Chocolate Chips Sour Cream Marble Cake

Yummy Bakes | 12:02 PM |
When I saw this cake at HBS, Wen's Delight, Bakericious and Hearty-Bakes, it looks like a big donut to me but on further reading then I realised its a delicious marble cake, fluffy and moist.  This is definitely a keeper recipe.


This tender-crumbled, lusciously flavored butter cake is such a delight! It actually slices like velvet, so yummy!






Recipe adapted from HBS and Bakericious

Chocolate Paste:
3 tbsp Varlhona Cocoa powder
3 tbsp hot water
* mix cocoa powder with hot water, stir till powder dissolved into chocolate paste.

Cake Batter:
250g Unsalted Butter (room temperature)
300g Sugar
4 Eggs
2 1/2tsp Vanilla Extract
210g Plain Yoghurt
420g Plain Flour
2 3/4tsp Baking Powder
1/4tsp Baking Soda
1/2tsp Salt
100g Dark Varlhona Chocolate Chips

Method:
1.      Preheat oven to 180deg C.

2.      Grease a 10" non-stick bundt pan

3.      Cream butter with sugar until light and fluffy, pale in colour

4.      Add in eggs gradually, follow by vanilla extract

5.      Add in yoghurt, continue beat till combined. Do scrap the bottom of the mixing bowl to make sure batter well combined.
6.      Sieve in the Plain flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and fold well.

7.      Lastly, mix in the chocolate chips into the batter and mix well.

8.      Take out 1/3 of the batter and mix with the chocolate paste mixture and set aside.

9.      Scoop in vanilla batter into the bundt pan alternating with scoops of chocolate batter to create the marbling effect till batter finish up.

10.    Bake till golden brown and test cake using a skewer about 45-50 minutes. 

11.    Once skewer comes out clean, remove cake from oven and cool on rack for about 15 minutes. 

12.    Remove cake from bundt pan and let it cool completely.
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10 comments:

  1. I love marble cakes! I love simple cakes like this! Looks wonderful!

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    1. kitchen flavours - this is indeed a nice cake - my only regret it took me too long to try this out having book-marked for long ago!

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  2. Tried this before, and love it!

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  3. Love the marble effect. Must be very soft with the yogurt added.

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    1. I was quite disappointed the marble effects didnt turn out well! Will try again.

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  4. i'm not greedy, can i have one slice of your big donut?

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    1. Lena, you definitely deserve more than a slice. Visit Singapore and I will be more than glad to bake this for you.

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  5. I tried this one from Honey Bee Sweet blog, it was yummy!

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  6. me too me too, i would like to have one piece too, can i? :)...i like the marble effect actually...:)

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