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  • Swiss roll

    Learn how to make this classic dessert with Woman's Weekly cookery editor Sue McMahon

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    (12 ratings)
  • Chocolate Swiss roll

    Our easy chocolate Swiss roll recipe is a classic! A Swiss roll is a very impressive cake and looks quite difficult to make, which is why people often shy away from baking them. A homemade Swiss roll is so much nicer than shop bought and they are much easier to make than you might think. This chocolate Swiss roll has an unusual mint buttercream filling, which is full of flavour. The mint and chocolate work extremely well together. This Swiss roll cake could be served as a delicious dessert recipe topped with lashings of cream. This chocolate Swiss roll recipe takes 50 mins to make and bake and serves 4 people. This chocolate Swiss roll recipe is perfect if you want to bake something a little different, it's great for sharing with a cuppa or can be smothered in custard or served with ice cream for dessert.

    • 3
    (166 ratings)
  • Lemon Swiss Roll

    Lemon Swiss roll

    Other combinations of this lemon Swiss roll are also delicious - try raspberry and vanilla or chocolate and marshmallow. Serve with cream or a cup of tea!

    • 3
    (356 ratings)
  • Chocolate mini rolls

    Mini chocolate Swiss rolls

    Chocolate swiss rolls are a party food favourite. Layers of chocolate sponge and vanilla frosting are rolled up to make a beautiful roulade, then cut into individual portions and coated in smooth chocolate icing. Mini chocolate swiss rolls take a the classic swiss roll cake and transform it into a bite sized treat. These tasty little cakes are perfect for serving with coffee or enjoying on your own with an afternoon cuppa. Once you’ve got the basic swiss roll technique mastered, you’ll be able to whip up a batch of these so easily. These mini chocolate swiss rolls make a great addition to a buffet, and always go down well at kids birthday parties. This fun twist on a sponge cake is a firm favourite with both kids and adults, after you’ve had one you won’t be able to resist going back for another! Try making your very own mini chocolate swiss rolls with our easy recipe.

    • 5
    (9 ratings)
  • Chocolate caramel swiss roll

    Salted caramel Swiss roll

    This delicious, gooey and rich salted caramel Swiss roll is perfect for sharing. Serve warm with a scoop of ice cream or cold in slices. Your family are going to love tucking into this mouth-watering treat. The savoury flavour from the salted caramel works well against the richness of the chocolate to make one tasty bake. Triple tested in the Woman’s Weekly kitchen this Swiss roll serves 10.

    • 3
    (16 ratings)
  • Swiss roll with raspberry jam

    Almond and raspberry Swiss roll

    Swiss roll has long been one of our favourite cakes. It comes from central Europe, though probably not from Switzerland, although how it came to get its name has been lost in the mists of time. It’s really just a rolled sponge cake with a filling – usually, though not always, jam – which you then slice sideways to serve. Kids love it and it’s always a treat for afternoon tea.

    • 3
    (16 ratings)
  • No-bake train cake

    No-bake train cake is SO easy to assemble from shopbought cakes and biscuits, but so worth the effort to make this impressive cake. Taming Twins blogger Sarah Barnes uses readymade cake and biscuits, which is perfect if you're looking for a quick and simple cake idea for your littles one's birthday. The train is made from chocolate Swiss roll and Mini Rolls with Jammie Dodger wheels and sweetie cargo. Your child's face will light up when they see this delicious train cake in all its glory. This cake will take around 1hr to assemble. Store in an airtight container until you're ready to serve it. You can fill the train's carriages with your child's favourite sweets and chocolates.

    • 4
    (12 ratings)
  • Chewy chocolate oat squares

    Chewy chocolate oat squares are a cross between a cake and a flapjack and so easy to make. The kids will love making these with you. Ready in under 1hr, this simple tray bake is made with cocoa powder to give it a rich, chocolatey flavour, drizzled with melted white chocolate and packed with rolled oats. These squares are a cross between a cake and a flapjack. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 days.

    • 3
    (168 ratings)
  • Pimm's trifle

    Pimm's trifle

    Pimm's and trifle are both truly British institutions - delicious individually, but together, they're truly a dessert force to be reckoned with! This quick and easy Pimm's trifle recipe pairs the classic cocktail with layers of cake, jelly, fruit, custard and cream, for a showstopping adults-only pud that you'll find yourself making year after year - especially since it only takes 30 minutes to prepare!

    • 4
    (45 ratings)
  • Christmas log

    A Christmas chocolate log will make Christmas lunch extra special - it's filled and carefully rolled with fresh cream and dusted in icing sugar for a really festive treat. The Christmas log mixture itself contains no flour or butter, so it's really light and the simple cream filling is delicious. Watch our video to see how simple it is to roll a roulade - it's easy when you know how, but seeing how it's done and what to expert will help give you confidence when it comes to rolling it at home. This Christmas log looks so pretty when it's sliced up that no one will even realise how easy it is to make. With a prep time of only 20 minutes, it couldn't be easier to put together and then you have to just leave it to chill in the fridge until it's time to dish it up and serve to guests!

    • 3
    (360 ratings)

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