• expired

½ Price Mrs Quick Sausage Roll 1kg $3.75 @ Woolworths

1020

½ Price Mrs Quick Sausage Roll 1kg $3.75 @ Woolworths

  • Made in Queensland
  • Cut into bite size pieces before cooking.

Related Stores

Woolworths
Woolworths

closed Comments

  • +30 votes

    Mrs Quick

    My ideal woman.

  • +6 votes

    Best frozen sausage rolls ever.
    Great deal!

  • +2 votes

    Scheduling in for this week's cheat meal.

  • +14 votes

    I thought it was one massive 1kg sausage roll in the box. A little disappointed to find it's normal(ish) sized ones…..

  •  

    Legit cannot believe anyone would allow their product to be named "Mrs. Quick Sausage". Our society is surely in decline.

  • +2 votes

    $3.75/Kg, Bargain,Bargain……

  • +4 votes

    Actually seem rather okay with Ingredients and no colours, flavours or preservatives.

    Ingredients
    Pastry: Wheat Flour (48%), Water, Vegetable Shortening (28%)(Vegetable Fats & Oils, Water, Salt, Emulsifiers (471, 475(contains Soy Lecithin)), Acidity Regulator (331, 330).
    Meat Filling: Ground Beef (48%), Water, Onion (13%), Breadcrumbs (Cereals, Yeast, Salt, Gluten, Vegetable Oil, Soy Flour, Emulsifiers (481, 471, 472(e)), Mineral Salts (451), Thickener (466).

  • +3 votes

    I once tried to microwave these…lol epic fail

    • +1 vote

      I should order a hitman on you for microwaving pies and sausage rolls in the first place

      •  

        Guilty here too of being impatient when a sausage roll craving hits.

      • +2 votes

        You can microwave them first, then finish in the oven, to save time. Don't nuke too long though, they dry out.

        There used to be microwave pastry paper available. It had a metallised film that absorbed the microwaves and emitted the energy as radiant heat, crisping the pastry. Haven't seen it for years though.

        •  

          I do this all the time. I finish in the air fryer which is perfect for snacks.

          That metallic paper is still in the Mrs Macs microwave range.

        • +1 vote

          sandwich press heats up quick and will crispen after the sausage rill has been thawed .

      • +1 vote

        the ole mrs mac's microwave sausage roll goes alright

    • +1 vote

      when i was a kid i used to microwave all kinds of nasty shit.

      since i became an adult and understood how much better things cooked in the oven is, i dont use my microwave much anymore!

  •  

    Crikey, I thought it was a huge 1kg sausage roll until I looked at the pics.
    Imagine getting through a 1kg beast of a roll.

    •  

      looking at obesity amongst kids and what they must be eating some might think these aren’t big enough to feed a growing child ….. problem is it doesn’t encourage growth upwards just sideways.

      •  

        looking at obesity amongst kids

        which is pretty much due to kids being less active these days…

        • -1 vote

          No it is because they eat foods with too much fat like these sausage rolls. Exercise contributes very little to weight loss. And
          garage sale, instead of looking at kids on average 1/4 are overweight or obese, adults are 2/3rds overweight or obese.

        • +3 votes

          @freemoneyhunter:

          No it is because they eat foods with too much fat like these sausage rolls.

          Rubbish, we were eating those 20, 30, 40 years ago… Except then, we got home and played footy and cricket with our friends in the street, not Fortnite on a game console over the internet…

          People are getting fat because they are inactive and lazy, not from eating…

        •  

          @jv: It's the processed food people are eating, it doesn't contain fibre so a person eats a lot more high calorie food without filling the stomach. Exercise is very important for cardio vascular health and should be done for that reason, don't exercise to lose weight, it won't help. 30 minutes of brisk walking is enough. To lose weight you need to consume a diet very low in fat, high in complex carbohydrates and fibre.

        • -1 vote

          @freemoneyhunter:

          t's the processed food people are eating, it doesn't contain fibre so a person eats a lot more high calorie food

          Sausage rolls 20-30 year’s ago didn’t contain any more fibre. Kids are getting fat from lack of exercise, not from processed food.

  •  

    These go good in an air fryer!

  •  

    these arent too shabby at all…

  •  

    not a big sausage roll fan but at this price might be worth a try as people seem to think they are one of the better ones.

    though i do preffer four n twenty angus and pepper pies, but not on special this week.

  • +4 votes

    These are made in my hometown, Beaudesert. Great sausage rolls by a small local company.

  •  

    …had no idea these were this popular! wish my local woolies stocked more than just a few boxes of the stuff… :(

  • +2 votes

    Cut into bite size pieces before cooking.

    I like a post with helpful advice on the side.

  •  

    Whats the frozen pie? Mrs Macs, 4 and twenty?

  • +2 votes

    Just bought some and cooked a batch.

    Note: These are frozen UNCOOKED which is why they take 40-50 (2 x 20-25) minutes in the oven to be ready. Also why microwave cooking is out. Try microwaving raw pastry and see how you go. Four'N Twenty and Patties frozen sausage rolls are cooked BEFORE being frozen, so you are reheating them in the home.

    The puff pastry is amazing. As good or better than my homemade sausage rolls using Pampas frozen puff pastry. The filling is good - I'd probably add some vegetables and spices to it, as the ratio of filling to pastry is a bit low, but that's personal preference.

    Positives: Superior sausage roll as cooking from (frozen) raw with excellent puff pastry and good quality beef filling

    Negatives: Twice the time to prepare (in oven) at home. Not suitable for microwave as product uncooked

    • +1 vote

      which is why they take 40-50 (2 x 20-25) minutes in the oven to be ready

      they only need around 25min to cook and 20min to thaw…? you can thaw them out on your kitchen bench…no need for an oven as youre just thawing them enough to be able to portion them

      …also did you try an egg wash? might do this next batch i do

  • Top