Paleo Double Swiss Rolls

Paleo Double Swiss Rolls

Paleo Swiss Roll Recipe. Chocolate in a double reasons to photograph it Roll Recipe collection consists of the way of your health and wellness progress. Chocolate Swiss Roll Cake Recipe (grain-free, Paleo) ? Vanilla extract80g Gluten Free Flour125g Lacto Free Double Cream2 very ripe large bananas85% dark chocolate, for grating and decorating250g strawberriesConnect with meSubscribe Twitter Instagram Facebook Blog Disclaimer: This recip.

This chocolate swiss roll recipe, decorated to look like a fallen festive log is a chocoholics heaven. It is gluten free, processed sugar free, lactose free, a breeze to make and utterly delicious! Go ahead and give it a try! Have you seen my last recipe video? Want to know more about my style? What do I get up to on weekends? Ingredients4 large eggspinch of salt110g Agave Nectar1tsp Vanilla extract80g Gluten Free Flour125g Lacto Free Double Cream2 very ripe large bananas85% dark chocolate, for grating and decorating250g strawberriesConnect with meSubscribe Twitter Instagram Facebook Blog Disclaimer: This recip. This delicious, paleo, gluten free swiss roll uses potato flour to achieve a light, airy and scrumptious result.   Turn the cake super celebratory by melting quality dark chocolate in a double boiler, and spreading over the top of the rolled-up cake, letting some drizzle down the sides. If I’m going to bake, I’m going to bake, albeit gluten free but Paleo and baking just don’t go together. Surely the Roulade’s cousin, the Swiss Roll, could be accomplished gluten free?

Paleo Double Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti. If you haven’t noticed, I’m a complete chocoholic. Chocolate Swiss Roll Cake Recipe (Grain-Free, Paleo). A chocolate swiss roll cake is very simple to make and you can flavor the whipped cream however you want – orange liquor, almond extract, peppermint or maybe a splash of amaretto. Take a 33x23cm Swiss roll tin or baking tray and cut a double layer of non-stick baking parchment slightly bigger than the tin. Lay the parchment in the tin. If you double the batter, you won’t need to double the filling, but you will need to double the topping.

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