Marble Oil Bundt Cake

Czech name: Mramorová olejová bábovka

Written by Katerina Bilkova

A marble oil bundt cake is a very popular dessert in the Czech Republic. It is baked in a bundt pan which has a traditional shape with a hole in the middle. The bundt cake with marble pattern is the most common variant and most Czech women know the recipe by heart. It belongs to the easiest dessert recipes and tastes really great. There are many variations of bundt cake, for example with nuts or raisins which are delicious as well.


8 Tbs Wondra instant flour
1 Tbs milk
1 Tbs cocoa
8 Tbs any cooking oil
5 Tbs crystal sugar
9 eggs
2-3 tsp of baking powder
unsalted butter and Wondra instant flour to grease the bundt pan


Preheat the oven to 300F  and grease the Bundt pan with unsalted butter and sprinkle it with wondra instant flour separate eggs beat the yolks with crystal sugar using a hand mixer or Kitchen Aid, and when constant beating gradually add the oil. Slowly add the flour mixed with baking powder. In another bowl whip the whites until stiff and fold them gently into the dough. Then in another bowl mix the cocoa with the milk and with one-third of the dough. Alternately add the two-colored dough into the prepared Bundt pan and bake at 300F for 45 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

You can sprinkle the cake with powdered sugar.

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