How to make blueberry hand pies in your sausage roll maker

Your sausage roll maker can do so much more than just savoury.

Your sausage roll maker can do so much more than just savoury. Why not put it to good use and create this sweet blueberry pie favourite.

The next big thing to hit the small appliance market is the sensational sausage roll maker! Like its pie making cousin, this inexpensive benchtop machine is super simple to use, incredibly versatile and is creating just as much online buzz.

Of course, it’s perfect for making a host of pastry-wrapped delights using classic mince-based fillings and flavour combinations. We also offer a range of inventive recipes for ‘everything but sausage rolls’ from spring rolls to apple pies and everything in between. Get the kids in on the fun and let their imagination run wild!

For more recipe to make in your handy appliance you can now buy The Sausage Roll maker.



1.Place coconut, cornflour, sugar and vanilla in a small bowl. Rub in the butter with your fingertips.
2.Spray a 4-hole (2-tablespoon) sausage roll maker with oil. Combine egg yolk and 2 teaspoons cold water in a small bowl.
3.Cut pastry sheet in half. With the machine turned off, position a half pastry sheet to cover the four holes. Press pastry gently into holes. Divide coconut mixture then blueberries equally between holes. Place remaining half pastry sheet on top to cover; press around each hole to seal the sides. Brush pies with egg wash.
4.Turn machine on. Close lid; cook for 7 minutes. Carefully turn pies over. Close lid; cook for a further 7 minutes or until golden. Transfer to a wire rack. Use a sharp knife to cut into separate rolls.
5.To serve, sprinkle pies with extra sugar and top with extra blueberries.

Raspberry & almond Swap coconut for ground almonds and blueberries for raspberries.

Cooked blueberry hand pies can be frozen for up to 3 months. Reheat from frozen in the sausage roll maker for 8 minutes each side.


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