Mini Marble Cakes covered with chocolate

Sometimes simple is the best. I make so many complex recipes, but sometimes the homemade cakes are the ones we love the most.

This is exactly the case for my marble cake, rich in chocolate and butter that has become a favorite among our friends.


This time I decided to make it in my favorite mold whose creation was my joint project with Silikomart. You can read more about this amazing project here.

Of course it can be prepared in any other form you choose, for example mini Kugelhopf mold.

 

Mini Marble Cakes covered with chocolate
6-8 mini cakes

Ingredients

120 g (10 Tbs) dark chocolate
150 g (2/3 cup) cream
150 g (10 Tbs) butter, softened
190 g (1 cup) sugar
1/2 vanilla bean
3 eggs
225 g (2 cups) self-rising flour
150 g (2/3 cup) cream
q.s. chocolate (dark, milk, white)

 

Preparation

1. Preheat the oven to 180°C.

2. In a small pan heat dark chocolate and the cream, till chocolate is melt. Mix until combined, cool to room temperature.

3. Using an electric mixer, beat butter, sugar and vanilla until obtain a light and fluffy preparation.

4. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition.

5. Sift half the flour over butter mixture. Stir to combine. Add half the cream. Stir to combine. Repeat with remaining flour and cream.

6. Take 5-6 spoons of this mixture and add to the chocolate and cream mixture. Mix until combined.

7. Put each mixture in a separate pastry bag.

8. Pipe into the mould a layer of “white” mixture, on this layer pipe “brown” mixture and finish with another layer of “white” mixture.

9. Bake for about 30 minutes.

10. Cool to room temperature. Take cakes out of the mold.

11. Melt and temper the chocolate.

12. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Dip each cake into melted chocolate. Transfer to the baking sheet.

Comments

  • 20 June 2020
    Gil

    Hi Sharon,
    I really love your recipes 😉
    and marble cake is one of my favorites so the idea of ​​baking personalized mini marble with chocolate icing feels like something that that I will be spoiled with soon
    Thank you
    Gil

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  • 08 July 2020

    Hi Chef:
    I cant wait to make this recipe, but I have a question: is your book only comes in hebrew, I havent read hebrew in a will but will be easier to read it inn english or spanish.

    thanks

    reply
  • 08 October 2020
    Nabila kaci

    Hi chef Sharon i realy Love your recipes and mi-cuit or chocolate fondant is one of My favorites. Thank you. Nabila kaci😉🇪🇸

    reply
  • 01 November 2020
    Simina Milesi

    Hi Sharon,
    Is it single or double cream that should be used?
    In the list of ingredients you mention cream twice? So do we need 300g in total?
    Thank you!
    Lots of love from London 😃

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      • 10 November 2020
        Simina Milesi

        Thank you, Sharon! What kind of cream is it – single cream or double (heavy) cream? 😃

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          • 11 November 2020
            Simina

            Awesome! Thank you for clarifying 😃

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