Eggless Marble Chocolate Cake


Eggless Marble Chocolate Cake is a crumbly, soft and moist cake. The cake is a great accompaniment to coffee. It can even be served with a dollop of ice cream.

Pinktober is here! Yes October every year is earmarked as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For me it’s even more important to associate myself as I’ve seen 2 cases in immediate family on both sides (my husband & my side) in last 2 years fight through Breast Cancer. I had a scare 1 month ago, thankfully it was nothing but just sebaceous glands hardening due to breast-feeding! Thank God for that! When you can’t cure it, early detection is the key to best treatment possible. I am a woman AND now I’m a mother to a daughter, I owe it to her & myself to be aware of & support. This cake is for her & for every girl-child out there. Be Pink, Be Aware!

I was planning to bake this cake for my birthday but ended up making Eggless Pineapple Flower Gateau for blah blah reasons. But so what, here I am with the cake! I like making eggless versions of cake which always do not use condensed milk. This is one such cake which doesn’t call for it. I’ve made this cake many times & all those times, I have not got a single slice to eat. It gets over before I can reach for it. It is a very soft & crumbly cake with excellent taste.

My maternal aunt is a great cook, her food is really spicy & tasty. Getting her to appreciate something is next to impossible. This cake did the impossible. I made & carried over this cake to her place. She loved it so much that she sent her servant to the nearby market to get all the ingredients & asked me to re-make it. Sadly the electricity went off & I couldn’t oblige but next time when I met her, I had to fall in line. :) At the end of my annual visit to my mother’s house, I have to bake & leave this cake behind for my nephew to enjoy it. I can cite many examples of people falling in love with this cake and asking for more & more!

Eggless Chocolate Swirled Cake
Eggless Chocolate Swirled Cake

The only problem I’ve had with this cake is that it breaks on de-moulding every single time I have baked it. This time I baked it in 2 bundt pans (1 mini bundt & another 4 cup bundt). I followed the instruction on Divya’s blog & the de-moulded the smaller one first & it completely fell apart on inverting on the wire rack. Then I decided to experiment by allowing the second cake to cool completely for 3-4 hours in the mould only & then inverted on a plate and not wire rack, it worked partially. The cake was intact but still a small part was left inside the mould. So, I’ve decided to try resting this cake in refrigerator for 1 hour before de-moulding next time. Hope it works then! I would welcome any suggestion or insight into breaking of this cake every time!

It is a great tea-time cake, tastes just awesome & mouth-watering. The 2 V’s in my life reacted quite wonderfully – older V traded dinner for whole mini bundt with a mug full of lukewarm milk & younger V licked of the glaze & left the cake for me. :)

Eggless Chocolate Swirled Cake
Eggless Chocolate Swirled Cake
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      Eggless Chocolate Swirled Cake

Marble Chocolate Cake

Eggless Marble Chocolate Cake is a crumbly, soft and moist cake. The cake is a great accompaniment to coffee. It can even be served with a dollop of ice cream.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time40 minutes
Total Time50 minutes
Course: Baking, Snack
Cuisine: Vegetarian
Keyword: Bakery, chocolate, Coffee, cupcake, eggless
Servings: 1 medium bundt cake


  • cups all purpose flour
  • ½ cup whole wheat flour
  • 3 tbsp milk powder
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • ½ cup unsalted butter softened
  • ¾ cup sugar powdered
  • ¾ cup milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder unsweetened
  • 2 tbsp hot water


  • Preheat oven to 170 °C. Grease a 6 cup Bundt pan or a regular 7 inch round/square pan. I used a mini bundt pan & one 2 cup bundt pan.
  • Sift together all dry ingredients – flour, milk powder, baking powder and baking soda, keep aside. Pour hot water on cocoa powder and mix well to form a paste, allow it to cool.
  • Cream the butter and sugar till light and fluffy. Add the flour mix and milk alternately, starting and ending with flour to get a smooth batter. Add vanilla essence to the batter. Mix again. I added another 2 tablespoons of milk as I felt the batter was quite thick.
  • Now add chocolate paste to the batter with a spoon & gently swirl with another spoon to make marble effect. Do Not use the same spoon for marbling & also Do Not mix uniformly. Both vanilla & chocolate mixture should show separately as marble effect.
  • Pour the batter in the prepared pan & bake for 35-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. My mini was done in 20 mins & 4 Cups bundt was done in 40 minutes. Cool in the pan for 3-4 hours, then de-mould. Pour melted chocolate over it before serving.


The cake came apart after de-moulding, which I believe is due to too baking powder so I am going to try it out next time after reducing the quantity.

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  1. wht is apf

    1. Hi Swati, APF is All purpose flour or maida in hindi

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