Marble Chocolate Cake

Marble Chocolate Cake Recipe

While most chocolate cakes are brown - because this is clearly the colour look at, Military Robots of chocolate - some chocolate cakes are almost black in colour. , Radio Controlled Jeeps And then there are marble chocolate cakes that combine a mix of brownish, blackish colours consider, Magic Tricks with an ordinary golden sponge cake colour. also see, Scrapbook Tips and Tricks

This more unusual recipe is for a marble cake that consists of all possible chocolaty colours try, RC Tank 1:16 mixed together in one tin to create a magical marble-like loaf.

This is not a difficult cake to bake, and the recipe is based on one that was published many years ago by Cadbury Brothers Limited, the British company that continues to bring us chocolate treats today.

According to a little gem of a recipe book which bears the stamp of this company (in the days when a hardbound little book of this kind sold for just a shilling), this particular recipe "appeals particularly to children" because it has this glorious white also see, Vintage Newspapers and choc-coloured mixed colour. have a look at, Tin Toy Collectibles

Marble Chocolate Cake Ingredients

225 ml flour
150 ml castor sugar
150 ml butter or margarine
1½ teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
60 ml milk
1 tablespoon cocoa powder
½ teaspoon vanilla essence
2 eggs


You will need a cake tin that has a diameter of between 150 and 200 mm. Grease it and turn your oven on to preheat to 190 °C.

Sieve the flour into a mixing bowl with the salt and then rub the butter into the flour, working it in thoroughly with your fingertips. Then stir in the sugar and the baking powder.

Beat the egg and milk together in a separate bowl and add the vanilla. Make a hollow in the centre of the flour mixture in the other bowl and pour in the egg and milk. Mix together well and then take half the mixture out of the bowl. Add cocoa to one bowl only.

Spoon the batter into the cake tin, taking it first from the cocoa mix and then from the other bowl so that you have a batter that mixes the "white" and brown colours have a look at, DIY Bathroom Design together. Make sure it is a random mix otherwise you won't achieve the marble effect. Push down gently when all the batter is in the tin.

Bake for about 45 minutes and then cool on a wire rack, and then slice up your marble chocolate cake.

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