Have the best of both worlds, yellow cake and chocolate cake, when you make this easy Gluten Free Marble Cake. It’s better than a box mix and people won’t believe it’s gluten free!
When I was a kid, I could never choose between chocolate cake or yellow cake for my birthday cake. What’s a kid to do when you only get one cake but you like both flavors?
Ask for a marble cake, of course!
Mostly because that’s what I wanted for my birthday this year ;-)
This cake took a couple tries to get just right. I thought I’d try to streamline the mixing process and try to get away with not beating the egg whites separately.
I don’t always want to take the extra step but after 2 tries, I discovered that it really does make a difference in the texture of the cake.
Beating the egg whites gives the cake a lighter, fluffier texture and makes it less chewy.
The extra step of beating the egg white only takes a few minutes and the payoff is well worth it. It’s the biggest thing you can do for this cake if you don’t want anyone to know it’s gluten free.
Homemade cake can be tricky when you’re baking gluten free. I’m sure you’ve had it all – dry cakes, crumbly cakes, and absolutely inedible cakes.
But your search for dangerously delicious gluten free cake is over. This cake is moist, it doesn’t crumble apart when you make it, and the flavor is outstanding.
You’re going to want to find any way to celebrate with cake. All the birthdays, promotions, Friday night, because cake is hygge, or just because you feel like having a great piece of cake and you so deserve it.
Whatever the occasion, this cake will be there. Enjoy!
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