We didn't make anything.
We've all had a stupid fluey cold, and nobody feels like baking.
We went to the cinema instead.
We will be making cheese and leek rolls, which are basically just cheese and onion rolls but with leeks instead of cheese.
Since I was feeling guilty for my cinema-enabled laziness* I thought I'd better post something, so here's the basic idea behind the rolls.
You can vary this by changing the cheese you use, or the accompaniments, or the pastry, or all of them frankly.
Cheese and Leek Rolls
Premade puff pastry
Some feta cheese
A leek or two
A little pepper (and salt if you like that sort of thing)
A beaten egg or a little milk
First chop the leek finely, into itty, bitty, tiny pieces.
Grate the gruyere and crumble the feta.
Now roll out the pastry into a reasonable rectangle, and cut this down the middle into two wide strips.
Distract eldest child with workbooks or something and summon toddler for cheese-based bonding** session.
Scrub toddler liberally, then show her*** how to mix the different ingredients.
Let her play.
Hide, if necessary.
When everything is combined, take whatever didn't go on the floor, season, and show her how to sprinkle it onto the pastry.
If anything survives, fold over the sides of the pastry strip to make two long rolls then cut these to whatever length you want.
Arm the toddler with a pastry brush, and allow to splat the beaten egg or milk all over the rolls.
Put them into a medium oven for twenty minutes or so.
If you dare.
*Though given that the film was Tinkerbell: The Secret of the Wings, I don't feel all that guilty.
**Hopefully of the emotional, rather than literal, variety.
***Or him, or whatever, really.