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Pumpkin Cake Roll


Pumpkin Cake roll

Pumpkin cake rolls is perfect for holidays and is a yummy dessert You can make it well in advance. It is thin sheets of spiced pumpkin cake sheets filled with sweet cream cheese frosting.

Recipe source from here

Ingredients
All purpose flour- 3/4 cup
Sugar- 1 cup
Pumpkin puree- 2/3 cup
Eggs-3
Baking Soda- 1 tsp
Ground Cinnamon- 1/2 tsp
Ground ginger- 1/3 tsp
Ground Clove- 1/3 tsp
Salt - a pinch

For the filling
Cream cheese- 8 ounce
Butter- 2 tsp
Lemon Zest- 1/3 tsp
Vanilla essence- 1 tsp
Confectionery sugar- 1 cup


Pre heat oven to 375 degree. Grease a 15-in x 10-in baking pan or a jelly roll pan.Line it with wax paper and grease the top of wax paper again and keep aside.
ix all the dry ingredients,flour,ground cinnamon,ground ginger,ground clove,salt and baking soda and keep aside.
In a large bowl beat egg till it is light and pale ( you an also separate egg yolks and whites and beat separately). Gradually add sugar one spoon at a time till it is thick and lemon colored. This will take five minutes. Gradually add pumpkin puree and fold in.Combine ad fold in gently the flour mixture in little additions. The batter at tis stage is light and will be little runny.
Pour this into the greased baking pan. Spread evenly with a spatula. bake this for about 10-12 minute or till tooth pick inserted comes out clean. The cake will spring back when touched.
Take a clean kitchen towel and lay it on the counter. Dust generously with confectionery sugar.As soon as the cake comes out of the oven flip it over the towel. Loosen the edges of the wax paper from all four sides and gently and slowly peel off the wax paper. Roll the cake up in the towel starting from the end that is towards you. Allow this to cool and refrigerate for about an hour.
Mean while using a hand mixer beat cream cheese and butter and vanilla essence till light and fluffy, Gradually add lemon zest and confectionery sugar till light and fluffy.
Carefully unroll the cake and spread this mixture evenly,slowly roll back again. Slice and serve


Sending this to 60 days to Christmas event
and to Akilas event at Learning - to -cook, Dish Name Starts with P
Try this
Hope you will all enjoy!

Comments

  1. wow Suja perfectly done roll cake and what brains you did it with pumpkin, cake looks perfectly moist and super delicious :) wish i can have some. But thanks for sending it across for christmas event dear :) love it so much

    Priya
    60 Days to Christmas
    Cook like Priya






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  2. Awesome clicks and perfect outcome..

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  3. This looks so yumm Suja. I love swiss rolls and that too with pumkin my fav. love the combo..yumm. Nice clicks

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  4. Yup perfect for holidays n perfectly made dear!!!

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  5. Mouthwatering cake roll suja..yum yum.

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  6. loooks absolutely great. been wanting to make a similar one..shall try it and let u know :)

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  7. Delicious cake roll,yummy & fabulous job :)
    Happy Halloween too!!

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  8. oh wow!!!! Mouthwatering here...

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  9. Thats a great work there..it has come out very finely..looks delicious..hugs

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  10. Delicious pumpkin cake roll Suja. Apt for occasion.

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  11. a killer looking roll suja; this one is bookmarked !

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  12. wow dear you made perfectly,luks delicious...

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  13. Very neat and perfect... Delish...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  14. Pumpkin rolls looks awesome.... If you like, you can link to my event too...

    Event: Dish name starts with P

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  15. Wow...Suja perfectly done swiss roll...yummy

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  16. Mmmm....Looks so good...very nicely made Suja

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  17. Yummy and I loved the presentation..Seems you are enjoying the season..Hope you are okay.

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  18. I love pumpkin.. we had pumpkin pancakes for breakfast today.. this looks tempting.. can't wait to try this.

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  19. Very attractive and beautifully done rolls, wish i get a slice now.

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  20. When i saw this recipe on FB i was sure that i m going to try this with a share of big pumkin i had here,but lazy me left the carved pimkin out too long ,postponing the cutting ,and by today it was too late,pumkin is rotten inside ! I had to throw that away :(

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    1. Halloween adipoli aayirunnu?hope you are ding well,FB il ammayude photos kandu,have fun dear
      Do this this when you get sweet pumpkin next time..it is a yummy cake :)

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  21. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments :)

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  22. That cake roll is absolutely spot on! Can't believe its homemade. Nice clicks :)

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  23. Picture Perfect and looks really delightful.. Am sure gonna try this one...

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  24. That's a great looking roll cake... Would love a bite.

    regards,
    russel of Chiropractic Care Center

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  25. This looks delish! I love pumpkin desserts. Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful week.

    regards,
    russel of Chiropractic Care Center

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