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Pineapple Angel Food Cake
      #5 - 01/22/03 06:54 AM
Yoda (formerly Hans)

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This one is ridiculously easy and is a wonderful way to safely incorporate fruit into your diet. Since the pineaple is crushed and cooked, it's much easier to digest.
You need:
1 19 oz. can of crushed pineapple (juice and all)
1 box of instant angel food cake
Mix the two together (include pineapple juice) according to directions on the box. DO NOT add any other ingredients that the box tells you to!
Bake according to directions on cake box.
Serve with ultra low fat cool whip and enjoy!
PS - if you make it in cupcake tins, they make a great snack for work.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #6 - 01/22/03 12:25 PM
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This sounds fabulous! I never would have thought of doing this. I always think of angel food cakes as being very touchy, so I'm afraid to fiddle around with them. But this I have to try! I wonder if this would work with some other types of canned fruit?

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #9 - 01/22/03 03:59 PM
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I've never had this cake not turn out. It is a tad difficult to get it out of a traditional angel food cake pan. Carefully run a knife along the edges and in the center ring, then lift the sides off and gently do the same along the bottom. Thank heavens, the cool whip will hide any minor mishaps (which with me happens a lot!)

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #10 - 01/22/03 09:02 PM
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Okay, I'll watch out for that. Can't do the Cool Whip though - I can't tolerate that any more than real whipped cream. Not sure if it's the fat content or just the artificial ingredients. Dessert whipped toppings are one of the few things I've never been able to figure out an IBS-safe recipe for.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #11 - 01/23/03 06:22 AM
Yoda (formerly Hans)

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I only use the Ultra Low Fat Cool Whip. Have you tried it?

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #15 - 01/23/03 03:27 PM
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HanSolo - I'm going to figure out the Weight Watchers (WW) points and try it. Sounds Great!

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #68 - 01/27/03 07:28 PM
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Okay, you weight watchers out there. Good news! The Pineapple Angel Food Cake is only 2.5 points per slice at 16 slices. Use 20 oz. pineapple in its own juice. Haven't tried it yet, but I went to the grocery store today and bought the Angel Food Cake so I could figure the points. Let us know if anyone out there makes it.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #241 - 01/31/03 04:08 PM
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HanSolo - this cake is one of the easiest I have ever made. And, it was so moist. Made it for desert last night for company, and even the men liked it. I put a 1/2 slice of canned pineapple on top with some cool whip. I froze the rest so I wouldn't be tempted to eat more. I hope it freezes well. Guess I'll just have to take a piece out and defrost it to see! Thanks, again, for the great recipe.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #17187 - 08/13/03 01:10 PM
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WOW..... not only looks easy..... it sounds yummy too!! I'll have to try this one out! Thanks HanSolo!!

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It is FABULOUS!!! And it takes about 2 minutes to make! -nt- new
      #17191 - 08/13/03 01:39 PM
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This is a Weight Watchers recipe!!!!! ------nt----- new
      #17195 - 08/13/03 02:18 PM
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Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #17197 - 08/13/03 02:41 PM
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Heather,
I have 4 WW recipes for using the angel food cake mix with different things. I am posting 3 of them (I assume pie filling is IBS safe. Please correct me if I'm wrong.) The fourth recipe calls for orange gelatin and mandarin oranges. Is that safe?

Pumpkin Angel Food Cake
1 angel food cake mix
1 can pumpkin (16 oz.)
1 cup water
1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
Follow baking instructions on the box. (serves 12/WW pts-3)

Lemon Angel Food Cake
1 box of angel food cake mix
1 can of lemon pie filling
Mix the 2 together. Pour into a large jellyroll pan that has been sprayed with Pam. Bake at 325 for 20 minutes. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Apple Pie Angel Food Cake
1 angel food cake mix
1 can (20 oz) no sugar added apple pie filling
5 T. cinnamon
water

Mix the cake mix and pie filling. Add water until it's a good consistency (thick but pourable and fairly smooth). Pour into a 9 X 13 inch pan and sprinkle with cinnamon.
Bake at 350 at least 30 minutes or until when you shake the pan it barely wiggles. Tastes like apple pie. (12 servings/3 WW points) Can also add 2 tsp. apple pie spice.

