OLD-FASHIONED ANGEL FOOD CAKE
After making the egg yolk-filled ravioli, I was left with two jars of egg whites. The first thing that comes to mind, at least for me, is to make an Angel Food cake. This cake is what I always requested on my birthdays. The only difference was, my mother covered the cake in a fluffy cloud of seven-minute frosting. I dusted this Angel Food cake with Confectioners' sugar and served it with freshly-whipped cream and fresh raspberries. Take your time sifting small amounts of flour into the beaten egg whites, and fold the flour gently, but thoroughly.
3/18/2009 12:01:39 pm
this cake is perfection! I adore angel food more than any other!
7/13/2010 03:36:28 am
i made angel food cake once with my grandma and i rember that me had to hang it upside down on a bottle, you don't have to do it in this recipe... right?
7/13/2010 10:55:00 am
Elizabeth -- Yes, you do need to invert the angel food cake to cool, and a bottle works very well for that. Your grandma knew what she was doing ;-P
6/23/2014 12:54:05 am
The batter turned out beautiful! :) i actually put it in a loaf pan that is longer and is meant for angel food cake! :D i think it'll turn out just fine. I was actually looking on Pinterest for a shortcake recipe when i found this one and it looked too good to resist! Thanks so much for posting and have a blessed day! ~Joy Duggar
6/23/2014 12:57:08 am
Hi Joy --
7/6/2016 02:52:14 pm
7/7/2016 08:11:07 am
Hi Michele -- sorry it's taken me so long to respond, but we're up in the northern Minnesota woods and wi-fi has been non-existent at times. I wouldn't change the amount of sugar in the angel food cake. I thought it was a well-balanced cake. I hope you enjoy it!
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