Chocolate Bar Cake

Is there anything better than adding Mars chocolate bars into a bundt cake? The caramel and the chocolate of the chopped Mars bar melt perfectly into the dough which gives this bundt cake it’s incredibly moist texture. This cake could easily compete with many filled cakes but it’s much easier to make.

Just mix everything in a bowl and pour the dough into a beautifully shaped bundt cake pan. When you can smell the mouth-watering scent from the oven the cake is almost done. Make sure to check with a tester, for example a cocktail stick, when the cake is perfectly baked. When some moist cake crumbs still stick to the tester the cake is ready.

Don’t over bake so that the cake doesn’t dry. Let the cake cool in the pan for about 5 minutes before turning it onto a serving plate. You can decorate the cooled cake with icing sugar but I recommend to eat the cake when it’s warm. It’s insanely delicious.



15 min + 1 h baking
10 pieces

7 1/2 dl all-purpose flour
4 1⁄2 dl granulated sugar
1 1⁄2 tsp baking soda
1 1⁄2 tsp vanilla sugar
1/2 tsp salt
3 eggs
400 g natural yoghurt
300 g butter
4 chopped Mars chocolate bars

Icing sugar



Preheat the oven to 175 degrees celsius. Butter and flour the bundt cake form with all-purpose flour.

Mix all the dry ingredients. Mix the eggs, yoghurt and melted butter. Add the dry ingredients into the dough through a sieve. Fold in the Mars chocolate bar pieces.

Pour the dough into the cake form. Bake on the lowest level of the oven for about 1 hour until only a couple of crumbs stick to a test stick. Don’t bake too long.

Decorate the cake with some icing sugar.

Valualumiini kahvikakkuvuoka Emma Ivane Heirol

Mars Chocolate Bar Cake

Bundt cake pan Emma Ivane Heirol kakkuvuoka

You can find the bundt cake pan from Emma Ivane X Heirol collection and from the shop page.

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