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As a kid growing up in the midwest, bundt cakes were something I’d see at almost all potluck suppers.
Apparently, these round cakes with the hole in the middle were insanely popular amongst the church folks, and for good reason, too! I love me a bundt cake and so does my family. my mother makes them all the time. This marbled version is not only tasty with the flavors of both chocolate and vanilla but it looks pretty, too. Once you cut into this cake you are met with a lovely marbled presentation that is simply breathtaking.
The recipe on the next page is not hard to follow and only requires a handful of ingredients.
Let me know how you like this recipe in the comment section below. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: Fill the middle of the bundt cake with fruit for an adorable presentation.