Do you have any leftover cake that you really need to use? Well, we have a great recipe that you could use for that leftover cake! Crumble up those cake leftovers and mix them with butter and make a delicious apple cake crumble! Whatever flavour that cake had will transfer over to the crumble as well!
You can make this recipe without the butter that you would use for the crumble, but it will “crumble” a lot if so. I had to go without butter due to having non in my pantry at the time of baking this recipe.
Apologies for the random casserole that appears during the YouTube video, it was purely accidental and YouTube won’t let me clip it out. This is due to the video being under 25 seconds long for some weird YouTube reason.
We hope that you enjoyed this recipe, if you did and want to bake more- we have a special apple pie that you might enjoy!
Preheat the oven to 175 C fan. Place a pot or skillet into the oven filled with water (please be careful when taking it out later since it will be VERY hot!)
Add the flour and suet together into a mixing bowl with a pinch of salt. (you can add the allspice here or add it on the fourth step)
Slowly mix and add the milk gradually until its a dough texture; not sticky or dry.
Roll out the jam roly-poly on a floured board then cut out three long slices. If you didn't add the allspice on the second step- you can add it here; sprinkle it over the pastry.
Spread marmalade jam over the pastry then roll up the pastry; squeeze the two ends.
Wrap the roly poly into baking paper with aluminum foil on the outside; make sure not to wrap too tightly then place in oven.
Keep in oven for 45 minutes then take out; make sure that the roly poly is above the steam on a rack.
Well we hope you enjoyed these roly poly’s! If you want the larger and non-bitesize version of the roly poly here is the article. But we also have a lot of videos on our YouTube channel where you can find a lot of cooking shorts!
You can multiple the number of ingredients in this recipe for bigger results or multiple poly’s. Replacing the milk with evaporated milk gives the dessert a much sweeter and more decadent touch. For my one- I used dulce de leche to top; making it much nicer and amazing.
If you enjoyed this recipe make sure to check out our other dessert recipes like our apple pie. Or perhaps you’d enjoy checking out our recipes on our YouTube channel!