Lately I’ve been getting this need to get into the kitchen. Maybe it’s because I am busy during the week with my day job, finishing at 7/8PM. I am readjusting my schedule to this new flow of workload so that I will be me baking during the day once again. Since I’ve been packed, it seemed that the perfect day to bake was Sunday. I walked into the kitchen with the idea of baking but didn’t know what to do. Then it hit me. I remembered that way back when TFK was just starting, I’ve previously made Marble Cake but didn’t get to take the pictures. Honestly, it was more that I was multitasking that I forgot to take the pictures, so I decided to bake the recipe so my family would taste it… And I am proud to inform you, my fellow foodies, that it is a success.It is Wednesday and there’s just two servings left. This is perfect as a Coffee Cake, and for those hot summer days, you can serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The trick is to spoon batter alternating the vanilla and chocolate batters, like a checkerboard. Then, with an offset spatula or knife, draw swirls to mix the batters. The cake will turn out marbled. You could also do this with different colored batters for a non-chocolate version of the marble loaf.
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