Marble cakes are one of the perfect choreography of balance between vanilla and chocolate.
Baked into small mold, those fabulous marble bundt cakes will soon become your favorite dessert.
I am not a baker. I have an incredibly sweet tooth, and no dessert has a chance with me to see daylight. However, when it comes to me baking, things are a bit different.
Baking is an art, a very precise art. A wrong measurement, and you can go from a soft, delightful cookie to a hockey puck in less than 60 seconds.
No room to make mistakes.
On the other hand, I love to play around with ingredients… not a good combination.
I was not always like that. There was a time in my life when I baked pretty often on the weekend.
I did not cook but baked. I even made my younger brother birthday cakes with homemade icing, not bad for a teenager who would burn water.
Chocolate puddings and chocolate mousse were my all-time favorite, and I would enjoy loads of them.
I guess I needed to make sure they tasted well, and two pounds later of chocolate mousse, I had the authentic “Crise the Foie,” as we say it in France, or “Liver Crisis” for all my Anglo-Saxon friends.
Hard to admit to my dad that I ate all that chocolate. Two whole pounds of delightful chocolate mousse…
He could not stop laughing as I was looking greener by the second.
Lesson learn, you think? Not at all. Still a member of the chocoholic club and proud of it. You should see my stash…
Back on track… Yes, baking!! With the Holidays nearing at the speed of light I guess brushing up on my baking skill is a must.
My first cookbook on hand, to my favorite recipe my finger landed… and voila… my favorite marble cake was looking back at me and telling me that she missed me all those years.
I happened to have purchased some cute individual Bundt cakes. Yes, sometimes I dream that I will whip up gorgeous desserts.
This is a close relative to the pound cake, minus the butter. Yes, you read correctly, less butter. In a half-hour, you have a very moist, delightful marble cake.
For fun, I baked it in the individual Bundt cakes; I must say it presented well and did not dry out.
I hope you will enjoy this recipe as much as I always do.
Bringing back fond memories and building a new one with my son as he sneaks into the kitchen to steal another Bundt.
If you enjoy this recipe of Marble Cake recipe, look at some of my other recipes:
- 1 cup unbleached all purpose flour
- 1 cup sugar
- ½ cup unsalted butter, softned
- 3 eggs, separate yolk form white egg
- ½ cup whole milk, room temperature
- 2 tbsps dark chocolate powder
- Preheat oven at 350º.
- In the bowl of your Kitchen Aid equipped with the whisk attachment, whip the butter until creamy. Add the sugar slowly and incorporate well. Add egg yolks one at the time.
- With the motor running at slow speed, add the flour and then the milk. Add baking powder.
- Beat the egg whites to soft peaks and incorporate them slowly to the flour mixture. Divide the creamy mixture into two bowls and add dark powder chocolate to one of the bowls. Mix well.
- Butter a rectangle baking dish. Sprinkle flour to the baking dish to cover all the butter with a shadow by shaking the pan. Discard any excess flour.
- Alternate dropping one tablespoon of cream mix, and one tablespoon of chocolate mix into the baking dish.
- Bake in the oven for 30 minutes before checking with a toothpick inserted in the middle to check if the cake is done. The toothpick needs to come out easily and with some cake crumble attached to it, but not liquid. Do not overcook as it will dry out.
- Remove from the oven and let it cool off.
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