Delicious Carrot Cake Swiss Roll My Baba 19 June, 2019 Food, Recipes Serves: 8 Preparation Time: Approx. 30 minutes, plus cooling time Cooking Time: Approx. 15 minutes Ingredients: Non-Stick Baking Paper 125g grated carrot (approx. 1 large carrot, peeled) 3 medium free-range eggs 115g caster sugar 25g light muscovado or soft brown sugar, sifted to remove any lumps 1 tsp vanilla extract 25ml sunflower oil 1 orange, zested and juiced 125g plain flour ½ tsp baking powder 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp cinnamon ¼ tsp ground nutmeg A pinch of salt 25g pecan nuts, finely chopped (or blitz briefly in a mini processor) 2 tbsp extra caster sugar for dusting Filling: 50g full fat cream cheese 50g butter 200g icing sugar Method: Preheat the oven to 160ºC fan/180ºC/Gas 4. Line the swiss roll tin with Non-Stick Baking Paper (this will ensure the swiss roll won’t stick) Grate the carrot and weigh it before spreading onto a piece of kitchen paper to absorb any excess moisture Whisk the eggs and sugars for about 5 minutes until light and frothy and doubled in volume. With a large metal spoon or a spatula, fold in the vanilla extract, oil and zest from half the orange Mix the flour, baking powder, ground spices, salt and pecan nuts together in a bowl then add half of this to the egg and sugar mixture. Fold in gently. Add the rest of the dry ingredients and the carrots and fold in to combine Pour into the lined tin and spread gently with a spatula until even. Bake for 15 minutes Meanwhile, place a clean tea towel on the worktop. Place a large piece of Non-Stick Baking Paper on top and sprinkle the extra caster sugar evenly over the paper As soon as the cake is cooked, using oven gloves or a cloth, tip it carefully but quickly onto the sugared Non-Stick Baking Paper with one of the short ends towards you. Remove the baking tin. Carefully roll up the cake, including the Non-Stick Baking Paper. Leave it rolled up and wrapped in the tea towel until cool (about an hour) Meanwhile, make the filling. Beat together the cream cheese, butter, icing sugar and most of the remaining orange zest until smooth. Gradually add the orange juice until the frosting has a fairly soft spreading consistency. Chill until required When the cake is cool, carefully unroll but leave on the Non-Stick Baking Paper and towel. Spread over the frosting over the cake then roll up again and simply peel off the Non-Stick Baking Paper. Transfer to a serving plate and sprinkle with a little more sugar and the rest of the orange zest. Chill before slicing Recipe from Bacofoil. READ NEXT 15 of The Coolest Ice Lolly Recipes for Summer For competitions and offers from our favourite brands, click here.