Saturday, 7 May 2011

.Thermomix Cooking - Marble Cake.

We rate this marble cake pretty high.  The recipe originally came from a cooking magazine and I adapted it to the thermomix.  Very quick and easy, lovely and moist and stays fresh for days.

Marble Cake
180g butter
1 tsp vanilla
220g sugar
3 eggs
300g self-raising flour
160g milk
1 Tbs vinegar

3 Tbs cocoa
Pink food colouring


Place first 7 ingredients into TM bowl.  Blend together on speed 5 for 1 minute.
Divide mixture into three portions.  Place two portions in small mixing bowls and leave the third in the TM bowl.
Add cocoa to TM bowl.  Mix on speed 5 for 10 seconds.
Add a few drops of pink food colouring to one of the extra bowls.  Stir through.
Alternately drop spoonfuls of all three mixtures into a greased and lined loaf pan.  Continue until all mixture is used up.
Create marbled effect by swirling a skewer back and forth through the mixture a few times.  Tap pan on bench to evenly distribute mixture.
Bake in a moderate oven for 1 hour - check to see if it is cooked, it may need an extra 10 minutes or so.
When cold, ice with pink icing.



9 comments:

Anonymous said...

what size baking tin did you use?

make it perfect said...

hmmm...not sure exactly - just regular sized pan? Not huge, I don't think you could get a loaf pan smaller than the one I used if that helps!

Nettie's Blog said...

looks yummy....

Rie said...

I agree, it does look yummy!

the woodwards said...

In my house, We wouldn't need it to be "fresh for days".. only about 1hr!! :)

Midwest Magnolia - Melissa Lewis said...

Um...pretty and yummy! Wouldn't last long in my house for sure.

Anonymous said...

I've got one of these in the oven right now! Except I accidently used purple colouring instead of pink! Am sure no one will complain! First marble cake I've ever made, so pretty excited! Linda xxx

Down that Little Lane said...

Oh to have a Thermomix..lucky you x

Anonymous said...

the cake is in the oven, can i just say that that was the best cake batter I ever tasted. I can't wait until the cake is done.

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