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Health coach shares how to make a delicious GIANT sausage roll in an air fryer

Health coach shares how to make a delicious GIANT sausage roll in an air fryer – and it’s totally guilt-free

  • Health coach Bec Hardgrave shared her two-ingredient sausage roll recipe 
  • She used mountain bread wraps and pork and fennel sausages from Woolworths
  • Each serving contains a mere 192 calories, 16.5g of protein and 7.2g of fat 
  • It only took ten minutes to prepare using the air fryer, but the oven can be used 
  • The healthy snack is perfect for those who are time poor or have kids  

A fitness coach who’s known for sharing healthy recipe ideas on social media has revealed how to make a delicious giant sausage roll at home using two ingredients.  

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, Australia, posted a video outlining the quick and easy recipe using bread wraps and pork and fennel sausages. 

She claims the homemade snack contains a mere 192 calories with 16.5g of protein and 7.2g of fat.

Bec cooked the sausage roll in an air fryer for 10 minutes, but those who don’t own the popular appliance could use the oven. 

 

In a recent video shared on TikTok and Instagram, she made healthy sausage rolls

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, Australia, is known for sharing healthy recipes online (left). In a recent video shared on TikTok and Instagram, she made healthy sausage rolls (right)

The only two ingredients used were bread wraps and pork and fennel sausages from Woolworths

The recipe is deemed to be healthier than others as it contains no pastry

The only two ingredients used were bread wraps and pork and fennel sausages from Woolworths. The recipe is deemed to be healthier than others as it contains no pastry

The recipe is perfect for those who are time poor or who have kids, as it’s easy to follow and involves few steps.

In the short clip, Bec said: ‘All you need to do is take the casing off the sausage and roll it up into a mountain wrap.’ 

Next, she simply placed the snack into the air fryer on high for eight to 10 minutes. 

To serve she sprinkled garlic and herb seasoning on top, sliced it down the middle and enjoyed the tasty snack with tomato sauce.  

In the short clip, Bec said: 'All you need to do is take the casing off the sausage and roll it up into a mountain wrap.'

Bec cooked the sausage roll in an air fryer for 10 minutes, but those who don't own the popular appliance could use the oven

In the short clip, Bec said: ‘All you need to do is take the casing off the sausage and roll it up into a mountain wrap.’ Bec cooked the sausage roll in an air fryer for 10 minutes, but those who don’t own the popular appliance could use the oven 

To serve she sprinkled garlic and herb seasoning on top, sliced it down the middle and enjoyed the tasty snack with tomato sauce

On Instagram other foodies dubbed the idea as 'genius'

To serve she sprinkled garlic and herb seasoning on top, sliced it down the middle and enjoyed the tasty snack with tomato sauce

On Instagram other foodies dubbed the idea as ‘genius’ as the recipe doesn’t contain any pastry.

‘Will have to try this with my veggie mince,’ one person wrote, another added: ‘So clever!!’

Using sausage mince is an easy alternative to making sausage roll mince yourself.  

Earlier this year Bec shared another video demonstrating how to make a cafe-style eggs benedict at home using just five ingredients. 

Bec has also shared how to make a healthier eggs benedict that will become your breakfast go-to

The healthier recipe is only 425 calories and the perfect way to start your day

Bec has also shared how to make a healthier eggs benedict that’s only 425 calories

‘It is so easy and simple to do and the perfect cafe-style breakfast to have at home,’ the health coach said. 

She posted the easy-to-make recipe to social media where many foodies have shared their thoughts on the healthy breakfast classic.

Bec first placed 60g of short-cut bacon inside the oven to cook until golden.

She then dropped two eggs into a pot of boiling water to poach and while they cooked she toasted an English muffin.

Once toasted Bec placed the halves onto a plate and put a handful of baby spinach on each slice before placing one slice of cooked bacon on top of each and a perfectly poached egg on top. 

To finish, Bec drizzled 40g of Hollandaise sauce by Masterfoods over her poached eggs to enjoy. 

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