March 5, 2011

another jelly roll

Making quilts out of jelly rolls is so fun!  They are quick and always come out looking like it was one of the most difficult quilts around!
  Well, thanks to Betty Crocker, here's another "jelly roll" that is quick and simple too!
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Rainbow Sherbet Roll
1 package white angel food cake mix
1 1/4 cups cold water
powdered sugar
1 1/2 cups raspberry sherbet, softened
1 1/2 cups orange sherbet, softened
1 1/2 cups lime sherbet, softened

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Line 15 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 1 inch jelly roll pan with waxed paper.

2.  Beat cake mix and cold water in extra-large glass or metal bowl on low speed 30 seconds; beat on medium speed 1 minute.  Spread half of the batter in pan.  Spread remaining batter in ungreased loaf pan.

3.  Bake jelly roll pan 20 to 25 minutes, loaf pan 35-45 minutes or until top springs back when touched lightly in center.  Reserve loaf pan for another use.  Cool jelly roll pan 10 minutes.  Loosen cake from edges of pan; turn upside down onto towel sprinkled with powdered sugar.  Trim off stiff edges of cake if necessary.  Carefully roll hot cake and towel from narrow end.  Cool completely on wire rack, about one hour.

4.  Unroll cake; remove towel.  Beginning at narrow end, spread raspberry sherbet on one-third of cake, orange sherbet on next third of cake and lime sherbet on remaining cake.  Roll up carefully.  Place roll, seam side down, on 18x12 inch piece of aluminum foil.  Wrap in foil; freeze at least 6 hours until firm.  Remove from freezer 15 minutes before serving.  Cut roll in 3/4inch slices.  Store wrapped in freezer.  

66 comments:

krisgray said...

Yum! I should wait til after breakfast!

Had to share a story - in the LQS a lady in line told us how she mentioned to her daughter that she'd like to have a jelly roll for her birthday, so her daughter went to the bakery and got her one! LOL!

Eileen S said...

YUM! Will keep that in mind for the next family birthday!

Ankie said...

A very nice jelly roll.
Love all kind of rolls :))

Ankie said...

Looks tasty!
I love all kind of jelly rolls :)))

Donna said...

Your jelly roll cake looks inviting. I never can resist a jelly roll, the roll with linked edges.

MH said...

What a fantastic Jelly Roll-my daughters would love me to make this! Love the website-I've got some great bargains from you in the past; love the Aussie dollar!!

bairdmtn said...

That sherbet roll looks so good! What a great idea!! Thank you for sharing! I love jelly rolls because they male the most beautiful quilts and save lot of cutting time, too! Who couldn't use a time saver?!!!

peon41 said...

Jelly rolls--mmmm!!

jnpsk said...

Jelly rolls -- mmmmmm!!

lahowell said...

I read your blog! Please enter Me in your jelly roll giveaway! Laurie Howell

Karen said...

I am all ready a follower of your blog! Would love to win the jelly roll(fabric not from the bakery!).

Anita said...

Just finished a fun quilt using Moda's Shangri-La jelly roll. Sure makes quilting go quicker!

di said...

A jelly roll for your tummy besides one to help keep you warm. Can't get better than that. Cute pictures on the blog too.
Di

Lynn said...

I'm just starting to use jelly rolls and would love a chance to win!! Thanks for doing this.

Ann said...

Your jelly roll recipes looks so yummy! It reminds me of my favorite birthday cake when I was a child. My Mom would make a jelly roll cake using chocolate cake and chocolate chip mint ice cream. I guess you can say, I've loved jelly rolls since I was a child!

eamylove said...

This recipe looks so good! (Not too fattening, either, I'm guessing.) My birthday is March 11 - I should have this for my special dessert. (LOVE the funny story in comment by krisgray!)

Nancy said...

Love the jelly roll cake recipe and would love to win the fabric jelly roll!

Maureen said...

Love the recipe for the Sherbert Jelly roll...I just might try that!
Probably LOW fat and LOW calorie...Thanks for the recipe.

DiQuilter said...

Looks yummy....but my waistline only allows fabric jelly rolls....hope I win!

eburg dave said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe! Looks delish. And thanks for a fun blog to follow!

Patty said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe. Looks delish! Love the comment from Kris too. Quilters have such a sense of humor :)

dianne said...

i wouldn't mind a whole lotta either kind of jelly roll - both are real treats!

Melissa said...

I LOVE sherbet! This looks REALLY good!

Kathy Duncan said...

YUMMY!! I love jelly rolls....especially MODA'S!

Kathy Duncan

janet.lucas262 said...

I love jelly rolls.For the beginner, they take the angst out of cutting strips. For the more experienced, they are perfect for the quick project.... a new baby present, wedding gift, etc. Pair the jelly roll with the charm pack or layer cake and the sky is the limit. Wonderful marketing tool by Moda!

Maria said...

I love Quilt Patch Lane!!!!! :)

Terri said...

