Hey everyone!

I love baking and I love chocolate cakes, and I also enjoy drinking matcha to my cakes. I thought, why not combine both of it? So I created my very own Matcha Chocolate Marble Cake Recipe yesterday and it turned out so good!

The cake tastes delicious and that's why I thought, I'm not going to keep my recipe as a secret. Today I will share it with you, so you can try it on your own.


I would like to say, that this is my first self-created baking recipe ever and I'm so happy that it wasn't a fail. Hopefully I will create some more in the future, which I can show you on the blog too!


  • 300 g Wheat flour
  • 30 g Cacao powder
  • 9 g Matcha powder
  • 180 g Sugar
  • 250 g Butter, softened
  • 125 ml Milk
  • 15 g Backing powder
  • 8 g Vanilla sugar
  • 4 Eggs


  • electric mixer
  • one big bowl
  • two medium bowls
  • kitchen scale (with Tare feature)
  • measuring cup
  • box-shaped baking pan (28 cm)
  • spoon
  • fork


Step 1


Put wheat flour, sugar, butter, milk, baking powder, vanilla sugar and eggs in a big bowl and use an electric mixer to mix them all together for one minute on low level and one minute on medium level.



Step 2


When everything is well-mixed, divide the mixture between 2 bowls.



Step 3


Stir the cacao powder in one bowl and the matcha powder in the other bowl and mix them thoroughly.



Step 4


Now you have the two doughs for your marble cake, the chocolate and the matcha one.


Step 1


Grease the baking pan thoroughly with butter and add the chocolate dough.



Step 2


Now add the matcha dough and softly swirl the dough with a fork to create a marbled effect.



Step 3


Put the cake into the oven and bake it for 45-55 minutes at 180°C (356°F). The cake is done, when a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean.



Step 4


Turn out the cake onto a cooling rack and leave to cool.



Step 5 (optional)


Version 1: Melt some bittersweet chocolate and pour it all over the cake. Leave time for the chocolate to harden. (That's what I did with my cake)


Version 2: Sprinkle the cake with some powdered sugar.


Version 3: Cover the cake with a frosting. If you're a super-duper matcha lover, you can also add some matcha powder to the frosting as well.


Now you're all done! Enjoy your delicious Matcha Chocolate Marble Cake!


I hope you liked this blog post, it's the first time, that I share something like this and like I said before, this is the first time I created an own baking recipe.


Thank you for reading and see you next time!

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