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Re: Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #17204 - 08/13/03 03:16 PM
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Hi- You'd have to check the pie filling ingredients. If they've added high fructose corn syrup or artificial colors/flavors/preservatives, be wary. Same goes for jello or gelatin - they virtually always add artifical flavors, colors, etc. and lots of people with IBS are sensitive to those. Mandarin oranges combined with soluble fiber should be fine (and I'd guess delicious as a replacement for the pineapple in the original recipe for this cake).

Is it really 5T of cinnamon in the apple recipe? That's a super high amount.

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Re: Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #17210 - 08/13/03 04:39 PM
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That's what I had written down, but it seemed like a lot to me too, so maybe it's supposed to be 5 tsp!!! Sorry for the confusion.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #17214 - 08/13/03 05:10 PM
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Ok Guys! This looks great but unfortunately in Australia we can't get packet Angel Food Cake I will have to try to make it from scratch, I have been procrastinating on making it cos I am not sure how easy it is to do??

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #17216 - 08/13/03 05:24 PM
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Here's an angel food cake I just picked up from the internet..... Angel Food Cake from scratch

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake - Thanks Karin nt new
      #17226 - 08/13/03 07:45 PM
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Anyone made the apple pie angel food cake???(beaglelover or anyone who might know!!!) new
      #24254 - 10/23/03 12:32 PM
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I would like to make it!! Just wondering about how much water. And how much cinnamon!! OH and do you grease the pan?

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Haven't made it, but never grease the pan for angel food cake! nt new
      #24261 - 10/23/03 01:32 PM
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Great Easy Cobbler if you can eat Pineapple: Re: Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #26496 - 11/11/03 09:22 AM
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EASY Pineapple/Peach Cobbler

1/3 box graham crackers, crushed up into pieces.
1 lg. can crushed pineapple
2 reg. sized cans peaches
1 white or yellow cake mix (think you could use the angelfood cake instead) * see below
Layer this in a 9/13 pan, starting w/lst ingred. and dot w/marg. on top.

Bake 350-375 for abt. 40-50 mins. till starts to bubble thru or turns a bit browned. Think I've had to cook it an hr. at times.

Delicious hot or cold. I've had many compliments on this and it's sooooo easy. Cool whip on top if you can tolerate it.

The only thing I don't know here is if we can use regular cake mixes.......but I would think you could sub the angel food for it. Maybe fill in w/ extra graham crackers as angel food is not at dense as regular cake mix.

If anyone tries this w/the angel food mix, pls. let me know how it turns out.

I know this can be done w/other fruits too but don't know just what ones.

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For HansSolo esp. Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #26635 - 11/11/03 09:38 PM
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Sounds YUMMY! Gonna try it w/peaches as I can't have pineapple

Have SUCH a SWEET tooth esp. now that I can't seem to eat much!!!!!!!!!

Thanks,

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #27189 - 11/14/03 06:50 PM
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I'm going to try this on my guest for thanksgiving dinner desert and do one with the pumpkin.Thanks for the recipes this is getting much easier!
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Re: For HansSolo esp. Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #27195 - 11/14/03 07:50 PM
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Sounds yummy! Just make sure the peaches aren't packed in sugar water and that the amount is the same. I'm not sure whether it will work but please let us know how it turns out! I can't wait to hear back from you!

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For Hans et al: Re: For HansSolo esp. Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #27211 - 11/15/03 05:22 AM
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W/let u know if i EVER....... get to try it. BUT.......what do u mean make sure peaches not packed in sugar water??? Do u mean to watch out for fructose which definitely bothers me. This is why I've asked abt. the canned fruit pie billings. Know blueberries are a good food..... for D, but they do have skins like grapes. Am wondering abt the cherry pie and apple pie filling?

Tks.

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Re: For Hans et al: Re: For HansSolo esp. Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #27260 - 11/15/03 08:19 PM
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Not because of the fructose, but that may also be a problem. I'm not a great cook but I think that Angel Food Cakes are one of those fussy things and they don't normally have sugar so I'm just guessing that the sugar may mess up the cake. Anyone who is a better cook please confirm this. I'm not sure.

