Step 13:

Using a rubber scraper, pour the jelly roll batter into the foil lined and greased cookie sheet.  Spread the batter until it is evenly spread.  Put it in the oven and bake for 17 minutes.
ok....just wrote down the ingredients.... i pray it comes right...looks pretty simple...but the comments below doesn't make it sound so. going to try right now
It came out nice...but i think my cake layer was too thick..and rolling was difficult...if you don't mind...could you give me the ingredients in grams or ounces? i took flour suger and everything that said 1 cup as 8oz...now i find out that is wrong....please help <br />thanks
The &quot;8 oz in a cup&quot; is a volume measurement not a weight measurement. Scoochmaroo has a great instructable on how to measure flour found here:&nbsp; <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Measure-Flour/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Measure-Flour/</a>.&nbsp; This should help you in your dry measurements.&nbsp; When I get to the point where I make some bread, I will weigh the 1 dry cup of flour in grams for you.&nbsp; Also, the pan I used was called 1/4 sheet cake pan, and it measures 12 inches&nbsp;x 17 inches (305mm x 432mm).&nbsp; It might be too thick because a too small pan was used.&nbsp;
Thanks a lot...does sugar also come under the same dry measurement or is it different.
Sugar too is a volume, not weight, measurement, but it doesn't have special considerations like flour. Just measure 1 level cup in a dry measuring cup. That will work. Hope it works out better next time.
Thanks :-)
I applaud your skills! I've tried making one before and failed miserably. Now I might try again.
It's very difficalt for me :(
This looks so yummy, I am going to be trying this :) Thanks so much for sharing &hearts; <br>
You are welcome. Thanks for looking.
First of all, what a great story! <br /> <br />Secondly, I want a better look at that mixer. I think I need one of those!
Thirdly, I have NEVER had success with an ice cream roll cake. I applaud you!
It's one of those things, practice makes perfect. Thanks for looking.
It's a Bosch about 20 years old. Love my Bosh!