Marble Cake. The cake just doesn't taste like marble cake and it is pretty dry not moist at all and I even added some oil. I am very disappointed in this recipe I will not use it again and I will have to keep looking for a good marble cake. On a separate note, I always thought these were called marbled cake layers.

Marble Cake

Are you team marbled or marble? After many, many versions of this Marble Cake, I'm so excited to share the final one with you. I've gotten lots of requests for a Marble Cake lately, so I knew I needed to share this recipe as soon as I had it right. You can cook Marble Cake using 10 ingredients and 5 steps. This is you can achieve that.

Ingredients of Marble Cake

  1. You need 5 of eggs.
  2. Prepare 140 gr of sugar (add more if you prefer).
  3. Prepare 150 gr of all-purpose flour.
  4. It’s 50 ml of milk.
  5. It’s 1 tsp of vanilla.
  6. It’s 1 tsp of emulsifier.
  7. You need 100 gr of butter (melted).
  8. You need 50 ml of vegetable oil.
  9. Prepare of (Combine both butter & oil).
  10. You need 1 tbsp of cocoa powder (chocolate paste: dissolve with 2 tbsp hot water).

Classic marble cake is a mixture of vanilla and chocolate cake that is swirled together creating a marbling effect. It's often streaked or mottled in appearance and contains more vanilla cake than chocolate. After toying with a new vanilla cake recipe that is supremely soft and moist, I decided to turn that recipe into different cakes for the. The best marble cake I've ever had.

Marble Cake step by step

  1. Place eggs, sugar, flour, milk, vanilla, emulsifier in a mixing bowl. Whisk with high speed until reaching a thick and fluffy consistency..
  2. Add butter & oil to the batter. Do not over mix..
  3. Take a small portion of batter and combine with the prepared chocolate paste..
  4. Pour batter into a baking pan then add randomly chocolate butter on top. Make a random pattern with a toothpick or any kind of thin stick..
  5. Bake (pre-heat oven at 180 degC) for about 45-50 minutes. ENJOY!.

And here's how you can make it. It's been a long time coming, but I finally have a marble cake recipe to share with you! This recipe is years in the making- in fact, I wanted to publish a marble cake in my first cookbook but couldn't perfect a recipe in time. (Though there is a marble pound cake. Since cake flour is so expensive I do not use it. I bake wedding cakes and have always received rave reviews for my cake flavor.