This looks very good but I think I will relace the lime with pineapple sherbert instead. This will be good to serve this summer when everyone wants a cool dessert. Thank you for sharing this.

Kathleen said...

I am so glad you mentioned using your blog. I never really saw the list of wonderful things you have on it. I can see you can learn a lot about what is going on-like your retreat. wow. Thanks for the nudge. Kathleen Howlett

Marcia said...

Currently checking out your Blog and entering the "jelly roll" contest. TIA

A Gal Who said...

Wish I lived closer to Washington (I live in NE Texas) so I could visit your shop. Looks wonderful!

Anonymous said...

really? waxed paper? and then you bake it with the waxed paper still there? you learn something new every day!
patti

Anonymous said...

I would never have thought to roll with the towel as part of the roll for while it's cooling.

Another great use for jelly rolls is helping to decide if the fabrics in a line will work for a large project. You can make a pillow or table runner to go with the quilt.

Tammy said...

That is so funny! Just want to say I love the Quilt Patch Lane. Fabric that I recently purchase from you was absolutely beautiful and the service outstanding! I'll be shopping again soon; maybe in person if I make over to that side of the state in a few months when the passes are clear!

Maureen said...

I would love to win a jelly roll!

Kathryn said...

That is a gorgeous looking jellyroll! Almost as nice as the Moda jellyrolls you sell...

Nancy said...

That is so pretty! I like the fabric jelly rolls the most, though.

kshackabq said...

That looks delicious -- and so pretty. Would love to win a jelly roll. Thanks for pointing us to your blog.

Ruth said...

Thanks for a different kind of jelly roll recipe. (Hope to get that other jelly roll, too!)

mariemccaulley said...

looks like a childhood favorite og mine- YUM

mariemccaulley said...

LOOKS greaat

Kathy Stuart said...

Jelly Rolls are great. I have to say, I love to use all of them in the roll in one quilt. These patterns are fairly easy for the beginners.
Kathy

Bruce said...

The jelly roll looks yummy. I love rainbow sherbet.

Quilting in the Pines said...

I check out your website often and missed seeing you have a blog. I'll be a new follower!

Martha C. said...

Love your online site! Visit it often. Will be reading your blog now. Thanks for the recipe!

Debbie said...

Would like to leave a comment to try to win. Is this where I do that?

kellee said...

Moda Jelly roll or Betty Crocker jelly roll...hmmmm both very tempting.

Evelene Sterling said...

I have never used a jelly roll would love a chance to win one. The recipe looks absolute scrumptious.
esterling9 at aol dot com.

Evelene Sterling said...

Oh by the way thanks for the contest.

Laura said...

Jelly rolls are great fun! Two fabrics I love that were featured in your e-mail this week: Max and Whiskers and Camelot!

Joyce said...

I enjoyed reading through your "Blog". Do you really really live in your store?? How cool is that. And your grandchildren are darling!

jeanne said...

I look forward to visiting your shop when I'm in your area again.

Prim2Pink said...

Ohhh! THAT LOOKS SO YUMMY!

Anonymous said...

Love the jelly roll recipe. I'll be making this soon.

Would love to win a free jelly roll. Someday I hope to visit your store during our travels.

Ann Post

Becky Carmichael said...

That jelly roll surely looks delicious! Looks yummy and very refreshing and just the dessert for Spring!

Becky Carmichael, Jeannette,Pa

hopemitch said...

I absolutely love jelly rolls - both types :)

One for a wish.. said...

This jelly roll is more likely to leave ME with a few jelly rolls! :-)

Looks yum, though

Beth said...

That looks so spring-y!

Kris's story about the jellyroll is a hoot. I think fabric is the only thing I would choose over a honeybun. :)

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

Y Galvin said...

I normally don't blog, twitter, facebook or any of the other electronically hip things to do now days, but I could not resist leaving a comment about your blog. It is one of the user-friendliest I have visited in a long time. Thank you from an non-computer-hip person.

PS: I like the sherbert jelly as well as Moda's jelly rolls!

Have bless day!

Anonymous said...

This sure looks yummy! I might try and make it for the kids after school to brighten up this gloomy day, thanks for sharing it. Julie Carman

Pat said...

I have no idea how to blog....this is my first but I'll try. With my body perhaps the "material" jelly roll would be best.

Beth said...

This looks so spring-y!

I think fabric is the only thing harder to resist than "real" jellyrolls and honeybuns.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

lindawwww said...

This recipe looks so good. I can't wait to try it!

wildflower00 said...

YUM!!! I know what Ill be making this weekend. Thanks for the recipe

angel45402 said...

Yummy is right....grocery shopping today for sure! There goes the diet....!

angel45402 said...

Yummy - grocery shopping today for sure. There goes the diet!!

Deb said...

Hmmm...this is an old post but I guess it's the one to comment on for the Fresh Flowers giveaway. I'd love to win the flowers for spring....and I'd love to eat this jelly roll spring cake, too! Thanks!