As for the pie fillings, your guess is as good as mine. If it's full of high fructose I would avoid it. If the ingredients seem wholesome, you might be OK. I would say you're better off making your own pie fillings. Blueberry pie is as easy as a wink and only contains a little margarine, flour, sugar and salt. You can easily make your own. Put in a graham cracker crust it's quite yummy.
Blueberries and cherries are bothersome because of their skins, but if they are cooked in a pie they are easier to digest.
If you're looking for ways to incorporate fruit, you can always puree them up and cook them with some other stuff to make a nice sweet topping for pancakes, etc.
Hope this helps. I didn't really have answers for you.

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Hanssolo: The wonderful pineapple cake!!! new
      #27288 - 11/16/03 10:46 AM
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Your pineapple cake is wonderful I made it last night and it is one of the best cakes I've ever made! I'm thinking of taking it to my sil's house for Thanksgiving for a healthy but delicious dessert!!! maryh

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Re: Hanssolo: The wonderful pineapple cake!!! new
      #27776 - 11/18/03 07:09 PM
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Thanks! I can't take credit though ... I got it from my Mom who got it from her friend who got it from .... and we think it's a Weight Watchers recipe. My favourite thing about it is it takes less than 5 minutes to make and tastes like it took hours. If you can tolerate it, you can "ice" it with ultra low fat cool whip, or make your own fruit topping to drizzle on top.
Have a wonderful thanksgiving. (I'm Canadian - we've already had ours)


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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #66444 - 04/30/04 02:17 PM
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I'm gonna make this over the weekend..... maybe tonight if the appartment is not too hot when I get home!

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IN THE OVEN NOW! Pineapple Angel Food Cake! new
      #66477 - 04/30/04 04:54 PM
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Oh my.... I think that took me like 3 minutes TOPS.... to open the box, the can, dump in the bowl and stir... then pour into the pans....(making two loafs in bread pans) Can't wait to taste these tonight!

And.... it was so cool how the mix like quadrupled in size in the bowl (I've never made angel food cake before).... it looked so light & fluffy I wanted to jump inside the bowl for a nap! hehehe

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You will SOOOO love this! It's truly fantastic!! -nt- new
      #66628 - 05/01/04 04:07 PM
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OH FORGOT TO TELL YOU WHAT WE THOUGHT OF IT Pineapple Angel Food Cake! new
      #66654 - 05/01/04 07:37 PM
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Shell's Review : SO EASY, very moist.... perfect combo with the pineapple.... tastes like MORE!! I think I've gonna try it next time with the canned mandarin oranges and chop them up before mixing them in.


Shane's Review: "Oh, that's absolutely f*cken great!" ("don't take me out of context either") LOL sorry for his potty mouth!

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It Was Good, BUT -- ? new
      #66883 - 05/02/04 06:55 PM
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Instead of the pineapple or other fruit, could you add cocoa to the cake mix and end up with a mock-chocolate cake?

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Re: It Was Good, BUT -- chocolate? new
      #66897 - 05/02/04 08:19 PM
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re: Bevrs question about using cocoa ,,,,,, a 19-oz can of crushed pineapple just doesn't equal cocoa powder no matter how you cut it. We can all have chocolate dreams, though .....

I haven't tried this, but if I was going to, I'd take a cup of coconut and stir it up with a quarter cup of [soy] yogurt and 4 squares of melted semi-sweet chocolate and a tablespoon of cherry or cranberry juice as a substitute for the pineapple can.

If any of you are brave enough to try this, let me know how it turns out.

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Re: It Was Good, BUT -- ? new
      #66898 - 05/02/04 08:34 PM
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Bevrs... I think you should be able to add cocoa to the cake mix in addition to the other ingredients called for on the box. I'm not sure how much. Maybe 2 tbls? And since there is already sugar (it is a sweet cake) I don't think you would have to add anymore sugar? Can anyone else help with this one?

P.S. After thought as well..... IF you can tolerate this....you could prepare some instant coffee or espresso powder make sure it is cool and use it in place of some of the water called for on the box!

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Re: It Was Good, BUT -- ? new
      #66900 - 05/02/04 08:38 PM
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OH, whoops, thanks Shell, I thought she meant cocoa INSTEAD OF the pineapple!! [doh]

Pineapple and chocolate don't do much for me as a combination, but I'll bet you could use a nice can of CHERRIES and add 2 tbsp. of cocoa and get a nice cake.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #66910 - 05/03/04 12:07 AM
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I made this cake today and I just wanted to let you know that if you make it and use the muffin tins be sure and line them with the little paper cups or else you will have a heck of a time getting them out of the pan. I did some with and some without. They are really good and my husband will be able to take them in his lunch. He is the one with IBS in our family. I have had him on Heather's diet for a little over a month and he has had one episode and that was due to over eating. Until he started the diet he was having 3 or 4 attacks a week and was miserable. Thanks Heather, you are really a blessing.

