy, to more adult creations, and you could easily create sweet ones with grated apple, cinnamon and brown sugar or sweet spreads. They are quick and easy to make and I am sure will be a base recipe you will go to again and again.
You can also easily make an adult version with any toppings you like! Think chutneys, cheeses, meats etc. What would you choose? You can also check out another great scroll recipe I have for Chicken, Camembert & Plum Sauce
Making these is so simple. Combine the two ingredients, and roll them out, add your toppings then gently tightly roll them back up. You can do as I have done and split the dough in half to get a variety of flavours within one batch.
Now, onto the recipe, I have tweaked it a little from the original version I was given as I found it too sticky, and I hope that you enjoy it as much as we have!
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Margaret Gilbee says
What is the cheese puffs recipe please?
Shanti Venkataraman says
Any options for Greek yogurt.
Any greek yoghurt will do.
This recipe is amazing. We made hawaiian scrolls a few weeks ago and it was a hit. Tonight we used this recipe for pizza base and it turned out perfect. Thank you ❤️
Hey Anna, I already left a comment to say I LOVE this recipe. I make my own yoghurt so I had it sitting in a cheese cloth over night to drain some liquid and get a more Greek yoghurt like texture, that worked fine as well.
Also, the cheesy toppings work best because of the oil in it, for apple brown sugar and cinnamon I recommend a little bit of butter or margarine on top of the scrolls before they go in the oven, otherwise they’re a bit dry.
Big fan of your recipes in general btw! 🙂
Not sure how I came across your page but I’ve been following you for a while. Oh and have tried a few of your recipes! I just tried this one today and I love it!
Puaolele Elisala Manatu says
If you don’t have Greek yogurt can you use plain milk
No, it needs yoghurt or similar to have the right consistency and flavours.
Jana Hart says
Anna – this recipe is amazing! Made cheese and marmite ones with our soup tonight! It was beyond delish!! Now I want to try different combinations……
Emma Thomas says
Anything sweet- slice or cake for my boys, so am looking forward to giving these a try to add some variety to their lunch boxes!
Rasberry white choc muffins our fav at mo
Emily Taylor says
I like making sausage rolls with lots of hidden veges
Definitely the scrolls so popular in our house a batch never lasts more than a few days
This sounds perfect! And so easy! Will definitely be trying it out!
Lately mini bacon and egg savouries have been our go to ?
Currently loving courgette slice with having soooo many coming out of our garden, super easy to make and put slices up “lunch ready” into the freezer.
Banana bread with a small amount of low GI sugar. Yum.
I like Banana and choc chip muffins. I have a great recipe I always use that makes a big batch and freezes well!
These look great! Can’t wait to try them out. Also, Glad bags in 3 sizes are a must for every kitchen!! My family actually joke about my obsession with them..
My go to recipe is quesadillas with ham, cheese and sweet chilli sauce in them. So quick and easy! Also 4 minute microwave brownies!
Jay ford says
My easy go to lunchbox recipe is your cheese puffs, oh so easy and delicious. Will be giving these a try tho!
Im going to try this! Sounds delish.
My children are loving home made dips with vege sticks or grilled pitas triangles. Also quesedelas with a bit of cheese and baby spinach and pizza tomatoe pasta.
Tracy Farrow says
Wow thank you what a fabulous idea these scrolls are, thinking the cinnamon ones and the Hawaiian ones will go down a treat, I constantly struggle to find things for my boys lunchbox. Can see these will be a new favourite! Currently any home baking eg. Muffins or cakes are ticking box as the favourite.
Pita pocket pizzas are a staple around here. Am definitely going to try those scrolls though
I’m going to try the Hawaiian scrolls for my daughters lunch ???
This! This is my new fave school lunch recipe…totes making a bunch tomorrow ?
Banana and choc muffins! Mini size, just right for little hands… ( nearly 3yr old twin boys!)
Hine Robb says
Just added greek yoghurt to the shopping list!
Crustless mini quiches are delicious! Will have to try these scrolls
Annie Anderson says
Our favourite lunch box ideas are pizza scrolls – using the greek yoghurt scroll recipe – and mini pikelets!
Jo Barr says
One of our fav lunchbox recipes is sausage rolls. Super easy. Mix 1 packet of sausage meat with a diced onion and a good couple of squirts of tomsto sauce. Pipe into rolled out puff pastry, roll (sticking inside pastry with egg wash), egg wash the rolled pastry, slice & bake in a hot oven.
If you have left over pastry, egg wash it & add grated cheese & anything you have on hand. Slice & bake.
Rechelle Warden says
Can’t wait to try these with my fussy kids. Preparing lunch boxes is always an issue for me. Going to try the marmite & cheese first… good old kiwi classic. Fingers crossed. Thanks for sharing!
Banana choc cake .
Yummy and uses up those marked bananas and yoghurts that have been to school and back, uneaten.
Frances Turpie says
I love making Scrolls for the kids and adults lunches.. I use a tin of spaghetti, ham or salami, cheese, herbs.. will definitely try your easy dough recipe sounds great and so easy..
My favourite is mini ham/bacon & egg pies but I’m thinking this new 2 ingredient scroll recipe might be my new go to !!
Caroline Faulkner says
These look yummy and easy to do. My favourite lunchbox filler is cheese and vege muffins as it saves me making sandwiches when they don’t want to eat them! My girls current favourite are your double chocolate hidden vege muffins though – they have been blessed (or cursed!) with my sweet tooth.
Cherry Dutton says
I love this idea! My children love mini quiches in their lunch box, its a certain winner everytime. I am like you and hate food to be touching, sweet and savoury should not mix!!
my favourite luchbox recipe at the moment is my mum’s blended banana cake,so quick and easy and can make into cupcakes with choc chips too,dissapeared pretty quickly this week! I’m soooo trying these scrolls,master 9 and miss 7 arent big fans of sandwiches so its nice to find new ideas that all of us can take in our lunchboxes for work and school.
Katherine Wallace says
I think variations on this recipe will be my favourite lunch box filler. It would suit even the fussiest!
What a great recipe – I’m going to try the grated apple, cinnamon and brown sugar myself – yum! I think my favourite lunch box recipe at the moment is sushi, because everyone in the family eats it, so I don’t have to make 4 seperate items!
Claire Mayo says
My favourite lunchbox filler is crustless mini quiches! I can sneak lots of veggies into them and my son will eat them! ?