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    Applique Angel

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    Default Here’s a great summer cake

    This cake is the easiest cake you will make.
    Great anytime, serve cold for a great summer dessert
    Pineapple-Angel Food Cake
    1can crushed unsweetened pineapple
    1 box angel food cake mix
    Mix pineapple and cake mix
    Add cake mix slowly, small amount at a time
    Mix together in a large bowl
    Pour into a untreated oblong pan, 10 x 14
    Bake 30 minutes
    350 degree temp

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    The Guild President

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    Default Re: Here’s a great summer cake

    This is yummy, MIL loves it when I make a simple "frosting" I mix a tub of Cool Whip with a package (individual serving size) of orange drink mix. Getting real fancy I garnish with mandarin oranges drained well.


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    Default Re: Here’s a great summer cake

    If this is the recipe I've made in the past, it calls for the 1-step Angel Food Cake Mix that doesn't require beating of the egg whites first. It's very good!
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    Default Re: Here’s a great summer cake

    Quote Originally Posted by MRoy View Post
    If this is the recipe I've made in the past, it calls for the 1-step Angel Food Cake Mix that doesn't require beating of the egg whites first. It's very good!
    Yes, I believe it is, I have made it with the other type, it tasted good but was more of a scoopable type cake, we just ate it in a bowl with ice cream on the top.


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    Default Re: Here’s a great summer cake

    cake sounds so yummy and the flavored cool whip.. Yeah!!! I read recently using greek yogurt and the frozen cool whip, add some drained fruit and put into graham cracker pie crust from freezer section of store, back into fridge for few hours and cold pie!

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    Default Re: Here’s a great summer cake

    My SIL adds coconut to this cake. The flavored cool-whip frosting sounds really good too.

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    Default Re: Here’s a great summer cake

    @Bernina2

    Are you looking for a Summer fruits drop cake? Just try my all-time favorite fruit drizzle cake and the ingredients list follows

    Ingredients:

    2 huge eggs
    2 tsp vanilla flavor extract
    175g fruits, high and chopped weight
    140g white sugar
    1-2 tablespoons acid fruit juice - lemon, lime or orange
    175g very soft butter, plus extra for greasing
    175g fantastic caster sugar
    250g self-raising flour

    Directions to use:

    1. Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Oil a 900g/2lb lf tin and line the base and ends with a long remove of baking parchment. Put the butter, caster glucose, flour, egg and vanilla flavor flavor into a huge dish and beat with an electric hand blender for 5 minutes until light and frothy – the combination will be very dense.

    2. Distribute one-third of the wedding dessert mix into the tin, then spread over 50g of the fruits. Carefully dot and spread another third of the wedding dessert mix on top, and spread with another 50g fruits. Finally dot the rest of the wedding dessert mix over and carefully spread with the back of a scoop. Prepare for 1 hr, until an placed skewer comes out clean.

    3. Stick the wedding dessert all over with a skewer. Put staying 75g fruits into a dish with the white glucose. Mix in 1 tablespoons of the acid fruit juice first with a hand, bashing a little of the fruits as you go. If it’s a bit dry, add a splash more fruit juice and scoop over the wedding dessert. Leave in the tin until the wedding dessert is cool and the leading is set and sharp.

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