1/4tspeach of nutmegcinnamon and allspice and ginger
1 1/2cupsall-purpose flour
for chocolate batter
1Tbspunsweetened dark cocoa powder
1/2cupbittersweet or semi-sweet chocolate chipsmelted
2cupsbittersweet chocolate chips
set oven to 350F
Spray a nonstick bundt pan lightly with cooking spray and dust it lightly with flour.
Whisk the wet ingredients together in a mixing bowl, making sure the eggs are well beaten, and set aside.
Whisk the dry ingredients together and make sure the baking soda is well distributed and not lumpy.
Add the dry ingredients to the wet, mixing just until everything is completely combined. Remove 1 cup of the batter to a small bowl, and add the cocoa powder and the melted chocolate. Mix well.
Spoon the two batters alternately into the budnt pan. Don't worry about getting it completely even. When all the batter is in the pan, take a chopstick or other thin implement and swirl the two batters together.
Bake for 30-45 minutes until the top springs back when lightly touched and a toothpick comes out with out wet batter clinging to it. The cooking time will vary depending on your particular bundt pan and your oven. My cake took just over 30 minutes. Check on the early side.
Let the cake cool on a rack for 15 minutes, then loosen the edges and invert.
To make the ganache, heat the cream until it just comes to a simmer. Take off the stove and add the chocolate. Let sit for 5 minutes without disturbing. Then stir until everything is thick and glossy and all the chocolate has melted.
Spoon, pour, or drizzle over the cake.
This makes a small cake, feel free to double the recipe for a larger bundt.
https://theviewfromgreatisland.com/marbled-pumpkin-bundt-cake-recipe/ September 30, 2016