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'Half Syn' Roulade - Slimming World Cake

Yes, you did read that right it's a 'half a syn' cake, and not only that, its really nice!


Over the years of Slimming World I've tried many different dessert recipies and I've always been hard pushed to find a good one.   I find they are either not that nice, or not worth the effort or the syns but since trying this at a taster session in the group I attend I've finally found the answer!

I'd put off making it for years, thinking it would be difficult but I've made it several times now and it's always turned out fine!

Ingredients
  • 4 medium eggs, seperated
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • Fat free Greek yoghurt
  • 3 tbsp of sweetener (level not heaped)
  • Raspberries (or any other Syn free fruit)
Instructions
  1. Add yoghurt, sweetener, vanilla essence & baking powder to the egg yolks
  2. Whisk until creamy and put to one side
  3. Take the egg whites and whisk until stiff
  4. Add half of the egg whites to the egg yolk mixture and stir in gently
  5. Then fold the other half of the eggs whites into the mixture
  6. Take an oven tray, line line with grease proof paper and spray with plenty of fry light to avoid the cake sticking to the paper
  7. Pour the mixture on the tray/paper
  8. Bake for 10 minutes until golden brown 180c (it doesn't take very long to bake so keep an eye on it)
  9. Whilst warm gently peel the paper from the cake and then leave to cool
  10. Once cooled, use a big knife to gently remove the cake from paper
  11. While cooling take the remainder of the yoghurt and add sweetener to taste
  12. Spread the yoghurt onto the (now cooled) cake and add whichever fruit you are using
  13. Then gently roll the cake up into a roll (like a swiss roll)
  14. Cut into 4-6 pieces - or eat the whole cake yourself for just ½ a Syn!
Easy Slimming world cake

Comments

  1. i have never made a roulade - full fat or otherwise - but always wanted too. I intend to start up a SW group next Saturday so i may be back to try this x

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  2. how much yoghurt do you add to the cake mixture and how much for the filling? you don't give any quantities for these?
    Thanks

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