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chocolate cake roll


this is a delicious soft sponge-cake recipe. it received a reserve champion ribbon at my county fair. it is much healthier than regular cakes.


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  1. Preheat oven to 350f
  2. Line a 15x10-inch jelly roll pan with waxed paper
  3. Grease and flour lined pan
  4. Tap out excess
  5. In a medium bowl
  6. Combine flour
  7. Cocoa powder
  8. Cornstarch
  9. Baking soda
  10. Baking powder
  11. And salt
  12. Mix well
  13. In a separate bowl
  14. Using an electric mixer
  15. Beat egg yolks and 1 / 4 cup sugar until fluffy
  16. In a small bowl
  17. Using clean beaters
  18. Beat egg whites on high until foamy
  19. Gradually add 1 / 2 cup sugar
  20. Beating until stiff
  21. But not dry
  22. Peaks form
  23. Fold 1 / 3 beaten egg whites into egg yolk mixture
  24. Alternately fold in remaining whites and flour mixture
  25. Pour batter into pan
  26. Smooth top
  27. Bake until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean
  28. About 14 minutes
  29. Dust a clean cloth with remaining sugar
  30. Turn cake out onto prepared cloth
  31. Remove waxed paper
  32. "trim cakes edges"
  33. Starting with a long side
  34. Tightly roll up cake with cloth !
  35. Transfer cake
  36. Seam-side down
  37. To a wire rack to cool
  38. Unroll cake
  39. Remove cloth
  40. Mix whipped topping and chocolate chips together and spread over cake to within 1 / 2 inch of edges
  41. Re-roll cake
  42. Place seam-side down on a plate
  43. Refrigerate

Step 26

Total Time in Minute 55

Ingredients Count 10

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Cake flour

Unsweetened cocoa powder


Baking soda

Baking powder



Granulated sugar

Mini chocolate chip

Whipped topping

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