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Chocolate Angel Food Cake new
      #66969 - 05/03/04 08:25 AM
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Thanks, Shell. I think I'm gonna try it with the unsweetened cocoa; I'll add it to the dry flour mix (not the egg white mix) before sprinkling over the whipped egg whites. Sounds really yummy.

And great idea about the instant coffee! You're a very clever lady, Girlfriend.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67091 - 05/03/04 01:45 PM
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I made this yesterday and it was wonderful. My hubby even liked it and he usually turns his nose up at the heathly desserts I make.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67528 - 05/04/04 06:50 PM
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oh my....its in the oven now and smells heavenly! i'm a tiny bit worried tho cuz we did 2 dozen cupcakes AND had enough for a loaf pan too!
my house smells so yummy. if this worked we're going to try the chocolate /cherry version

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67530 - 05/04/04 06:57 PM
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Quote:

i'm a tiny bit worried tho cuz we did 2 dozen cupcakes AND had enough for a loaf pan too!




It like quadrupled in the bowl while mixing huh? Don't worry I'm sure it will be just fine! Did you like your muffin tin?

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67533 - 05/04/04 06:59 PM
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yep... lined the muffin tin and glad i did cuz they barely wanna come out of the liners! lol
one tray finished early..was very brown so took them out. everyone LOVES them!!!

one more cupcake tray and the loaf pan to go.

wish i had some cool whip to give that a shot with it. lol



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Re: Chocolate Angel Food Cake new
      #67534 - 05/04/04 06:59 PM
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Quote:

Thanks, Shell. I think I'm gonna try it with the unsweetened cocoa; I'll add it to the dry flour mix (not the egg white mix) before sprinkling over the whipped egg whites. Sounds really yummy.

And great idea about the instant coffee! You're a very clever lady, Girlfriend.

Bevvy




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MAKING FOR MOTHER'S DAY - Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67544 - 05/04/04 07:17 PM
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We are having Mother's Day at our place this year.... we are BBQ'ing all kinds of stuff and I'm making THIS for desert! I will do the loaf pans, slice a piece for each dish, put a drop of ultra lowfat cool whip, and a sprig of mint on top!

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67566 - 05/04/04 08:23 PM
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Hey girls! Just in case you need a hint about how much cocoa to add, look what came to my inbox today!

Chocolate Angel Food Cake

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67576 - 05/04/04 08:56 PM
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thanks Kree, I'm going to give this a try!!!

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Re: It Was Good, BUT -- chocolate? new
      #67598 - 05/04/04 10:35 PM
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Gosh you must be a good cook Kelly. You come up with the most interesting ideas.

I'm not to sure about this concoction. I'll have to think about it.........But I have to admit the chocolate and coconut (and cherries) tweak my interest.

I may be the ONLY one here that didn't care for the recipe as it stands. Not that I don't like angel food cake, or pineapple.......it's just that it seems rather plain to me. I want something really ooey-gooey on top or dripping off the sides........chocolate would do it!!

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Kandee, I Miss The Happy Dancer -- nt new
      #67669 - 05/05/04 07:48 AM
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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #67725 - 05/05/04 08:52 AM
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thanks Kree...this looks yummers!!

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Re: Kandee, I Miss The Happy Dancer new
      #67728 - 05/05/04 08:56 AM
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I think I told you in another post on the LR that he was pooped. I tired him out. I have an affect on men that way....(yeah, sure). So when he's had a sufficient dose of Geritol, I'll bring him back............just for you BL!!!

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has anyone made this? new
      #108376 - 09/25/04 01:03 PM
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the lemon angel food cake? I am wary now about recipes when I am bringing them to a dinner party.

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Re: has anyone made this? new
      #108586 - 09/27/04 10:23 AM
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I have not made the lemon angle food cake. I made the pineapple angle food cake and it was delicious! Good luck!

