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Mother's Little Angel Cake

Mother's Little Angel Cake recipe
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My mom loved this! I made it for her on mother's day and she thought it was great (so did i) Angel Food Cake is one of her favorite cakes so this made a GREAT recipe for h...read more
posted by
 a cook
on 5/11/2009
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
4/20/2004
Excellent desert, also great with raspberries. It is so easy to do and taste great too.
posted:
4/18/2004
As a general rule, Angel Food Cake isn't worth cooking. It only has the flavor of what you add to it. Although strawberries and whip topping are a good topping, I'd much rather cook a flavor rich cake to add them too. No offense intended to those who enjoy angel food, try adding the strawberries or raspberries, or warm peach sauce to a rich home made chocolate cake or butter cake. More calories but more flavor.
posted:
4/17/2004
I will be making this recipie for my mother on Mothers Day. It looks simple and easy to fix.
posted:
4/17/2004
Try cutting the angel food cake into either a two or three layer cake. Spread cool whip & stawberries between the layers. Ice the sides and top with cool whip and put strawberries in the center. Refrigerate for l hour. Delicious.
posted:
4/14/2004
posted:
4/13/2004
I make something similar to this, only I cut the very top of the Angel food cake off like a lid - make a 1" X 1" crevious around the cake to fill with either cut up strawberries or chocolate moose - put the cake lid back on the top and frost with the chocolate or regular cool whip (top with the strawberries on either or chocolate shavings) It's easy, yummy and looks like you worked on it all day. Have fun
posted:
4/13/2004
Thanks for the reminding me of the great simple desserts that can be wonderfully satisfying!
posted:
4/13/2004
Though I haven't prepared this recipe, it sounds like it would be a bit dry. I think it would be better if the berries were increased and sliced and sugared like in strawberry shortcake.
posted:
4/12/2004
Absolutely disgusting. Would be OK with real whipped cream, though.
posted:
4/12/2004
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