– Hey everyone. Its Natasha of NatashasKitchen.com. We’re making a moist
and melt-in-your-mouth, soft blackberry lemon cake roll. You’ll be surprised how easy this is. Lets get started on the fluffy
four ingredient sponge cake. Add five room temperature eggs to the bowl of your stand mixer, and beat on high speed
one minute or until foamy. In a steady stream, add 3/4 cup of sugar, and continue beating on high speed for another seven minutes. The batter will be thick and fluffy. (lighthearted music) In a small bowl, whisk
together 3/4 cup of flour, and half a teaspoon of baking powder. Then sift it into your
egg mixture 1/3 at a time, folding between each addition. Fold scraping from the bottom of the bowl to make sure there are no
hidden pockets of flour, and when you no longer see
streaks of flour, stop mixing. Right away transfer your
batter to an 18 by 13 rimmed baking sheet lined
with parchment paper. (upbeat music) Spread it out evenly with a spatula, then bake at 350 degrees
Fahrenheit for 13 to 15 minutes. My oven always takes
15 minutes to get that beautiful, light golden brown top. Run a thin spatula or
knife around the edges of the pan to loosen the cake. While the cake is hot
and just out of the oven, quickly transfer it to a clean tea towel, and peel off the parchment backing. Roll the cake into the tea towel, then set it aside and let
it cool to room temperature. The frosting is even easier. In a large mixing bowl,
combine eight ounces of softened cream cheese,
eight tablespoons of softened unsalted butter, and
one cup of powdered sugar. Start beating on low speed so you don’t end up in a cloud of powdered sugar. Then, once the sugar is incorporated, increase the speed to high and beat until its whipped and fluffy. It takes just two to three minutes. Set aside six of your
prettiest blackberries, and coarsely chop the rest. Transfer the chopped
berries into your frosting, and beat on low speed
just until incorporated. For the simple lemon
syrup, combine 1/4 cup of warm water with one
tablespoon of sugar. Then add three to four
tablespoons of fresh lemon juice. Stir it together to dissolve
the sugar, and set it aside. Now that our cake is at room temperature, I’m gonna carefully unroll it
and loosen it from the towel. Brush the lemon syrup evenly over the top. Next, spread the cream over
the surface of the cake. I’ve found that it’s much
easier to frost the cake if you place it in
dollops over the surface, and spread it out with a spatula. Now going in the same direction as before, tightly roll your cake into a log. Trim the edges if you like, to
make it prettier for serving, and so you can enjoy a sample of course. Then transfer the cake
to a serving platter, and dust the top generously
with powdered sugar. We have a classic Swiss roll, and you can leave it this way because it’s beautiful as is, but
lets take it up a notch. This topping is so easy and will make your cake a show stopper. Beat together 3/4 cup of
cold heavy whipping cream with one tablespoon of powdered sugar, on high for two minutes
until whipped and spreadable. Transfer that to a piping bag
fitted with an open star tip, and pipe six big, beautiful
flowers over the top. Garnish with your reserved blackberries and some lemon wedges and
that’s all there is to it. Oh, yeah. Something about the
combination of blackberry and lemon, just totally
makes my mouth water. Good thing it’s time for
the taste test (giggles) Here we go. Oo, and its so soft. Yum. Ah, look at that. Its a big piece, I know. Don’t worry, I got this. I love that this is staring back at me. Delicious. It literally melts in your mouth. This is so fluffy. Perfectly moist with that lemony syrup, and the blackberries in the cream just give it this burst of flavor. This is delicious. You guys are gonna love this recipe. If you enjoyed this video,
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to our Youtube channel, and thanks for joining me in my kitchen. (upbeat music) If you’re looking for really easy– no. If you want really easy cakes– no. If you’re– ‘kay, before you go, if you
want really easy cakes– No, that’s terrible. If you want some great cake
recipes, they’re over there. Okay? Bye. (upbeat music)