03 October 2013

Raspberry and White Chocolate Roly Poly

Having seen the Great British Bake Off on Tuesday this week with its delicious pastries and suet puddings, I decided to make my own. I've used suet in dumplings before but never for a sweet dessert so I opted for a jam and chocolate filled version which the entire family really enjoyed!




Ingredients
300g self raising flour
90g sugar
135g suet
150ml milk
Raspberry Jam
100g white chocolate

Method
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
Combine the flour, suet, sugar and milk together in a bowl to form a dough
Roll the mixture out to around 20cm by 30cm in size
Cover with the jam leaving an inch boarder and then sprinkle with the broken chocolate
Roll from the short side and press the end down firmly to seal the filling inside
Place onto a lightly buttered sheet of grease-proof paper and seal it around the roly poly (I used bulldog clips)
Bake for 45 minutes until golden brown
Allow to cool slightly
Scoff!



Delicious with ice cream or custard.


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13 comments :

  1. think i will have to try making this now :)

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  2. Looks really good. May give it a try!

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  3. sounds a wonderful combination, will have to try it one day x

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  4. this is a perfect family pudding....and it sounds so easy! thanks for joining in.

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  5. oooooh this looks and sounds like a perfect flavour combination for a roly poly. mmmmmmm thank you for linking up x

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  6. Wow, I've never made roly poly as I wasn't sure what the family would make of it, but with the addition of white choc I reckon you're on to a winner.

    Pinned and Stumbled. Thanks so much for linking up with #recipeoftheweek. There's a new linky live now for this week. Please do pop over and join in :D

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  7. Oo chocolate now there's a winner

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  8. As it is chocolate week I am looking for chocolate recipes and inspiration! I am impressed, inspired and now drooling! WOOOO!

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  9. It looks lovely and would be nice with custard.

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  10. Another great recipe! I will have to try this soon!

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  11. This sounds amazing, I am going to try it.

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