Who doesn’t love a Greggs Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt? In my house the teens really enjoy them, so we have a go at making our own and thought we would share with you are simple Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt Recipe
With lockdown, I wanted a fast, but fabulous recipe for Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt to replicate the ones you buy at Greggs but with as few steps as possible as I wanted the teens to be able to make them.
So here you have our fakeaway Greggs Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt Recipe so easy that the 13 year old has been making them on a weekly basis.
How to make a Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt
Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt Recipe
Fakeaway version og Greggs Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melt
- 1 Tin Beans and Sausage
- Grated Cheese
- 1 Egg Beaten
- 1 Packet Puff Pastry
Take your puff pastry out of the fridge and allow to come to room temperature. We have used both ready rolled nad ready to roll and prefer the roll your own as you can make more!
Preheat your oven to 200 degrees
Roll out your pastry and cut into 12 equal sized regtangles (enough to make six melts)
Take your beaten egg and brush around the edges of six of the rectangles
Chop up the sausges and mix well with the drained beans (you can slighly mash the beans at this stage).
Spoon in to the center of the pastry and cover in grated cheese – we like red leicster.
Add the top and press round the outside with a fork to close.
Eggwash the top of your Melts and cook for 20 minutes
We have decided that these This Sausage, Cheese and Bean Melts are even more delicious than the shop-bought ones and they are so much cheaper for less than £2 you can make six.