Chocolate Marble Dulce de Leche Cake
- The Bundt pan I used is gorgeous when the cake is turned out, but difficult to cut into attractive slices.
- There is no vanilla marble component in this cake like the original because really, who needs vanilla when you've got chocolate and dulce de leche? You could divide the batter into 3 equal parts, and then have chocolate, vanilla and dulce de leche.
- The basis for this cake came from a cake in the book Baking for Friends which is a terrific cookbook.
- Remember when you spread the first layer into the pan, that will be the layer that you will see when you turn out the cake---you can reverse the chocolate and dulce de leche if you would like.
- This cake will freeze beautifully for about 6 weeks.
|Chocolate layer going in---I have to be honest, I just eyeballed the amount|
|You can just see the marbling down the center|