This EASY ANGEL FOOD CAKE RECIPE is an absolute game changer! No more sifting flour, room temp eggs, stabilizer, cold oven, or crossing your fingers! If you’ve always wondered how to make angel food cake, then this recipe is perfect for you! It’s totally fool proof and just as good as if you slaved all day. My mind is blown!
Truly Easy Angel Food Cake Recipe
Full disclosure, this is my first time being a part of the making of an angel food cake. I never knew how to make angel food cake, so I always thought it was WAY too complicated for me. But after seeing all the shortcuts you can do with this Easy Angel Food Cake Recipe…I think I might have been right. Baking has always seemed like a mountain I need to climb slowly, but every time I try, I realize it really is achievable.
I’m so excited about this easy dessert recipe because it makes baking one of my favorite cakes a little less scary. This easy angel food cake is so light and airy. It’s just as delicious as a typical recipe, but with a few little tips that make it so much simpler. Are you excited? You should be! Buckle up for this incredible cake.
Learn How to Make Angel Food Cake with this Easy Angel Food Cake Recipe
The Best Angel Food Cake Recipe
This is one of Mom’s recipes. When she brought it over to tell me about it and let me taste test, I was immediately blown away. Hands down, this is the best angel food cake I have ever tasted. She drizzled it with the most delicious and delicate Candied Lemon Zest Glaze, but it’s just as delicious on its own. I also can’t wait to top it with fresh strawberries. You feel like you’re eating delicious air. It is just such a treat!
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How do you make Angel Food Cake?
Don’t worry! If you’ve always been afraid to try your hand at this tricky dessert, this easy angel food cake recipe really is perfect for you.
From Mom’s site, here are a list of things that you’d typically have to do with Angel food cake to get the perfect outcome that you NO LONGER have to worry about with this TRULY EASY angel food cake recipe:
- You don’t need to use room temperature eggs.
- You don’t need to use the freshest eggs.
- You don’t need to use a stabilizer such as cornstarch.
- You don’t need to worry if I get a teeny bit of yolk in the whites.
- You don’t need to add the sugar one tablespoon at a time.
- You don’t need to sift the flour 3-4 times.
- You don’t need to add the flour one tablespoon at a time.
- You don’t need to start with a cold oven.
- You don’t need to keep my fingers crossed, pray and tiptoe around the house while it is baking.
- You don’t need to worry about that nonsense anymore!
Like I said…FOOL PROOF. Isn’t this the most exciting day ever?!
Why do you have to put angel food cake upside down?
After baking the angel food cake, you should allow the cake to cool upside down inside the pan. This helps the angel food cake stay light and airy instead of condensing into a thicker consistency. The fluffiness of this easy angel food cake recipe will make you want to bake this cake over and over again.
How long can you keep an Angel Food Cake?
This easy angel food cake should last for a couple of days at room temperature. If you want your cake to last a bit longer, you can put your angel food cake in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Is Angel Food Cake Healthy?
Angel food cake certainly sounds a lot healthier than the typical dessert. It is a light and airy cake, after all. Generally, angel food cake isn’t quite as calorie-heavy as a lot of other desserts, so don’t feel too guilty when you devour this easy angel food cake after you bake it!
More Easy Dessert Recipes
Hopefully this easy angel food cake recipe will help you learn how to make angel food cake! If you want to try some other easy dessert recipes, try your hand at this Easy Key Lime Pie, this Easy Peach Cobbler, or Easy French Silk Pie. You’ll be baking the most delicious desserts in no time!
HOP OVER TO SIMPLY SATED (CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL RECIPE) WHERE MY MOM HAS THE RECIPE. THANKS MOM!