Pineapple Angel Food Cake II Recipe
This easy recipe requires only three ingredients, and can be prepared in under an hour!
Some people like to make an angel food cake as a birthday cake. I have made this one before, and it was great. I made a butter icing, and just tinted the color I wanted. I put in those little dragees you see in the store inside the batter.
I was a little confused by this recipe. Was I supposed to make the angel food according to package and then follow the directions of the recipe or was I just to mix the cake mix (dry) with the pineapple? I made it according to package first, which left it very soggy. Plus, I thought that it was a little tart. I would be willing to try it again if I made it incorrectly the first time.
Review from 'confused Natalie' should probably be removed. She gave it a 2 because she didn't understand that the directions were to be followed just as written, not reinterpreted any which way. The instructions are clear, the ingredients easy to find, the cake ridiculously simple to make and out of this world delicious. I love this one.
This three-ingredient recipe is delicious and so very easy due to the use of a cake mix and canned pineapple, and whipped cream dessert topping.
Sweet, crushed pineapple (and its juices) and a boxed angel food cake mix are all you need to make this delicious, tropical-flavored angel food cake.
Can use cherry or strawberry pie filling or fresh, sliced, sweetened strawberries.
Rich chocolate cake, caramel, toffee, and whipped topping - need I say more?!
This recipe makes good use of the bold flavor of black walnuts, which are native to central and eastern United States.