fudge marble cake


Can you use chocolate ganache to marble a vanilla cake? If not how can I make a marbled cake?


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Apr 22, 2010
Don't Make This Cake
by: Anonymous

This cake had no flavor. The batter tasted sweet and yummy, but after I baked and decorated it tasted awful! I waisted a lot of time and effort and my husband did not get the cake he deserved.

Dec 04, 2009
Marble Cake
by: Bud

Just remember if you make this in standard 9 inch pie type pan you will not see the marble effect as much as you would if you use a Bundt/funnel cake type mold. Have fun I will be making my first one with my daughter this weekend.

Apr 04, 2009
Marble Cake
by: Michelle (admin)

Ganache is usually only a filling or frosting.

To make a marble cake, you use two different flavors/colors of cake batter. So, if you want a fudge marble cake, you can use vanilla cake batter and chocolate cake batter.

Just add large spoonfuls of alternate batters to fill the pan then run a bamboo skewer through the mix a few times to 'marble' the batter.

Hope this helps.

Michelle (editor)

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