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Thank You Mandy for sharing this recipe. I am not an Aussie but I did live in your beautiful country for a bit of time. When I got pregnant I started craving Brumby's Cheddarmite Scrolls. I was so happy to have found this recipe. I was a little stingy with the vegemite (i only used 1 tbs) because I know we American's tend to use way too much. I really think that i will use 2 tbs next time. I also chose sharp cheddar since I was trying to replicate Brumby's. Oh and 220*C converts to 428*F just in case anyone else needs to know that.
I made this for *Zaar World Tour III* - I seen Jubes photo in our teams thread and I had to make them. There was only two left when I went to taste one, everyone really enjoyed them. Thank you Mandy from Oz
*Reviewed for Zaar World Tour 3* These were very easy to make-basically a scone mixture with vegemite and cheese. My family enjoyed these. A bonus is that they use ingredients that we also have in the fridge and pantry. Photos also being posted
Very easy to make and they taste amazing!
My daughter and I decided to try making these and have them baking as I write and just wanted to say that it's an easy recipie to follow however we did not need 375ml milk for just 3 cups of flour! We used 250ml milk and it was perfect, more milk would have made a sloppy mess from the dough.
Very nice! made two lots and enjoying them all! thanks for the recipe 4 stars :))- Bailey
Made these today. So easy to make and so nice. I think next time i will make them bigger, I used lite cheese which i think using full fat cheese would have been nicer. They were still nice though and my son LOVES them! Thanks!!!
These are great! Simple and fun for my 3yo to help make. Always on the lookout for interesting, but easy things for his kindy lunchbox and this was a hit. Going to try it with ham and cheese and whatever else is laying about.
Great recipe, very delicious and wonderful for a cold winter's afternoon. Next time I think I will experiment with different flavours such as onion... Thanks!