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Marble cake. A marble cake is a cake with a streaked or mottled appearance (like marble) achieved by very lightly blending light and dark batter. It can be a mixture of vanilla and chocolate cake. A marble cake is butter cake with mottled with chocolate or with streaks of chocolate.
I initially titled this post marbled layer cake recipe. My husband's favorite cake is Marble so I thought I could make one from scratch. Instead of the cake mix kind. You can have Marble cake using 8 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Marble cake
- It's 480 of gmz flour.
- You need 2 tsp of baking powder.
- You need 240 gms of sugar.
- Prepare 240 gms of butter(I used prestige).
- You need 4 of eggs.
- You need of I tap of vanilla essence.
- You need 3 tsp of dark cocoa.
- You need 1/2 cup of milk.
I looked everywhere online and found that different sights had this same recipe. Make your marble cake using a purchased cake mix. You can bake a round layered cake or a large single layered cake. Then frost the moist marble cake with your favorite frosting or ganache.
Marble cake instructions
- Sieve the flour and baking powder and set aside.
- Beat the butter n sugar until fine texture.
- Mix the eggs one by one.
- Add the vanilla essence.
- Then mix with the flour until the mixture is not too heavy or too light..
- In a separate bowl divide the dough into 2.
- One bowl add the cocoa (l mixed with milk) then mix with the dough.
- In another bowl let it remain plain.
- Pour your barter in a greased baking tin.. Start with the plain dough then the chocolate dough then again plain.. Until the barter is finished.
- Bake in the preheat oven for 30mis.
This homemade Marble Cake is so moist and and buttery. Easy marble cake recipe with deep chocolate flavors. This marble cake recipe features vanilla cake swirled with chocolate for a gorgeous marble effect. This basic marble cake is probably my favorite of all the cakes so far. Marble cakes made their way to America with German immigrants before the Civil War.