Lunch Box Wednesday #5

I’ve had pizza scrolls on my to-do list for a while (something with hidden good stuff in it thinks Mum!), and finally became inspired to make them when I found this slower cooker pizza pull apart recipe.  I have recently switched from wheat flour to spelt and rye flour for my baking (and have been loosing weight as a result), so I made these with spelt flour.  I made these as pizza scrolls with no-tomato sauce, bacon and cheese, but they could be filled with anything.  They also kept well in an airtight container so can definitely go into a lunch box; and they stayed warm when I wrapped some hot pieces in foil and stored them in a thermal lined lunch bag.

That was going to be it this month until I came upon a recipe for Oopsies on Facebook.  I shared the recipe on my page and got quite a few comments about how great they were., so of course I had to try them.  Oopsies are a no-bread bread made with egg and cream chesee (yes, I was sceptical too), but they were surprisingly good.  They also kept very well over a couple of days;  I kept some to take to work to dip in my soup for lunch.  You can eat them on their own or make them into sandwiches, Oscar had his with jam.


Previous Lunch Box Wednesday Posts:

Lunch Box Wednesday #1 – Rice Balls, Egg Rolls, Carrot and Zucchini Muesli Bars

Lunch Box Wednesday #2 – Preserving Fresh Fruit, Pear and Vegetable Bread, Chewy Gluten-free Crackers

Lunch Box Wednesday #3 – Squeeze’ems

Lunch Box Wednesday #4 – Mini Calzones

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