Angel Food Fun Cake Recipe…



We stumbled upon a recipe that is just so easy and fun.  And good!  It was all over Pinterest in various different styles.  Here’s all you need.

One angel food cake mix

One can of pie filling.


That’s it.  Nothing else.  You just take the cake mix and add the can of pie filling.  Stir until all nicely mixed.  Plop into a pan… we used a 8 x 8 but I guess you can use a 9 x 14 or a 9 x 9, also.  Bake at 350 degree oven for about 30 – 35 minutes or until it looks nice and done.

You can dust a wee bit of powdered sugar on top if you want to dress it up.

Darn good.  Simple.  Easy.  Delicious.

I think lemon would be amazing.  Or oh, chocolate!  That might be cool.  Blueberry.  And the color is so fun.  And I hear that it’s rather low in calories and such too!   My gosh.  Can life be any better?

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