Walnut Scrolls
Walnut Scrolls

Walnut Scrolls

Walnut Scrolls

I kinda feel like I am cheating a bit this week.  I am not even using a cookbook, and I have chosen something I make all the time.  Actually I make bread, or dough of some kind about three times a week.  I love my bread maker, it is so handy, but I feel like I am being a bit lazy. I am justifying this by telling myself although a kitchen appliance is doing all the work for this weeks recipe, it has been a very busy week for me in blog world, and this recipe is a great “back to school/lunchbox filler” for a hungry family.

It really is delicious and if you prefer you can skip the walnut filling and spread with Strawberry Jam prior to rolling up for and even quicker yummy snack.  The recipe makes about 14 buns.



500gm flour

8gms yeast

20gm oil

6gm salt

12gm sugar

310ml warm water

2 t/s ground cinnamon

2 t/s ground ginger

Bread Dough


60gm butter

1 cup sultana

1 cup walnuts

140ml golden syrup

1 t/s cinnamon


1 Cup icing sugar

40ml maple syrup


Grease and flour a baking tray.

Place all the dough ingredients in the bread maker and select the dough mix setting.  Leave the machine to finish the dough cycle.  Once complete, leave the dough in a warm place to continue to rise while you prepare the filling. Allowing the bread extra time to proof you will get lighter buns.

Walnut Fillling

In a saucepan heat all the ingredients together until the butter is melted.  Take off the heat to cool slightly.

Preheat the oven to 160 degrees.

Flour the bench and carefully tip the dough out of the bread maker.  Lift the dough and gently stretch it into a rectangular shape by lifting each side. Alternate from side to side.

Bread Dough-2

Spread the walnut filling over the dough taking care to ensure all the dough has an even amount of filling.

With the widest side closest to you roll the dough and then cut it into between 12- 14 even slices.

Walnut Scroll-2 Rolling Scroll

Place the dough slices cut side down on the baking tray leaving room for spreading.

Once the tray is full allow the dough to proof in a warm spot for at least ½ hour.

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Bake in the oven for between 15-20 mins.

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Once cooled add a dollop of icing to each of the buns.

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  1. No, not lazy at all! Lazy is buying them.

    I think the maple syrup in the icing is a really good idea. I also think it would be a good idea to just let myself eat these at work, where I could only take one in with me, otherwise they may very well disappear all at once.

  2. I was very disappointed, mine didn’t rise at all but I noticed there was no raising agent in the dough mixture was i supposed to add yeast or something?? Anyway very disheartened and wont try again.

  3. That would be lovely.. Now I feel silly I should have just added some when I was questioning myself. But I wont say no to a cookbook. If you email me I’ll give you my address. 🙂

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