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Recipe: Marble Cake

There is something incredibly comforting about a loaf cake. A slice served with a hot cup of tea has become an English ritual as the darker evenings draw in. Have a day baking, and an evening eating with this recipe from Falcon Enamelware.


Serves 8-10 Prep Time 30 mins Cook Time 50 mins - 1 hour


• 175g softened butter • 175g caster sugar • 3 large eggs • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

• 220g self-raising flour • 2 tbsp almond milk • 3 tbsp cocoa powder

• 1 tbsp hot water


1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C (Gas 4).

2. Grease Falcon loaf tin liberally with butter. Cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy.

3. Gradually mix in the beaten eggs and vanilla extract.

4. Sift the flour into a large prep bowl, then fold into the butter and egg mixture.

5. Divide the cake batter into two equal portions. Add the milk to one portion, stirring gently until combined.

6. Mix the cocoa powder with a splash of hot water in a mug to form a smooth paste. Stir this paste into the other portion of cake batter until combined.

7. Spoon three alternating scoops of each cake batter into the tin. Drag a knife through the mix in a single loop - left to right and then back again to create the marble effect.

8. Place the loaf tin in the centre of the oven for 50 minutes. Test with a knife. If it comes out clean it’s baked, if not return to the over for a further 10 mins.

9. Allow to cool in the tin for a few minutes and then turn cake out onto wire rack and leave to cook completely.


About Falcon Enamelware

Originally manufactured in the Black Country area near Birmingham, England, Joe Kleiner & Sons created the original enamelware brand, distinctively ice-white with the blue rim, the classic design is still instantly recognisable to this day. In 2011, the original collection was revitalised – creating new colours and cookware sets along with increasing the gauge of the classic mug, making the products more durable and hard-wearing.

As well as timeless elegance, Falcon Enamelware has enduring strength. Enamelware is porcelain fused onto heavy-gauge steel, giving it many admirable qualities - durability, smoothness and chemical-resistance. It can assume brilliant, long-lasting colours, and cannot burn. If you drop it, it may chip but it won’t break. Dishwasher-safe and oven-safe up to 530F / 270C, it can also be used on gas and electric hobs.


This recipe contains brand specific products.

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