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Jam Roly Poly. Classic British comfort food. Jam (jelly) baked in rolled suet pastry that's served as a dessert with custard. Perfect for cold evenings and a favourite with kids for generations.

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Jam & white chocolate roly-poly

Ask for some of our suet to make this modern update of traditional English Jam & white chocolate roly-poly

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Jam Roly-Poly Recipe without Suet

Anyone else love old-fashioned frugal recipes without the processed ingredients? This is her great-grandmother's jam roly-poly recipe made during the war time rationing. You can change the flavor by the jam. This is going in our holiday baking! Great way to use up jam and no extra sugar. Yumm!

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Jam roly-poly

Jam roly-poly - the ultimate comfort dessert, serve with extra warmed jam and lashings of good custard

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Jam roly-poly

Jam roly-poly | Try The Hairy Bikers’ recipe for a homemade version of this childhood classic. Serve with plenty of custard.

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South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert

Keep this recipe for cold days! Everone loves it, and in South Africa it is a traditional favourite. You must have this at hand, as it is easy and quick and a delight, served as is or with ice cream or custard. Please note that I did two step-by-step photographs, which youll find if you click on photos. One shows how to roll up the dough, and the 2nd what the pudding and sauce look like before going into the oven.

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Jam roly-poly

Jam roly-poly A classic British dessert, this jam roly poly is tasty and cheap at just 20p a portion. Get that rolling pin ready!

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Jam roly poly

Learn how to prepare Six Minute Roll. Mix the flour with the sugar, salt and baking powd...

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The Serious Eats Guide to British Sweets

Recipe 54: Jam roly poly. Isabella Beeton. 1861. Beeton's Book of Household Management. England. THE guide on how to be a TRUE Victorian w/ over 2,000 recipes and 1,000 pages! Continual updates keep it current but the original gives a clear picture of mid/upper class society.

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