Marble Cake In Deep Bowl

Decorating By bridinney Updated 14 Oct 2014 , 9:04pm by bubs1stbirthday

bridinney Cake Central Cake Decorator Profile
bridinney Posted 14 Oct 2014 , 8:38pm
post #1 of 2

AHi everyone! So I'm making a cake for my sisters birthday and she decided she now wants a marble cake. I am making a princess cake (the one where the skirt is cake) and decided to use a 750 ml Pyrex bowl along with two rounds. Has anyone had luck with making a marble cake in a deep bowl like this? Should I just alternate filling the bowl with the chocolate and vanilla and do the same for the rounds? Normally I just do a round and then cut it in half and layer chocolate and then vanilla and ect but that wouldn't work for this cake as the top part of the dress (the bowl) would be all one flavor as I'm not willing to make two and have all those scraps. Any suggestions would be great!! Thanks!

1 reply
bubs1stbirthday Cake Central Cake Decorator Profile
bubs1stbirthday Posted 14 Oct 2014 , 9:04pm
post #2 of 2

I baked a marbled banana and chocolate cake in my big Pyrex bowl - I baked it on a lower temperature than normal and covered it with foil from the start of cooking until it was nearly done. I find that any cake I bake in my pyrex bowls have a big tendancy to stick so I learnt the hard way that I need to line the bowl well with baking paper.

Quote by @%username% on %date%