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- Ready In:
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Spray a 11 x15 baking/jellyroll pan with a light spritz of Pam.
- Fit with waxed paper and spray with cooking Pam again.
- Whip eggs, sugar, vanilla and water until light.
- Mix in dry ingredients.
- Pour thin batter unto sheet.
- Bake until sponge is golden and springs to the touch.
- Turn out on cloth wrung in cold water.
- Remove waxed paper.
- Spread with jam/jelly.
- Using the cloth as an aid, roll up the cake into a roll and trim the ends.
- Place on platter.
- Sprinkle with confectioner sugar.
- Serve warm or cold. Enjoy! =).
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I just finished making this, it couldn't be easier! After the cake came out of the oven, I rolled it with the towel and let it cool. Once it cooled I unrolled it and spread strawberry jelly and pecan-cream cheese icing (I spread them in strips along the cake), then re-rolled it. I am taking this to a dinner I at someone else's home tonight. Thanks!
I just bought a jelly roll pan and this was my first attempt at making a jelly roll. I'm glad to say that it was successful! The cake was quick and easy to make. The recipe didn't say how much jelly to use, so I guessed and used 1/2 a cup of grape jelly. My only difficulty was in rolling it up... the cake cracked in several places. However, it turned out fine and all the slices except the ones at the ends looked great. Tasted good, too. I couldn't believe there was no fat except from the eggs! I should also add that I got 10 slices out of this, rather than 8.
Perfect jelly roll cake recipe! I didn't fill mine with jelly, though. I had an idea in my head for a Christmasy dessert - I used this lovely, light spongey cake and filled it with dream whip (with a dash of green food colouring and peppermint extract in place of the vanilla) & also "iced" it with the minty cream filling. This was very easy to prepare and easy to work with.
I made this using a 17 X 11 inch pan and cooked it 9 min., then filled it with lemon pudding. I used lemon extract instead of vanilla and the results were very good. Easy to do, sprinkled the towel with powdered sugar and rolled. Unrolled, filled and rolled again. Makes a lot, I would say maybe 12 servings.
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