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Slimming World Black Forest Roulade

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Slimming World Black Forest Roulade

Here is a recipe for a guilt free sweet treat – a Slimming World Black Forest Roulade!

Slimming World Black Forest Roulade

6 Large Eggs, separated
100g Caster Sugar
8 Tbsp Sweetener
50g Cocoa Powder
100g Fat Free Fromage Frais
200g Quark
175g drained canned black cherries in natural juice
1 level Tsp cocoa powder to dust

Preheat the oven to 180 degreesC / Gas 4
Line a 30x20cm baking tin with parchment
Whisk together the egg yolks, sugar and 5 tablespoons of the sweetener until thick and pale
Sift in the cocoa then fold together using a metal spoon
Whisk the egg whites in a separate bowl until just stiff and fold into the egg yolk mixture
Spoon this mixture into the prepared tin and bake for around 15 minutes until set and springy to the touch. Leave to cool in the tin
Place a large sheet of baking parchment on a work surface. Turn the sponge out onto it, peeling away the lining paper
Whisk the fromage frais with the quark and the remaining sweetener and carefully spread over the sponge
Scatter the cherries over the surface
Lift one end of the parchment and roll the sponge, using the paper to help
Place the roulade seam side down on a platter and chill for about 2 hours
Dust lightly with cocoa powder and serve, cut into thick slices

Don’t worry if the sponge cracks when you are rolling the sponge, this is normal. This roulade will serve 8 and is 4 Syn per serving on all Slimming World choices.

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Comments to Slimming World Black Forest Roulade

  • Oh my goodness, this look so tasty. I’m very jealous as I can’t eat eggs. Black cherries are so yummy.

    Bek Dillydrops 23rd July 2015 9:58 am Reply
  • Oh this looks absolutely delicious! I shall have to bookmark it and give it a go!

    Erika 23rd July 2015 11:09 am Reply
  • That looks so good! I need to make that 🙂 Thank you for sharing.

    Emily 23rd July 2015 2:39 pm Reply
  • That does look delicious. Love that it’s not high in calories.

    Erica Price 23rd July 2015 2:41 pm Reply
  • Oh my word that’s Slimming World friendly??!!

    I know somewhere I can pick black cherries so I could try it out with fresh ones. It looks utterly delicious.

    Liz Burton 23rd July 2015 4:27 pm Reply
    • It’s definitely Slimming World friendly!! I just have to have diet friendly puddings as I have such a sweet tooth!

      Nadine Hill 23rd July 2015 7:37 pm Reply
  • That looks delicious – I’d want to eat it all x x

    Cass@frugalfamily 23rd July 2015 7:38 pm Reply
  • This looks absolutely delightful, my mouth is watering.

    Stephen 23rd July 2015 8:51 pm Reply
    • Thank you!

      Nadine Hill 24th July 2015 9:30 am Reply
  • Oh my, this looks amazing – I can almost taste it

    Kara 24th July 2015 8:48 am Reply
    • Thank you – I was really happy with the result!

      Nadine Hill 24th July 2015 9:29 am Reply
  • what magic is this looks yummy I must try this

    Ninajcat 24th July 2015 8:54 am Reply
    • Oh do! It’ll become a firm favourite!

      Nadine Hill 24th July 2015 9:29 am Reply
  • Ohh that looks so good ozzing the cherries. Super yum. Mich x

    Michelle Twin Mum 24th July 2015 5:18 pm Reply

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