I adore this recipe! It’s a really pain to turn on the oven in the summer heat, so this is a great alternative! Also makes a cute gift in a decorative mug or jar. Ingredients Amount Ingredient I box any flavor box cake mix (devil’s food, yellow, etc.) 1 box angel food box cake mix […]
This is another version of my Strawberry Butter Cream Filling that has been increasing in popularity on Cake Central. This Blackberry Butter Cream is an absolutely beautiful icing and lovely filling. It sets your cakes above anyone else’s…Hope you enjoy it as much as my clients have!
This was one of my favorite desserts growing up as a kid, and little did I know, it wasn’t that bad for me! Its now my favorite to make during the summer for a light dessert after dinner. ) Not only that, but thanks to Alton Brown (of the Food Network), I have the best […]
This is the easiest, fail proof recipe you can make and it is perfect in the summer for cook outs. I love it plain, no icing, but I’ve also had it with cream cheese frosting or drizzled with glaze. The pineapple is such a compliment to the angel food cake.
Pineapple Angel Food Cake-dieters delight,For anyone who is on a diet and wants something sweet and makes you feel like your cheating.This cake is for you.SOOOOOOO easy to make
This is just as the name states. A beautifully light and refreshing angel food cake.
Found this recipe in a magazine called Midwest living. This is an easy way to add a little flavor to angel food cake. June 2007
This is a fast cake to make and uses ready-made ingredients Keep in the refrigerator. Good for several days–if it lasts that long.
This is the only cakes I make for special occasions. It is a never fail one that is indestructible. It can be frozen for months ahead so always have one on hand to decorated. Can use any type pan.
This is my grandmother’s recipe that I have adapted for high-altitude baking. It is easy, light and delicious — the BEST angel food cake ever!!
An Interesting flourless cake recipe that uses ground pecans. Note: The pecans must be ground fine (this becomes the ‘flour’), not chopped. Approximately 6 cups of shelled ground pecans will yield 3 cups ground. Ground nuts can not be frozen. Simply delicious!