Exotic Christmas Yule Log Recipe

Recipe c/o Del Monte.
Exotic Christmas Yule Log

Exotic Christmas Yule Log: To Try Out This Christmas. Happy Monday friends. So how are you today? Are you also looking for any new Christmas recipes to try out today?

If so, how about a Christmas Yule Log recipe?

Transport your taste buds to a world of enchantment with a Exotic Christmas Yule Log, a culinary masterpiece that redefines the traditional holiday dessert. Crafted with a blend of exotic flavours, this yule log is a symphony of taste and texture that promises to elevate your Christmas celebration to new heights.

Picture this, a luscious sponge cake rolled with layers of velvety coconut cream, accented by the exotic allure of mango and pineapple slices. Each slice is a sensory adventure, with the tropical notes dancing in harmony with the warmth of spices, creating a dessert that is as visually stunning as it is delectable.

This Exotic Christmas Yule Log is more than just a sweet treat; it’s a journey into the extraordinary. The exterior is meticulously decorated, embodying the opulence and festive spirit of the season.

Whether as a show-stopping centerpiece for your holiday table or a delightful gift for loved ones, this yule log is a celebration of flavours.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Exotic Christmas Yule Log Ingredients.
  • Secondly, Exotic Christmas Yule Log Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.

How Yo Make A Exotic Christmas Yule Log:

Do you fancy having a go at making this Exotic Christmas Yule Log? This holiday season, redefine your dessert experience with a slice of indulgence that transcends the ordinary – the Exotic Christmas Yule Log.

Serves 6

30 minutes preparation – 30 minutes cooking


  • 1 can of Pineapple Slices in Juice Del Monte
  • 1 can of Mango Slices in Light Syrup Del Monte
  • Peel of 1 lemon
  • 3 eggs
  • 30g of butter
  • 4 tbsp of milk
  • 10cl of single cream
  • 180g white chocolate
  • 50g of grated coconut
  • 60g of sugar
  • 2 vanilla sugar sachets
  • 1 tsp of yeast
  • 80g of flour

How To Make An Exotic Christmas Yule Log:


  1. Firstly, dice the mango slices and put them in a pan with the butter and the vanilla sugar. Cook for 20 minutes.
  2. Pre-heat the oven to 200/220 degrees. Separate the egg yolks from the egg whites. Mix the yolks with the caster sugar and the lemon zest. Add the flour, the yeast and the cold milk. Beat the egg whites and add them to the mix.
  3. Spread the mix obtained on baking paper previously buttered and placed on a baking sheet. Bake for 10 minutes.
  4. Remove the biscuit from the sheet onto a wet kitchen towel, roll it and let it cool down. Unroll the biscuit, spread the mango compote and the pineapple pieces, and roll the biscuit again.
  5. Melt the white chocolate with the cream and 35g of grated coconut. Cover the biscuit with the mix then sparkle with the rest of grated coconut.
  6. Last but not least, leave the yule log at least 6 hours in the fridge before serving.

Exotic Christmas Yule Log: Recipe c/o Del Monte. So what do you think? Do you also fancy trying this recipe? Because I know I would love to try a slice or two of this one.

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Lily Vanilli’s Festive Trifle. Firstly, we love making trifles at Christmas time and today I have this delicious Lily Vanilli’s Festive Trifle to share with you. Lily Vanilli’s Festive Trifle. So yummy.

Traditional Homemade Trifles: Secondly, trifle anyone? We love making fun large or mini trifles recipes up for a special weekend treat, party idea or to share over Christmas. Homemade trifles taste so good too, don’t you think? They always remind me of Christmas like every year when I was little you could guarantee a nice big homemade trifle on our Christmas tea party table. Then we would go to Grandmas house on Boxing day and she would have made one too. Homemade Trifle.

6 Trifle Recipes To Try Out: Perfect For Christmas:

6 Trifle Recipes To Try Out: Perfect For Christmas. Thirdly, we love trifles here. One of my husband favourite treats. I love to make trifles recipes up and trying different ones out. Especially at Christmas. Something kinda special about making fun trifles recipes up. At the same time being very traditional. They always remind me of my grandma. Especially at Christmas. Because she made the most amazing trifles. She always made them at Christmas. Of course, they also remind me of being little, too. So every birthday party I went to had some kind of trifles or jelly and cream at them. 6 Trifle Recipes To Try Out: Perfect For Christmas. Of course, great for any party.

How Yo Make A Exotic Christmas Yule Log:

Fancy making a chocolate one too? Chocolate Yule Log: Christmas Day Sweet Freedom Treat. Chocolate Yule Log anyone? Yummy! Because a traditional Christmas has to have a chocolate log in sight!!

An indulgent looking chocolate roulade with a creamy chestnut filling and rich chocolate topping. Also sweetened only with Sweet Freedom syrup (made 100% from fruit) with no sugar added. Chocolate Yule Log.

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  1. Rhondda Mol
    14 December 2021 / 17:30

    This Christmas Yule Log looks delicious! Thank you for linking up at our weekly Link Party! You are being featured at our Wednesday Party #429 this week. Here’s the direct link to the post in case you’d like to share your feature
    Hope to see you again next week! Rhondda

    • 23 December 2021 / 15:18

      Thank you so much for the feature.

  2. Joanne
    12 December 2021 / 16:41

    That looks amazing!!

    • 23 December 2021 / 15:16

      Thanks for stopping by, Joanne.

  3. Decor Craft Design
    21 November 2020 / 10:00

    Beautiful and delicious looking dessert that looks perfect for Christmas! I’m featuring you on Happiness Is Homemade 350. Thank you for linking up! Have a lovely weekend!

    Decor Craft Design

    • 21 November 2020 / 18:09

      Thanks so much for featuring my post hosting and stopping by.

  4. 16 November 2020 / 16:18

    Your post is awesome and thanks so much for sharing it with us at Full Plate Thursday,510. Hope you are having a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  5. Dee | Grammy's Grid
    12 November 2020 / 16:27

    YUMMY! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 18, open until November 26. Shared.

    • 19 November 2020 / 12:17

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by Dee.

  6. 7 December 2016 / 18:28

    This looks delicious! I wonder if another fruit could be substituted for the mango slices? I don't care for them.

    • 24 January 2017 / 15:36

      Yes you could change the fruit around to suit.