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Angel Food-Berry Jam Cake

Angel Food-Berry Jam Cake recipe
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An angel food cake is split, layered with berry fruit spread and whipped topping and frosted with more whipped topping for a luscious spring or summer dessert.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
4/20/2004
This recipe seems so easy to make that I will go to the store and buy everything I need and I will tell my family that it is so easy to make that they would love to make this for a good dessert for when someone comes over they could make is very fast.And they would probably think that they took a long time to make it when they only took a few minutes.
posted:
4/3/2004
not only was it so easy to make it was delious
posted:
3/30/2004
I made a homemade cake and used seedless strawberry jam with the new strawberry coolwhip. It is a pretty pick color and the kids just loved it!! I have twins that are nine years old and also run a home daycare as well as working part time in the evenings. This was a quick dessert that I will make often!
posted:
3/22/2004
Great simple idea. I made my own cake, used lemon curd filling instead with the cool-whip in the layers but fresh whipped cream for the top frosting, and everyone thought it was fantastic. The lemon is good for a spring-like look, and with simple decorations will also be made this year for Easter!
posted:
1/10/2004
Be sure to buy a cake that is level for it makes the cutting easier. Next time I'm making the cake myself. I used seedless raspberry jam for the filling.
posted:
8/16/2003
liked it because it came out so light& fuffly& taste so good!!
posted:
3/2/2003
I am diabetic and am always looking for new recipes. This is one that I can really use. I substitute sugar free jam. (apricot is my favorite) Blackberry works good too. Thanks for submitting this recipe.
posted:
4/12/2002
This cake is so light and fluffy. the ease of it makes it an anytime quick and almost elegant dessert. My family raved about it for days..they thought I slaved for hours baking it..I'm keeping the prep time a secret. Thank You ,Bonnie
posted:
3/2/2002
itis good and easy to make, greate for potlucks
posted:
3/2/2002
It great with other jams
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