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Marble Cake Recipe (Video)

This cake without baking with biscuits is ideal for any occasion, for example when you simply have no choice. 

How to prepare this recipe

The cake is a real weekend sweet, but many housewives are wary of it, quite understandably, as you have to make dough, make cream, and even bake it.
A cake without baking is very welcome during the summer, for example. It’s great when we’re bad with time or when we don’t know what cake to make. 

Here’s the cake, which is very easy to make, divinely creamy and delicious, and very simple as you don’t even have to bake it!

So surprise your loved ones (or yourself) with a beautiful cake that doesn’t even need to be baked – it will make it so beautiful and delicious that you’ll go crazy!

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Marble Cake Recipe (Video)

Cooking method: MixingWhisking
Cuisine: Other
Courses: Dessert
Difficulty: beginner
Prep timeCook TimeRest TimeTotal Time
40 min 360 min 400 min
Servings: 8 person
Calories: 449kcal
Best season: all

There is an extremely simple way to eliminate baking. Crush the biscuits into a powder, mix them with melted butter, and the dough can go to the bottom of the cake tin, all you have to do is put the cream on it.

With the thought of childhood, I made this super cake without baking with biscuits that is both tasty, good-looking and easy to prepare. It’s the kind of dessert you can make very quickly at evening when you get home from work. Put it in the fridge and the next day you will have a ready cake, like I did. I put it in the fridge, and the next day it was only good to be tasted.

Ingredients

For the base
For cream

Instructions

  1. Place the biscuits into a food processor and blitz to get fine crumbs.

  2. Add melted butter and milk to the crumbs and continue processing to combine.

  3. Add the crumbs to the cake tin and with a glass form the base of the cake. Place the base of cake into the fridge for at list 10 minutes. More is better.

  4. Mix the milk with gelatine. Set aside for 20 minutes, or until the gelatine will absorb the milk.

  5. Mix the sour cream (or yogurt) with condensed milk. Combine well with a hand mixer. Set aside.

  6. Whip the double cream until frothy.

  7. Mix and then melt gelatine in microwave (do not overheat!). Put in the microwave just for 10 seconds, stir, and if is necessary, but for another 10 seconds. Keep doing until the gelatine will be liquid again.

  8. Add the gelatine to sour cream (or yogurt) and condensed milk mixture. Combine well. If is lumpy (it is because the gelatine started to do its job) put in the microwave just for 10 seconds, stir, and if is necessary, but for another 10 seconds. Keep doing until the cream will be smooth and liquid with no lumps.

  9. Divide the cream into two equal parts. Add vanilla sugar in one part and cocoa powder in the other part. Mix well both parts. Cocoa is better if is mixed with a hand mixer, for better combine.

  10. Pour 6 tablespoons of cocoa mixture into the form on the cake base, then pour 4 tablespoons of vanilla mixture. Continue with 3 – 4 tablespoon of cocoa cream, then again 3 – 4 vanilla cream.
    Keep doing until the cream is used up.

  11. Create a pattern on top if would you like, will look even better.

  12. Allow cooling. Place in fridge for at list 6 hours, or overnight.

    Enjoy, Good Appetite!