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Welcome to Slice of Pie! I'm glad you dropped by to visit. You'll find a variety of life styling ideas on my blog ... and lots of grand daughter pictures, too! Miss Phoebe is my best helper and we do lots of special things together. Make sure you take a look down my sidebar! Under the "You're Invited" icon you'll find picture links to dinner parties I've hosted. Under the "Good Food" icon, you'll find picture links to food posts I've done. I usually post a sidebar picture link to magazine articles I've written. You'll find something you like! Hope you enjoy and stay around for awhile!

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Celebrate with Chocolate Hazelnut Marble Cake!

I remember the first time I ate a piece of chocolate marble cake. I was too young to go to school and I was at a neighbor's house ... not a neighbor who would normally have helped my mom out by babysitting, so there must have been a reason why I was not staying with the folks who would normally have helped! Don't know ... but I know that she had a beautiful chocolate frosted cake sitting on the kitchen counter when I got there and wow, there was nobody there but me to eat it! I was the baby child of five and my mother baked beautiful cakes and pies, but they were quickly devoured by the hungry horde! When she cut that cake and I saw that, by some kind of magic, it was both yellow and chocolate, my mouth watered! When I returned home and told my mother all about the cake, she said ... "Oh, that is from a box mix" ... like it was nothing special! Mother baked everything from scratch, at the time! That changed!

Let me tell you how easy this Chocolate Hazelnut Marble Cake is to make. Use a box mix of white cake! Mix it following the directions and pour two-thirds of the batter into your prepared cake pan. To the remaining third of cake batter, add a big scoop of chocolate hazelnut spread ... and thoroughly blend it together. Pour the chocolate mix over the white and use a knife to swirl it around. There you have it! My hazelnut spread included chopped hazelnuts, but I threw in a handful of chopped pecans, too.  This cake is so good, it sure doesn't need any frosting, but I added some of the spread to the center of my sunflower shaped bundt cake. It was delicious and makes a really good celebration cake!

I'll be sharing this with a couple of the parties listed in my sidebar, but make sure you visit my home page to see some of my other posts!

Happy Fourth of July!


  1. Hi Debbie,

    Please place a link to Blue Monday on your post so that others can find us. Then return to link in again with Mr. Linky.


    1. No thanks. I list the parties in my sidebar, but if that doesn't work for you, I'll delete it.


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