mocha-walnut marbled bundt cake

August 12, 2011 § 2 Comments

I made this after I came back from my trip to Korea.  I was so jet-lagged and sick when I got back that I wanted to go back to my life ASAP!  So I started flipping through Dorie Greenspan’s book again.  I love reading her recipes because she “takes me back to Paris” and especially my love for French culture.

I picked this recipe because I had everything I needed on hand—not to mention that I had been eyeing this recipe since I first got the book!  As always, I added a ton more walnuts than what the recipe calls for, but it was still pretty moist.  However, my marbling didn’t work out as she showed in her book (of course!).  To my defense, I did use one of the techniques she recommended.  Unfortunately, my marbling didn’t look like a ginko leaf in the middle—ooppss!  I looked online for other ways to marble, so this bundt cake might be revisited at a later date.

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§ 2 Responses to mocha-walnut marbled bundt cake

  • Judith says:

    This cake looks so yummy and pretty… and definetly moist…You come back tired and sick from a trip and decide to bake to get back to your routine…I wish I could do that. BTW did you guys finish the cake at home or did you take it to work?

    • i gave a few slices to some people at work, but we both took it to work for ourselves for snacks, too. the next one i make, i’m going to take the whole thing to work. the best thing about food is it is easily shared and everyone seems to really like dark chocolate!

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