Scottish morning rolls 15p at Lidl Bakery
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Scottish morning rolls 15p at Lidl Bakery

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Found 7th Jan
We had a change of supplier recently and these ones are lush 👌

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Shame lidl don't have plastic covers over their fresh bakery products
They are not Scottish morning rolls....I've had many a morning roll in Scotland it's not like that!
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Shame lidl don't have plastic covers over their fresh bakery products
Nothing better than a nice roll in bed in the morning.
They are not Scottish morning rolls....I've had many a morning roll in Scotland it's not like that!
robrydn2 m ago

They are not Scottish morning rolls....I've had many a morning roll in …They are not Scottish morning rolls....I've had many a morning roll in Scotland it's not like that!


Depends where in Scotland you’ve been too. We like to make our rolls regional.

They look like Glasgow rolls though a little pale.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 7th Jan
I remember visiting relatives in Scotland in the 60's and the bread cakes up there had a sprinkling of flour on them and I loved them.
Edited by: "iand123" 7th Jan
Yakkal3036 m ago

Shame lidl don't have plastic covers over their fresh bakery products


I've always recommended it but no one listens to the little man 🙃
Look like softies, was hoping for Aberdeen rolls.
60p for six in Tesco or 2 packs of six for £1....
gari1893 m ago

60p for six in Tesco or 2 packs of six for £1....


Well the pack of six at Lidl are cheaper too, but these are nicer 😜
Soz OP not a deal. Been getting these since they started the in store baking, excellent compromise twixt soft and crunchy, they have always been this price.
ps the Croissants are very good as well
good
Always this price - not a deal sorry
Previously frozen and thawed out lovely fresh rolls
I prefer the 19p crispy ones.

Well worth the extra 4p!
SilverBlack1 h, 44 m ago

Look like softies, was hoping for Aberdeen rolls.


I don’t think the rest of the UK would either understand or survive them.

More info on Rowies
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buttery_(bread)
Edited by: "Oneday77" 7th Jan
SilverBlack1 h, 41 m ago

Look like softies, was hoping for Aberdeen rolls.


Love proper aberdeen rolls.The one's at the fishmarket were great.
Edited by: "sandstone1" 7th Jan
Anyone looking for an Aberdeen Roll, Rowie or Buttery (all the same thing) then why not make them yourself!!! Info here slowfoodaberdeen.com/tra…ery
Yakkal3032 h, 2 m ago

Shame lidl don't have plastic covers over their fresh bakery products


Good shout. Works nicely in Germany.
Oneday772 h, 41 m ago

Depends where in Scotland you’ve been too. We like to make our rolls r …Depends where in Scotland you’ve been too. We like to make our rolls regional.They look like Glasgow rolls though a little pale.


It's McGee's or nothing! (I'm from Glasgow)
Uilleam171 h, 3 m ago

That's not a roll ,this is a roll a lovely well fired one[Image] still …That's not a roll ,this is a roll a lovely well fired one[Image] still warm from the bakery, delish


Now these are burnt buns
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Morning rolls is a buttery, not a bun! :P
geordieoulton763 h, 2 m ago

Previously frozen and thawed out lovely fresh rolls


You get what you pay for
iand1234 h, 24 m ago

I remember visiting relatives in Scotland in the 60's and the bread cakes …I remember visiting relatives in Scotland in the 60's and the bread cakes up there had a sprinkling of flour on them and I loved them.



Ah but have / did you try the hard fired ones? Divine as a ham salad roll.
randan4 h, 0 m ago

Anyone looking for an Aberdeen Roll, Rowie or Buttery (all the same thing) …Anyone looking for an Aberdeen Roll, Rowie or Buttery (all the same thing) then why not make them yourself!!! Info here http://slowfoodaberdeen.com/traditional-buttery


My dad was a Trawlerman and sometimes made his own when he was home between trips
Hot deal, but isn’t this their normal price.
They are also made by the cheapest company offering, frozen in their mass producing factory and just defrosted in store, lidls bakery is cheap, nasty and the products are full of salt, and sugar.
Loose rolls manhandled in flue season by the public ? No thanks.
jimbojohns11 h, 57 m ago

They are also made by the cheapest company offering, frozen in their mass …They are also made by the cheapest company offering, frozen in their mass producing factory and just defrosted in store, lidls bakery is cheap, nasty and the products are full of salt, and sugar.



Just like all the other supermarkets - not just Lidl.
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 8th Jan
Uilleam1720 h, 25 m ago

That's not a roll ,this is a roll a lovely well fired one[Image] still …That's not a roll ,this is a roll a lovely well fired one[Image] still warm from the bakery, delish


Then picking the black bits out of your teeth for the rest of the day
Uilleam177th Jan

That's not a roll ,this is a roll a lovely well fired one[Image] still …That's not a roll ,this is a roll a lovely well fired one[Image] still warm from the bakery, delish


Look like they have been in an incinerator!
robrydn7th Jan

It's McGee's or nothing! (I'm from Glasgow)


Morton rolls are the best
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