Top deck chocolate Marble Cake

Do you remember the bliss that was (and still is) *Top Deck* chocolate made by Cadbury’s? Imagine it – Cadbury Dairy Milk, milk chocolate with a layer of creamy white chocolate on the top deck… sigh, now I will spend the entire day thinking of milk and white chocolate.

Right – now that I have that off my chest – I can share a recipe that I found in the BBC Good Food Magazine (November 2012 issue) and that I made over the weekend to take with to a luncheon …and although it called for dark chocolate in the recipe – I had a yearning for some of the creamy white chocolate…

Marble Bundt Cake

marble cake ingredients

300g butter (softened)

300g caster sugar

6 medium eggs

150ml milk

280g self raising flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

100g dark chocolate (I used white)… chopped roughly

25g cocoa powder

  • Cream together butter and sugar in the food processor
  • marble cake food processor
  • Beat in the eggs, one at a time and then add milk (don’t be alarmed if it looks like the mixture has curdled, it will come together in the next step)
  • Divid mixture into 2 large bowls
  • Sift together flour & baking powder
  • Add half to one bowl with vanilla and chocolate chips (fold in gently)
  • Add the other half of flour mixture and cocoa to the other bowl (fold in gently)
  • Spoon the cocoa mixture into the 25cm greased bundt ring and then the vanilla/chocolate mixture
  • use a chopstick to whirl two mixtures together (without mixing!)
  • Bake for 50minutes at 190C (until skewer comes out clean)
  • Leave to cool in the tin for 30minutes
  • marble cake final

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