Marble Bundt Cake – Mramorová bábovka

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Ingredients:

Prep: 30 min.
Bake: at 350F for 40-45min.
Total: 1hr. 15min.

The bundt cake is smaller so it is better to use smaller bundt form.

1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup oil
3 eggs
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 cups all purpose flour
1 lemon for zest
1 cup milk
2 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder

Butter for buttering the form and flour for dusting the form.
Powdered sugar for topping

18 comments
  1. I would love to save your recipes to Pinterest. Do you think you will ever be on there?

    1. I am on Pinterest for some time already. 😉 Under each blog post recipe there are social media icons. Pinterest is one of them or you can look me up on Pinterest as well.

  2. Where are the directions printed?

    1. I am sorry but I don’t have the steps written down. Just instructions in the video and list of ingredients.

  3. How small should the bundt form be? I don’t want to buy the wrong size! Diky!

    1. The smaller, better. 🙂 If you will use bigger one, the cake would be just not as tall. I have just regular bundt form here in USA. In Czech we have smaller one. Both works fine. 🙂

  4. As much as I love your blog and your recipes I am really disappointed with this one.Babovka is dry and not sweet at all. Also didn’t raise much. But all your other recipes are wonderful.

    1. I am sorry to hear that! Hm that is strange, mine doesn’t seem dry or not sweet enough. But maybe because in CZ we are not used to too much sugar. I know the size is smaller because in US are much bigger forms. Next time try to mix baking powder with flour not put it into liquid. Another thing please make sure the baking powder is not expire. You can add sugar next time. I hope it will come out better. Another suggestion you can put frosting on whole bundt cake which will make it moist. Sometimes I do and it is delicious.

  5. I never ever can do baking until i found this recipe. I love this!!i follow every single step on the video. It came out so delicious, fluffy and sweet. My boyfriend is from czech and he loves loves it. Thank you again.

    1. Aww! That is wonderful! I am glad to hear you enjoyed it.

  6. Are pumpkins grown much in the Czech Republic or Slovakia? Would they ever bake a pumpkin bundt cake? Would you have a recipe for one? Would you have a recipe using a cake mix and then adding the pumpkin and some spices? Hope so. Thanks Karolinka

    1. Pumpkins are not something we actually grow much. I don’t even remember seeing them growing up. Now it is little more common to see them around in stores and there are more recipes showing up. I don’t have any so I won’t be much help here. Wishing you will be able to find some.

  7. Dobry den,
    moje maminka shani vase recepty na internetu v Cestine.
    Nasmerujete me prosim Vas, kde hledat ?
    Diky moc

    1. Dobrý den, videa jsou v angličtině. Na stránce ale mám Google překladač na prave straně, kde se dá nastavit čeština. A to pak přeloží seznam surovin.

  8. Krystynko dneska jsem upekla tuto bábovku přesně podle tvého a byla absolutně nejlepší co jsem kdy měla! Děkuji jsi fakt šikulka!

    1. Jee, tak to jsem rada! ☺️

  9. I got a bundt pan for my birthday and the first thing I made was this cake. That was a couple of weeks ago. I’ve made THREE of these since then! And there are just two of us at home. Needless to say, this cake is delicious, a perfect consistency, and very easy to make. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!

    1. That makes me so happy to hear! Glad you are enjoying it. 🙂

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