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Re: Am I understanding right??? new
      #109695 - 10/01/04 05:04 PM
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Ok I know this is easy but just want to make sure before I go shopping tommrow. The only thing you do is mix the cake mix and the Pineapple. I don't need any of other ingredants on the box? Am I understanding this right. It sounds wonderfull. I can't wait to try it. Thanks

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Re: Am I understanding right??? new
      #109696 - 10/01/04 05:15 PM
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Yup this is all you add; cake mix and can of pineapple. It is delicious!! Hope you are feeling better!! take care Sue

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #136021 - 01/07/05 08:53 AM
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My mom makes that all the time and little did we know that it is okay for IBS users to enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #136048 - 01/07/05 10:07 AM
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I made this on New Year's Eve right after Heather's newsletter came out with this recipe. It was a hit and tasted to good! It is a perfect dessert for anytime!

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #136858 - 01/10/05 10:48 AM
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Made it this weekend - fabulous!!! Ever try it with any different fruits?

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #136911 - 01/10/05 12:59 PM
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A couple of people mentioned baking this in loaf pans...do you make it in an angel food cake pan or a loaf pan? Also - saw a note that you never grease an a pan for an angel food cake - that is true???? Never heard of that... Anne

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #165073 - 03/29/05 03:47 PM
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Someone mentioned that this increases in volume. How many loaf pans would I need? What is the baking time for loaf pans? Thanks.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #165198 - 03/30/05 07:24 AM
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Read the instructions on the side of the box of angel food cake. It should have several baking options with the times. My favourite is the muffin tins. Makes 24 - GREAT for snacks.

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Re: Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #252198 - 03/14/06 02:21 PM
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THIS SOUNDS GREAT, CAN IT BE MADE WITH OTHER FILLINGS LIKE CHERRY? THE HUBBY LOVES CHERRY LANDROVERQUEENBAOL.COM

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Cherry angel food cake new
      #300706 - 02/25/07 08:53 AM
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I just made this with Cherry filling and it turned out great!

I baked it some more, though, like 45 minutes. That's what it said on the package -- bake 38 to 48 minutes.

I used a 20 oz can of cherry filling
filled the can with 1.5 inches of water and added that to the mixture.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #300815 - 02/26/07 05:26 PM
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Quote:

Read the instructions on the side of the box of angel food cake. It should have several baking options with the times. My favourite is the muffin tins. Makes 24 - GREAT for snacks.




Mine doesn't have different baking options. Is there a different time for the muffin tins?

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I've used muffin tins. new
      #300832 - 02/26/07 08:35 PM
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You'll have to keep a close watch on them. When the top of the angel food cake is a golden brown, they're done. With muffin tins, once they're finished, they'll burn fast because of how little mix is in each dish. I'd start with 5-10 minutes at 350 derees, and then go in 2-5 minute increments depending on your ovens temperament. Or just sit and watch until they're done. It won't take long.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #300855 - 02/27/07 10:05 AM
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What brand of cake mix are you using? All I found was Betty Crocker and it had milk in it.

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #300893 - 02/27/07 04:35 PM
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I use Betty Crocker and the amount of milk in it is so trivial that it has never bothered me. Many of the generic store brands are dairy-free. And I think that Heather has a recipe as well.

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How much cake batter do you put in each muffin cup?? new
      #301011 - 02/28/07 04:49 PM
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I'd like to try the muffins, but I don't want them to overflow all over my oven!

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I generally fill whatever I am using about 2/3 to 3/4 of the way up for angel food cake. It rises pretty rapidly. n/t new
      #301033 - 02/28/07 07:31 PM
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Re: How much cake batter do you put in each muffin cup?? new
      #301067 - 03/01/07 05:07 AM
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If you have an extra pan, just any pan as long as it's large enough, you can arrange the racks in the oven so that the one you'll put the muffin tin is on top and put the extra pan on the lower rack to catch overflow. I do that all the time, because I don't know how to make my oven clean itself.

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Or put aluminum foil(m) new
      #301097 - 03/01/07 08:59 AM
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on the lower rack - even the oven bottom if you don't have coils there and won't block any gas jet thingies.

