Angel Food Cake
Angel food cakes can be so versatile, there's bound to be a recipe that will be a family dessert favorite. Perhaps Chocolate-Drizzled Angel Food Cake will appeal to your chocolate lovers or Angel Food Cake with Tropical Fruits might better suit your fruit enthusiasts.See Popular Angel Food Cake Recipes
On a recent food-magazine photo shoot in my office, the scent of baking began wafting through the room. I immediately perked up--that sweet smell laced with vanilla was so familiar--but for the life of me, I couldn't figure out exactly what it was. The minutes passed and the scent memory grew stronger, but still no clue.
Strawberry ice cream makes a frosty filling for this angel food cake. Starting with a cake mix makes makes this an easy recipe.
Pudding, bananas, and strawberries are layered with cubes of banana-flavored cake in this lovely summertime dessert recipe.
Rosemary adds a unique flavor to this cheese and cream filled dessert cake.
Sugared berries are a lovely topping for this most ethereal of cakes. Amounts for flour and confectioners' sugar are listed by weight (ounces) and by volume (cups); use either measurement.
Angel food cake is made into light and sweet French toast in this breakfast recipe. Also try it for dessert!
Dates provide a natural sweetness to this delicious cake topped with a gooey caramel sauce. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and mint garnish and you have a delicious dessert for the holidays.
For a shortcut to this impressive low-fat dessert, start with a purchased angel food cake mix. Prepare according to package directions, adding the orange flower water and chopped edible flowers to the batter before baking.
This spectacular dessert will amaze your guests. Make it for any special celebration.
Low in fat and calories, angel food cake has always been a favorite diet dessert. A mild chocolate flavor accented with cinnamon sets this one apart.
"My great-grandmother won so many blue ribbons with this cake," Katie Lee says. "I love to serve it with peaches, because the cake sops up the juices so nicely." It's tough to imagine beating the 16 egg whites by hand, as Pearl used to do...until the day this recipe won her a KitchenAid stand mixer.
For a faster version of this dessert, skip preparing the lime custard and use a scoop of lime sherbet instead.
Toasting the hazelnuts brings out their flavor for this light cake. A web of spun sugar adds a magic touch to the already elegant dessert.
The low fat cake is topped with candied oranges and a light orange glaze instead of frosting.