Motorhead Posted 7 May 2010 , 1:46pm
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i'm searching for a tasty marble cake recipie. one that will hold up to fondant covering...i've been asked to make a hockey puck out of marble cake. i've tried a few recipies-1 from all recipies (didn't like that one at all!!) and a couple others-but just not satisfied with them. anyone have a tried and true they could share?

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RafaelLogrono Posted 8 May 2010 , 3:25pm
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I have the most delicious marble cake recipe ever! Super moist and flavorful... Do you have Martha Stewart's Wedding Cakes book?? The recipe for marble cake thats in there is the one I use... All I do is fondant cakes, so no worries there... Send me your e-mail in a message and I can send it to you, with the few alternations that I do. And for a filling, I marble the buttercream too, OR make a brown sugar dulce de leche buttercream that will compliment it perfectly!!

leily Posted 10 May 2010 , 11:36am
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For marble cake I always make my white cake and chocolate cake and then marble them in the pan. I already have a recipe for each that everyone likes so I just drop them in the pan with my portion scoop and then swirl before it goes in the oven.

indydebi Posted 10 May 2010 , 12:47pm
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ditto leily.....

white cake batter .... choc cake batter ..... mix.

I'm a box mix baker and my box mix cakes held up to fondant fine.

leah_s Posted 10 May 2010 , 1:53pm
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ditto leily and Indy. I'm a scratch baker and have no problem with using fondant on *any* cake.

tory24 Posted 15 Aug 2010 , 4:05pm
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Hi, Im also looking for a good recipe....cake coming up is a marble cake and I'd like to start making them from scratch...can someone send me a yummy recipe for vanilla and chocolate cake?
Any tips would be great too...Im just starting out and I'm a little nervous the cake wont be yummy and moist.


Thanks!

moemoe0617 Posted 10 Dec 2012 , 3:03am
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I am hoping you are still a cake central member.  I have a wedding cake this saturday and it is for marble cake.  Haven't found one that I think I really would like.

I am doing a small 3 tier, size 6, 8, and 10.  She only wants enough for 60 people.  Any suggestions. Wants it covered in a fondant as well and left plain with just 3 sating ribbons and bows on each layer.  Please help if you can.  Much appreciated.  My name is Mary.

ritterlorris Posted 21 Dec 2012 , 5:59am
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I want to know the recipe of black forest cake. Can anyone has the recipe? Please share.

 

 

maison a vendre
 

BakingIrene Posted 24 Dec 2012 , 5:48pm
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Please--if anybody is looking for recipes, use GOOGLE.  WWW.GOOGLE.COM  in your browser.

 

Into the search box type "black forest cake recipe" or "marble cake recipe" and you will get too many recipes to name.

 

If you are looking for a recipe that was specifically posted on cake central, add those words in the search box.

 

So then you choose a recipe by the number of comments.  No comments?  DO NOT try to use it first. 

 

And it is impossible to promise that YOUR cake will turn out like the recipe you follow--because we have no clue of how much baking experience you have, to follow a recipe with correct technique. 

Whirlwind Posted 14 Apr 2013 , 2:06am

ALol Irene, I see you're the google police on this website If everybody did what you suggested and just used google, there would be no recipes posted on here... And people (or I, at least) prefer to communicate with other cc members than read through comments on other websites (which is why I'm here) What's your problem with people asking for recipes? This IS the recipe section isn't it? Not everyone posts recipes here randomly (without being asked first) and if people are searching for it on google, all theyd find are your replies lol Jeez, why doesn't everyone think like you? Then we'd have NO recipes to search for Does it bother you this much to see a recipe request in the recipe section? Lighten up

leah_s Posted 14 Apr 2013 , 2:22am

AThere's just nothing special about marble. I encourage customers to create their own marble. Its just any two flavors swirled together. There's not a "marble " recipe. Chocolate and white, chocolate and yellow, strawberry and banana, orange and white - swirled together, they're all marble.

Eva2 Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 2:40am

ACan you please also send me that recipe for the marble cake. Thank you so much, Eva

melda5 Posted 7 Jul 2013 , 4:42pm

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Original message sent by RafaelLogrono

I have the most delicious marble cake recipe ever! Super moist and flavorful... Do you have Martha Stewart's Wedding Cakes book?? The recipe for marble cake thats in there is the one I use... All I do is fondant cakes, so no worries there... Send me your e-mail in a message and I can send it to you, with the few alternations that I do. And for a filling, I marble the buttercream too, OR make a brown sugar dulce de leche buttercream that will compliment it perfectly!!

I know this is an old post but would love to get your recipe aswell!! Thanks :)

manddi Posted 7 Jul 2013 , 5:21pm

AI don't understand the fascination with marble cake. Take 2 different flavors of batter, swirl them together, and like magic you now have a marble cake!

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