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Sausage rolls are extremely popular as a party food (and everyday snack + addition to lunch) for both children and adults. Here in the UK they are generally made with puff pastry and back home in Denmark, they are made with ordinary white flour. I love both versions. However, I wouldn’t say they are particularly healthy.

I have therefore created a healthier version which still taste awesome despite being really realllyyyy healthy.  Made with fresh broccoli and cauliflower, these sausage rolls make a perfect snack for the little ones (+8 months) or for the adults who want a low carb healthy snack. Furthermore, they are also:

Dairy Free  ? ❌

Soya Free ❌

Gluten Free ❌

Contain Eggs ?

Contain Nuts 

Happy Baking!

Ingredients (makes 20, freeze them and use them as and when required).

800g cauliflower and broccoli (fresh)

7 eggs

4 tablespoon almond flour

2 tablespoon olive oil

20 cocktail sausages (I used Tesco’s gluten-free sausages which are also dairy free).


Preheat the oven and line 1 baking tray with parchment paper.

Use a food processor to create broccoli and cauliflower rice.

Mix in the eggs and olive oil.

Rest the mixture in the fridge for 30min

Spoon up the chilled mixture and add one sausage at a time. Fold the mixture around the sausage and place it on the baking tray. You can make them as small or large as you like.

Bake in the oven for 20-25min at 180 degrees,

Serve with homemade or shop bought ketchup! (Some salad also perhaps? :-D)

No Carbs

These sausage rolls do not contain any carbohydrates. They are therefore a great snack for those who want to lose weight or for the child/adult with type 1 diabetes who wants an insulin-free snack and for the mama-to-be with gestational diabetes. Triple bonus!

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