This marbled butter cake is the simplest Marbled butter cake you can try in few minutes. For a sudden visit of a guest or a colour full birthday cake try this recipe. The results are guaranteed 100%.
I did this small cake for a friend who visited us recently. They all loved the cake a lot. The texture is really moist and soft. As you can see from the picture I have taken the cake is well moist and melt in mouth. The rich buttery texture of this cake is the secret to the taste and the texture.
Adding colours to this cake is up to you to decide. Always you can use brighter colours for a kids birthday cake. Not only that you can do one or two colours with too. Cut the cake in to two and add whipped cream or icing in the middle will give a fabulous look as well as the taste.
You can freeze this cake for several months. Cut the cake in to portions you like to serve and freeze them in individual bags for easy thawing. It stays in fridge several days or about one week and will stay out side about 3 -4 days.
The left overs of this cake can be served with cream or ice cream as a dessert. Kids will love the texture, taste and also the colours of this if you use this as a birthday cake. You can also do mini loaves for a FETE or even for school fundraisers. Doing cup cakes for a party will be fine with this cake too.
Recipe for the Marbled cake
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The cake looks like this when comes out from the oven.
This is a cross section of the cake.
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Sprinkle some icing sugar on top if you are not icing the cake…………………………
The Most beautiful Marbled Butter cake…………………
Madeira cake is a really moist cake that is very simple to make. The texture is very similar to a butter cake. Traditionally , lemon is added to the cake. So With the same recipe you can do two different types of cakes. Adding lemon zest gives a tangy fresh flavour.
This cake a real treat for an afternoon tea or even to go with a good tasting coffee. This can be done a day before for more flavour. freeze this cake up to three months . You can slice as you wish and pack in individual bags for easy thawing.
Butter cake is a popular cake in Sri Lanka. Its so simple and easy to make. I used to do this cake when I was 12 years old. Still I use the same recipe as usual. You can use this cake for birthday cakes and any cake that you want to decorate. It comes perfect. Any questions feel free to ask.
After doing more than 1250 recipes in YouTube I haven’t done this cake. I got so many request for this recipe recently. So I thought of sharing my secrets for a beautiful butter cake.
If you are a Novice cook remember these points please. First of all the butter has to be in room temperature. Using cold eggs will do no harm. If you are hand beating, the beating pattern should be the same.
- 125 g Plain flour
- 1 Teaspoon full baking powder
- Pinch of salt
- 30 ml Milk
- 125 g Butter (In room temperature)
- 125 g Eggs (Weigh with out shells)
- 125 g Sugar (Adjust sugar to your liking)
- 1 Teaspoon vanilla
- Preheat the oven to 180 C .
- Grease a baking tray 6 x 3 inch.
- Add Butter and sugar in to a mixing bowl and whisk until sugar dissolves and creamy and pale in colour.
- After add the eggs one by one and mix well.
- Mix salt, baking powder and flour together.
- Lower the speed and add in to the egg mix and mix well.
- Add vanilla and mix well again.
- Pour the batter in to the prepared cake pan and bake on 180 c about 30-40 minutes or until a skewer inserted comes out clean.
- Cool on a wire rack completely.
I like anything made of condensed milk. The sweet taste and the smooth texture of the condensed milk make sweets and desserts really appealing. I have done this cake in large amounts several times I am giving you a smaller size which you can always multiply as you wish.
For this recipe I used a small cake pan . The size is 6 inches x 3 inches. This cake can be frozen for several months. Make sure to slice and leave in snack bags for easy thawing.
- 100g self Raising flour
- 1 tsp Vanilla
- 1 Egg
- 125g Butter
- 60g Condensed milk
- 40g sugar (Optional)
- Add the butter and condensed milk in to a mixing bowl and whisk well.
- After add the egg and whisk again.
- Reduce the speed and add the flour and mix well.
- Put the batter in to a prepared tray and bake on 180c until a skewer inserted comes out clean.
- Cool on a wire rack.
- This cake is suitable for freezing.