Food Friday on Empty Streets: Angel Cake Recipe Made Easy

Posted 7:55 AM by Mezhal Ulao in Labels: , , ,

Angel cakes is one of my favorite pastries to make especially when am in a hurry for a sugar rush but I want something with a little class. It is also one of the things I love to grab from the mall just in case I need to prepare a birthday cake for a certain niece that has been begging for a cake on a daily basis and eventually spoiling them a bit :)

Here is an easy to follow recipe for making Angel Cakes using Betty Crockers Products :)

Ingredients:

* 1 package Betty Crocker 1 step white angel food cake mix
* 1 1/4 cups cold water
* 3 reduced-fat chocolate sandwich cookies, finely crushed
* 1 container of Betty Crocker fluffy white icing
* 6 reduced fat chocolate sandwich cookies, cut in half


Directions

1. Move oven rack to lowest position. Heat oven to 350.
2. Beat cake mix and cold tap water in large(4- quart) glass or metal bowl on low speed 30 seconds.
3. Then beat on medium speed 1 minute.
4. Carefully fold crushed cookies into batter.
5. Pour into ungreased angel food (tube) pan or into 2 9" loaf pans.
6. Gently cut through batter in pan using metal spatula or knife.
7. Bake 37 to 47 minutes or until top is dark golden brown and cracks feel very dry and not sticky. Do not under bake.
8. Immediately turn pan upside down onto glass bottle or rest edges on 2 - 4 cans of equal height or if you use loaf pans turn on side on heat resistant surface.
9. Let stand 2 hours or until completely cool.
10. Remove from pan by going around edge with knife and then using fingers, taking care not to tear cake (cake will spring back to original shape).
11. Turn pan over & gently shake to remove cake.
12. Frost cake and garnish with cookie halves.
13. (If you use loaf pans, spread a thin layer of icing on top of first layer, and then place second layer on top. Icing sides first and then the top.

And for those that need a visual guide for this recipe here is an alternative way to cook this heavenly dish :)

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10 comment(s) to... “Food Friday on Empty Streets: Angel Cake Recipe Made Easy”

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just love this recipe of yours. Will definitely try it out, as am sure that my kids will enjoy it. I also like the way you put videos in your posts as it makes it easier for me to digest what you wrote about.



Anonymous said...

I completely agree with the prior comment, and angel cakes is my favorite dish to make for my hubby and the kids too. i'll try this recipe of yours and see how it goes. Thanks for posting.



Mama Karebare said...

yummy! Thanks!



Liz said...

Pahingi! Haha. This looks really good. :)

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EastCoastLife said...

This recipe looks easy enough but I still prefer a rich chocolate cake. :P



EastCoastLife said...

Happy weekend!



Empty Streets said...

HI Mommy Karebare,

you can have as much as you want heheeh :) xoxo

Same to you too mommy Liz :) have as much of the angel cake as you would want :) xoxo



Empty Streets said...

Hi ECL,

aww I will make a special on chocolate cakes this coming Food Friday for yah ;) hehehe Hope your weekend has gone well and that you had a lot of rest ;) Keep smiling always :) xoxo



Bert | Brochure Printing said...

It was a lovable angel cake and it so easy to bake. Thanks for the great tutorial.



Empty Streets said...

Hi Bert,

yayy thanks so much for the compliment on the cake :) I have to be honest - it took me several tries to get it right hehehe thankfully betty crocker came to my rescue yayyy heheheh ;) But even the mistakes in making this cake is just as tasty, just not as pretty hahahah :) xoxo



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