Serves 8
Syns per serving 3½
Ready in 45 minutes, plus cooling


4 large egg whites

145g caster sugar

250g fat-free natural Greek yogurt

100g fresh blueberries, reserving some to decorate

3 nectarines, stoned and finely sliced, reserving some slices to decorate


1 Preheat your oven to 180°C/fan 160°C/gas 4. Line a 24 x 30cm, non-stick Swiss roll tin with baking paper.

2 In a large, clean glass bowl, beat the egg whites with an electric hand whisk on a medium speed until they form stiff peaks. Increase the speed to high and add the sugar a tablespoon at a time, whisking for a few seconds between each addition, until smooth and glossy.

3 Dollop into the prepared tin, spread the mixture out evenly and bake for 15-20 minutes until pale, golden and crisp on top. Remove from the oven and allow to cool in the tin.

4 Mix the yogurt with the blueberries. Gently turn the meringue out onto a board and carefully peel off the baking paper. Spread over the yogurt and berry mixture, scatter over most of the nectarine slices, then roll up from the short side. Transfer to a serving dish and decorate with the reserved blueberries and nectarine slices. Divide into 8 slices and serve.

The roulade can be made up to 12 hours in advance. Keep it in the fridge wrapped in baking paper until ready to serve.

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