Cheesey Bites for Credit Crunch Munch

Uncategorized | October 8, 2013 | By

I had a bit of leftover puff pastry, you  know the scraps round the side that you have cut off your nice neat pie.  Sometimes I make little turnovers but there really wasn’t enough, so I gathered up the bits and rolled them into a rectangle.  Sprinkled on some grated Mature Scottish Cheddar and rolled up from the long side.

I sliced the pastry roll up like a Chelsea Bun and placed them on the baking tray, ground over some black pepper and popped in the oven at 200C for a few minutes until they rose and turned golden and all the cheese had melted.  I guess they are a sort of savoury Palmier, whatever you call them, they were very tasty and would be perfect as canapes or even for children’s parties.  You could also spread tomato puree or ketchup on the pastry before adding the cheese.  They certainly didn’t last long!

This is my entry for October 2013 Credit Crunch Munch, the money saving blog event run by Fuss Free Flavours and Fab Food 4 All.  Had I not made these Cheesey Bites the pastry would have been thrown out and a little bit of grated cheese turned it into a sophisticated canape.  Nothing wasted here!

This month Credit Crunch Munch is being hosted by Utterly Scrummy.

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Great Janice, this is the sort of thing I do too, waste not want not:-) Thank you for entering Credit Crunch Munch this month:-)

belleau kitchen

such gorgeous little pieces of cheesy love there Janice… I think these would last about 3 second chez Belleau… very thrifty!

Anne Szadorska

Oooh yummy, the trimmings make the best treats!

Kat BakingExplorer

What a great and tasty way to use up leftover pastry! Thanks for sharing!

The KitchenMaid

Do you know I actually make big versions of these (because I am a) greedy and b) not thrifty)? But I love the idea of using the rags and tatters – and your pic is gorgeous!
Hope all is well x

Gloria Baker

Look absolutely delicious!!!

Jacqueline Meldrum

Great idea Janice, Cooper would love these!

Helen @ Fuss Freee Flavours

Delicious! Perfect to be washed down with a pre dinner drink.

Thank you so much for sending to Credit Crunch Munch – the November challenge is over at Dinner with Crayons.