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This gluten-free marble cake is a processed marble cake without wheat flour. Substitutes for wheat flour are rice flour and cornstarch. Even without flour, marble cake still produces a perfectly fluffy shape, soft texture, and delicious taste.
This dish is suitable for those of you who are on a diet to lose weight or on a gluten diet. Generally, the goal of a gluten diet is to treat celiac or autoimmune diseases. In addition, avoiding gluten consumption can also support a weight loss program in a healthy way.
Tips for Choosing Butter for Gluten Free Marble Cake Processed
One of the ingredients to make gluten-free marble cake is butter. Butter or butter has two different variants, namely unsalted and salted. Usually, the butter that is the ingredient for making sponge cakes is unsalted or tasteless. So that the taste of the other ingredients stands out more than the taste of the butter. Here are some tips in choosing butter, namely:
1. Pay attention to the description on the butter packaging
2. Choose the Type of Packaging as Needed
Butter has 3 different types of packaging, namely aluminum foil, cans, and plastic bowls. Butter with aluminum packaging is suitable for single use and is also cheaper. Canned butter packaging is usually large and suitable for you to use many times. Meanwhile, butter with plastic bowl packaging is very easy for you to store, because it has a lid.
3. Pay attention to the fat content
If you are on a diet program, you should choose butter that contains low fat. Because the fat in butter is very influential on your weight gain. You can check the fat content in butter by paying attention to the description on the butter packaging.
Recommended Quality Butter / Butter
1 servings per container
Serving Size1 loyang
- Amount Per ServingCalories3287
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Saturated Fat 92.7g 464%
- Cholesterol 1754mg 585%
- Sodium 4610mg 193%
- Potassium 647mg 19%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 3.5g 15%
- Sugars 97.9g
- Protein 56.2g 113%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.