Stuffed Lunch Rolls: Kid-Approved & Freezer-Friendly

img_1867These are incredibly yummy and freeze well.   I make a massive batch and put them in the freezer for us to grab for lunches as needed.   My favorite variations are Ham and Cheddar (pictured), Bacon, Mushroom and Swiss, Spinach and Feta, we’ve even made it with leftover pizza toppings!   Be creative – it’ll taste great!

Using the bread recipe here, roll out the dough about half an inch thick.

Layer first with the veggie if you are adding one (we love onions!), add the meat and top with the cheese.   You will want the layers to leave a margin of about two inches on one side.   img_1857You will use this to seal the roll.   Begin rolling from the side without the margin.   Roll as tightly as possible.   At the end, if the dough is not sticking to itself easily, you might have to brush it with a bit of water.     Then cut 2inch wide wheels off of your bread log.   Let them rise for 20 min then bake at %350.   Enjoy!


  1. Great recipe! Thanks. Makes lunch more fun for the kiddies.

  2. wallygirl says:

    Kind of a dumb question, but I am new to the cooking ahead and freezing game. Do you bake them off before you freeze them? or freeze them raw and bake off as you need them?

    1. I bake them first, then freeze. That way all I have to do is pop them in the micro! I love fast food!

  3. Wow! that is a great idea. I am totally looking for freezable stuff right now! Cooking everyday is getting tiresome…lol.


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  6. I know this is an older post, but I just found your blog through pinterest. Have you ever made these with your lazy woman bread recipe for the dough? Thanks!

    1. Thanks Kate! I can’t imagine that wouldn’t work. Let us know the results!

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