This keto marble cake is a moist almond flour pound cake with chocolate and vanilla layers. Plus, it’s a healthy marble cake for you with no sugar, no gluten, no dairy, and only 3.8 grams of net carbs per slice!
Keep reading to learn more.
As a French girl, I have eaten a lot of French marble cakes after school. Not always homemade ones!
Indeed, I had way too many of the sugar-loaded, store-bought ‘French Savane Papy Brossard’ pound cake as a kid.
So this keto pound cake recipe is my healthy marble cake recipe that brings back some lovely childhood memories, without the sugar or carbs.
A marble cake is a chocolate and vanilla layer cake. Therefore, you need two batters to create a marble cake, one with vanilla flavor and one with chocolate flavor.
The easiest way to make a marble cake is to first make a large vanilla batter. Then, separate a part of the vanilla batter in a different bowl and flavor with cocoa powder.
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The trick to make a moist marble cake is to use oil in the recipe – not butter! That makes a whole lot of difference giving the most delicious moist texture to the almond flour pound cake.
The best healthy oils to use in this recipe are melted coconut oil, avocado oil, or almond oil.
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Of course, if you want to use coconut oil, make sure you melt it first and cool down before adding in the batter. In fact, hot oil can cook your eggs and create lumps in the batter.
A marble cake is basically a pound cake, with two layers with different flavors. The trick to make this easy marble cake is to use all ingredients at room temperature.
Let’s see what you need to make a healthy marble cake keto and gluten-free.
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