Friday, 1 January 2010

Chocolate Marble Cheese Cake

Posted by Sweeter side of life at 17:55:00
Hey everyone! Sorry for the late post!
Well this is a really nice cake : D
Why did i say so? It is a marriage of chocolate and cheese!!
You would want to just dig a fork right in there : D
It is very moist and flavourful. When i brought it to school to share with my classmates yesterday, it went out in a flash!! There wasn't even any left overs at home!
Usually the cakes i make would sit in my fridge for a few days but this time they were gone this morning! Although i remembered there was like half a cake left?

Alright, enough being said, here's the recipe.
(Use 8 inch round cake tin with removable bottom's best : D)
i used 7 inch and it took a whole 70 minutes to bake instead of the stated 45 - 50 mins
This is energy wastage! Lets conserve energy by using the right size!!
Preheat oven at 150 degrees C upon step 5 for 10 minutes
Cream Cheese Mixture
250g Cream Cheese, soften at room temperature
60g Sugar
1 Egg
Chocolate Mixture
180g Butter
150g Castor Sugar ( I used 100g, which was enough, i reduced 200 calories!)
3 Eggs
3 Tbs Cocoa Powder
120g Self-Raising Flour
1 Tbs Baking Powder
Grease and Line Cake pan, Seive flour, cocoa powder and baking powder together, mix with whisk, set aside
1. Cream cheese and sugar till fluffy
2. Add in egg gradually, beat till fully incorporated
3. In another bowl, cream butter and sugar till light and fluffy ( It might still look a bit grainy, but thats okay )
4. Add one egg at time, once fully incorporated ( It may take a while to incorporate fully ~ 5 mins)
5. Fold in dry flour mixture into wet butter mixture till no dry flour seen
6.Pour half the chocolate batter into tin, followed by half cheese batter
7. Repeat step 6
8. Using spatula, make swirls in the batter
9. Bake at 150 degree celsius for 45- 50 minutes
Note: This cake is not for the faint hearted : D

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