What else you could wish than melting cheese inside a steaming pastry filling up the kitchen?Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMom

If I had to choose between cheese scones and crescent rolls I would have a hard time deciding which one should I take for deserted island. It seems that not only me who is torn and suffering of the weight of responsibility when tasked to bake something nice without a concrete goal. But my loved ones aren’t able to make decisions either.

To be honest these rolls are filled with cheese so they just couldn’t survive an island trip. They hardly survive the trip to the dinning table but that’s for a different reason. It doesn’t matter how much I bake, surely nothing will be left on the plate by the end of the day.

Ingredients:

  • 600 grams flour
  • 100ml milk
  • 3 grams yeast
  • 1/2 teaspoon of sugar, fructose, agave or honey
  • 150 grams butter
  • 125 grams plain unsweetened yogurt
  • 2 eggs

Filling:

  • 50 grams grated cheese (Gouda or Edam)

Topping:

  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt

And here’s how you make cheese dinner rolls to get your family and yourself the perfect snack of any day:

1. Place half of the milk and the sugar in a cup. Stir and sprinkle with yeast. Let rest until foamy for a couple of minutes.
2. Whilst you are waiting, measure and put the rest of the ingredients (except the cheese) in a large bowl. When it’s ready, pour in yeast mixture too. Make the dough.
3. After you finished with kneading it, you don’t need to wait for it to raise.
4. Divide the dough into 4 balls, set them somewhere warm cover 3 and you can start working with the fourth straight away.
5. Put the ball in the middle of the desk and roll it flat into a shape of a circle.Rolling out - Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMom
6. Cut it into 8 equal pieces like a pizza.Cut it up to 8 pieces - Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMom

8. Put cheese on top each piece then roll them up and bend them into a crescent shape. Then put them on the tray.Cheese and roll - Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMomPlace them to the baking tray - Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMom

 

 

9. Use the egg yolk to brush it on top of the rolls and sprinkle some salt on it. Now it’s ready to pop it into the pre-heated 356F (180°C) oven for half an hour.Spread some egg on top - Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMom

 

10. Turn the tray at half time. Take them out when golden brown on top. Here they are, enjoy your freshly baked, homemade cheese dinner rolls!Cheese stuffed crescent rolls - SunCakeMom

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Cheese stuffed crescent rolls straight from heaven.
Prep Time
30 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
1 hrs
 
What else you could wish than melting cheese inside a steaming pastry filling up the kitchen?
Course: Snack
Servings: 4
Author: Edi Baker - SunCakeMom
Ingredients
Pastry:
  • 600 grams flour
  • 100 ml milk
  • 3 grams yeast
  • 1/2 tbsp sugar (fructose, agave or honey)
  • 150 grams butter
  • 125 grams yogurt (natural)
  • 2 eggs
Filling:
  • 50 grams grated cheese Gouda or Edam
Topping:
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
Instructions
  1. Place half of the milk and the sugar in a cup. Stir and sprinkle with yeast. Let rest until foamy for a couple of minutes.
  2. Whilst you are waiting, measure and put the rest of the ingredients (except the cheese) in a large bowl. When it’s ready, pour in yeast mixture too. Make the dough.
  3. After you finished with kneading it, you don’t need to wait for it to raise.
  4. Divide the dough into 4 balls, set them somewhere warm cover 3 and you can start working with the fourth straight away.
  5. Put the ball in the middle of the desk and roll it flat into a shape of a circle.
  6. Cut it into 8 equal pieces like a pizza.
  7. Put cheese on top each piece then roll them up and bend them into a crescent shape. Then put them on the tray.
  8. Use the egg yolk to brush it on top of the rolls and sprinkle some salt on it. Now it’s ready to pop it into the pre-heated 356F (180°C) oven for half an hour.

 

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Edi Baker - SunCakeMom

Edi Baker - SunCakeMom

X-gen Master of the rolling pin, mother of the ONE and a full time teacher.
Kneading out the every day life nuisances under the low humming noise of the airflow oven.
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One Comment

  1. Elenor

    It’s always a struggle to decide what to bake. There is so many delicious things in the world but only one oven…

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