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This is rediculous! new
      #301448 - 03/05/07 10:12 AM
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I give up. I cannot find a single box of angel food cake mix that DOES NOT contain milk. I made the Betty Crocker kind once (which does contain milk) and it didn't quite sit right with me; I think I'm just way too sensitive to dairy. Why is this so difficult???

Sorry, just wanted to vent because I'm too lazy to make it from scratch.

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Re: This is rediculous! new
      #301458 - 03/05/07 12:40 PM
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Quote:

I give up. I cannot find a single box of angel food cake mix that DOES NOT contain milk. I made the Betty Crocker kind once (which does contain milk) and it didn't quite sit right with me; I think I'm just way too sensitive to dairy. Why is this so difficult???

Sorry, just wanted to vent because I'm too lazy to make it from scratch.




You can check Duncan Hines brand. Their angel food cake used to not have dairy, then it did, now DH is apparently taking dairy out again so give it a look. Even if DH angel food cake mixes do still have dairy, on my box dairy is listed as the last ingredient so it should be just a tiny bit - maybe that's less than the Betty Crocker brand has?

You can take a look at this thread for thoughts on finding a non-dairy angel food cake mix. It *is* annoying. Who ever heard of putting dairy in angel food cake?

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Re: This is rediculous! new
      #301488 - 03/05/07 03:40 PM
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Thanks, Sand. Why must this be so complicated?

The BC mix also lists nonfat milk as the very last ingredient, but it still seemed to give me problems. Besides, BC is the ONLY brand of angel food cake I've been able to find! My grocery stores have lots of DH cakes available, but no angel food cake! No generic angel food cakes either. ARRGGGHH!!

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Just curious? new
      #301504 - 03/05/07 06:19 PM
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Might you have an egg allergy?

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Re: This is rediculous! new
      #301535 - 03/06/07 08:03 AM
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Hi I felt the same way until I found a brand called hospitality its in a blue box I found it at are kroger store it dairy free. Hope this helps!
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Re: Just curious? new
      #301540 - 03/06/07 08:48 AM
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Nope! I have been tested for that. And I bake with egg whites quite a bit.

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Re: Bundt Pan??? new
      #304224 - 04/07/07 07:54 AM
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I just made this....my pan is made of 2 pieces and leaked on the oven. I got it out of the pan - but it looks uneven. Can you make this recipe in a bundt pan? I know you are not supposed to grease a pan with an angel food cake pan - but would you grease it in a bundt pan? Anne

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Re: Bundt Pan??? new
      #304240 - 04/07/07 11:14 AM
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As far as I know you NEVER grease a pan you're making angel food cake in. I don't know about using a Bundt pan but I've made this in 2 9-inch loaf pans and I've seen other people report making it in cupcake tins.

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Re: Bundt Pan??? new
      #304260 - 04/07/07 05:35 PM
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I make it in a bundt pan all the time, but I have never tried greasing it. It turns out OK like that.

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Re: Bundt Pan??? new
      #304292 - 04/08/07 05:21 PM
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Made it again in the bundt pan and sprayed it with a bit of "Pam with Flour". Pam with Flour has 0% on calories, Total fat, Cholesterol, Sodium, Carbohydrates and protein (it is made from Soy and Flour). Though you are supposed to hang the cake upside down on a bottle to let it cool - do not do this as the cake will fall out - mine did! - LOL!!!!! (I cooled it on a rack). The cake came out looking and tasting great! Would make it again. Anne

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Re: Pineapple Angel Food Cake new
      #306431 - 05/02/07 06:02 PM
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So easy!!

My 5 year old made this for her daddy's birthday.

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Re: Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #306442 - 05/02/07 09:40 PM
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I've done all kinds of fruit, Cherry using black cherry preserves, frozen berries, and my favorite super safe one Mango!

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Pillsbury Angel Food cake mix! new
      #306450 - 05/03/07 06:57 AM
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This one has no dairy at all! Ya know, the one with the cute little white chubby dough boy.

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Re: Pillsbury Angel Food cake mix! new
      #306469 - 05/03/07 11:57 AM
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Yeah, someone else mentioned that one. I just haven't been able to find it at any of my grocery stores!

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Re: Yes, can be made with other fruit! new
      #307657 - 05/20/07 05:15 PM
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These two sound wonderful but for the lemon angel food cake, do you do anything else other than mix the lemon pudding mix and angel food mix together? No egg whites, etc? Thanks.

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