A Decorative Swiss Roll filled with whipped Cream and Strawberry

A Self Decorative Christmassy Swiss Roll !!!!!!!

I have been meaning to bake this awesome decorative Swiss roll even since I saw them at N’s facebook page. N is my little sister who is amazing at baking. Please visit her page at  Bake Bar
Then of course, I did a search in Google and found that  decorative Swiss rolls are actually very popular in Japan and it was made popular by a Japanese blog writer whose name I cannot remember ( will add later) . However, most of the recipes of the roll on the web were also in Japanese. Therefore, I mixed and matched recipes and baked my one. You can also visit,
As you can see that, my Swiss roll is not perfect.  I made few misjudgments.  First of all my baking tray was small for the amount of sponge cake mixture I had made, so the cake become little too thick, hence difficult to roll.  So keep that in mind. The cake needs to be thick enough so that you can roll it and the roll stays intact.

Secondly, I used brown sugar, which made the cake look yellowish. Had I used white sugar, the cake would have looked much better.  

Thirdly, it is easy to make this cake but little patience will result in heavenly looks. I was too fast in getting the parchment paper off the cake, resulting is pilling of the decoration in many places.
Fourth, it fell off my hand. So be careful.
Now without much ado, let’s get baking this beautiful Christmassy Swiss Roll

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 Ingredient and method for decoration:

1 egg white
40 g flour
30 g sugar
30 g butter
few drops green color

Few drops red color


1.     Beat  sugar and butter until smooth

2.    Add egg white and beat until soft and fluffy

3.    Add the flour and combine

4.    Separate the mixture in two bowls

5.    Add green color in one and red in other bowl for decoration

6.    Now cut a parchment paper  of the baking tray size

7.    Draw  Christmas tree  and sweet sticks alternatively all over the paper

8.    Butter the baking tray and lay the paper  making sure that no air in trapped

9.    Now using a icing tube first fill the trees with green

10. Wash the tube

11.  Now add red batter in the icing tube  and fill the red color sugar sticks with the batter

12. Freeze the tray for 30 mins so that the decoration is solid

Ingredients for Sponge Cake and method for making the Swiss Rolls

6 eggs
6 tablespoons sugar
8 tablespoons flour
Pinch of salt


1.     Pre heat the oven at 170c

2.    Separate the egg whites and beat until fluffy, stiff and glossy

3.    Add sugar, little at a time beating in with the egg white

4.    Then add  egg yolk one at the time with the egg white- sugar mixture and beat the cake mixture

5.    Sieve  the flour with a little of salt

6.    Add the flour and salt to the cake mix and combine well

7.    Do not be too harsh on the mixture so as to lose all the air

8.    Take the baking tray out of the fridge

9.    Pour the sponge cake mixture over the decoration and bake immediately

10. Bake for 10 mins and then check if it is done.

11.  If not done in 10 mins, then cover the cake with foil and bake for another 5 mins or until done

12. Do not over bake, as it will be difficult to roll the cake and also make sure top does not become too brown

13. Let the cake cool down and then turn he cake

14. Pill the parchment paper carefully from the cake, taking care that you do not fill the decoration

15. Now turn the cake ( decorative side down)

16. Layer the cake with whipped cream and add any fruits you like. I used strawberry

17. Roll the cake

Here is your Decorative Christmassy Swiss Roll filled with whipped cream and Strawberry

Enjoy baking it and then eating it together

By the way, I also have a Facebook page    Pet Pujo and Adda  Please like my page and follow by blog

A Decorative Swiss Roll filled with whipped Cream and Strawberry
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