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CMCO - Banana Marble Butter Cake

LET'S BAKE...  This time we followed Sonia's blog, I told my girl that this blogger's recipe can never go wrong.  Recently she has been trying to bake a sponge cake using don't-know-whose recipes and it did not turn out well as supposedly. Sometimes it is hard to explain why it does not turn out though we followed strictly to the recipe.  Something is wrong somewhere.... 

Anyway, she tried again.... something different, no more sponge cake but Banana Marble Butter Cake.  I myself have not done this before so I just helped around as a kitchen assistant and at the same time, just look-see, not oversee...that is a big difference!  LOL... 

Recipe can be taken from Sonia's blog here.... 
Only the end part, I wanna learn... LOL... 
So this is how marble cake is done?
Separate the two portions of batter...
One part add in 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder.... 
Actually we can do our own design.... 
Twirl it here and there also can.... 
The end product...
Only six inches in diameter cake..
That is what I like...
Can finish in one day or two the most!
Eat while it is warm... very nice aroma smell of the banana/cocoa/butter...


My weighing machine stated that I have now increased two kg since the CMCO was implemented last week.  I think I wanna chuck my machine into the store room where I won't be tempted to weigh myself everyday!!

Comments

  1. LOL! someone started to gain weight with all the good food from the master chef....I wish I can have a piece of that home-baked marble cake!

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  2. I love marble cake, not really into banana but never had them combined. Would love to try but too bad I'm so far away! LOL!!!

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  3. Oh, your marble cake looks delicious ... it looks good too. Unlike you, I just want to gain weight :).

    Greetings.

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  4. Your marble cake looks so tasty! Yummy!

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  5. Yum, it looks so delicious! Here people are gaining weight, so it is called The Covid 15.

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  6. The marble cake looks beautiful and yummy. Chuck your weighing machine away. Just relax and enjoy your food.

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  7. I love banana cake...and I love marble cake (but really dislike carrot cake that happens to be in your post today...hehe!). Put the two together...banana marble cake...double love-lah! I see your cake turned out really nice from the cross-section.

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  8. Wow your girl is really talented, same here i can finish the cake in a day or two.

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