Chocolate & Vanilla Swiss Roll

Ingredients

Sachet:

  • Brownie x 2
  • Pizza x 1
  • Chocolate Crunch x 1 (optional)
  • Vanilla Dessert x 1

Unlimited:

  • 50ml x Espresso (chilled)
  • ½ tsp x Baking Powder
  • Pinch Salt

Squeeze Lemon

  • 85g x Water

Limited:

  • 2 x Egg Whites
  • 2 tsp x Sweetener
  • 50g x Raspberries

Method

  • Mix the espresso with the baking powder, pizza, and brownie sachets.
  • Whip two egg whites with salt, sweetener, and a squeeze of lemon to form soft peaks.
  • Fold into the coffee and sachet mix in three stages try to retain as much air as possible
  • Spread onto a non-stick mat or baking parchment to form a rectangle.
  • Bake at 160°c for 10 minutes or until cooked, then allow to cool at room temperature.
  • Cut the chocolate crunch bar into pieces and microwave to melt in short bursts.
  • Once melted pour onto a non-stick mat and roll into a rectangle the same length as the sponge. For a halal or vegetarian version omit this step.
  • Mix the vanilla sachet with 85g of water and whisk until combined. Spread onto the sponge evenly.
  • Add the chocolate crunch (if using), and the raspberries.
  • Place a double layer of cling film onto your bench, roll the sponge into a log. It is easier to do this first to get the shape and then roll in the cling film. Tie both ends and allow to set in the fridge for at least 1 hour.
  • Once set measure the length of the Swiss roll and divide by five, this will give you the correct portion size. 12.Slice and serve with a nice coffee!
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