A Copycat Starbucks Marble Loaf Cake recipe that is simple to make and is even better than the coffee shop version. Perfect with a steamy cup of coffee and a rainy day. Copycat Starbucks Marble Loaf Cake

It’s a rainy Monday afternoon and I wish that I had a slice of this Marble Loaf Cake to snack on alongside my cup of coffee. It’s a perfect day for lots of coffee, the couch, and a movie. I made this recipe a long time ago before we even moved out of our Cape Cod house. I knew that I would be without a kitchen for awhile so I got as ahead of the game as I could. Anyway, I had a piece of the Starbucks version last weekend. Let me say, I would pick mine over theirs any day. This one is moist and flavorful, the one that I had a few bites of notsomuch.

Here in Germany, the baked goods are so incredible that it is funny to even buy one at a Starbucks, but after hour 16 of soccer, you do what you have to. Something that I LOVE about Germans is that they appreciate afternoon kuchen (cake) and there is a good bakery in every little neighborhood. Ours is right outside of the gate and you can buy freshly baked bread (and a half loaf, which is so handy), pastries, and cakes all day long. A personal favorite is a streuselschneken. It’s a cross between a cinnamon roll without cinnamon but with citrus instead and a croissant, topped with streusel and a glaze. They are DIVINE.

This cake looks far more complicated to make than it is. I promise it is very minimal effort with a large reward. This cake also freezes beautifully so if you have some extra time, make another one at the same time for another day. Wrap it well and keep for a rainy Monday.

Copycat Starbucks Marble Loaf Cake

You can find the full recipe for Copycat Starbucks Marble Loaf at the Dixie Crystals website or by clicking the link below.

Copycat Starbucks Marble Loaf Cake

Copycat Starbucks Marble Loaf Cake