21 of the best recipes using store bought Angel Food Cake

Recipes using store-bought angel food cake make the best dessert. You will be amazed at these easy and quick angel food cake recipes that taste great and look beautiful.

Are you an angel food cake lover like me? Today I will share twenty-one recipes you can easily make using store-bought angel food cake.

Angel food cake with berries and whip cream- 21 recipes to make using store bought angle food cake

I will also show you how to make the prettiest angel food cake from a box. Remember, I like to bake, but I am not the chef in our home, so If I am going to be in the kitchen, I am looking for an easy dessert to make. Yup, it is usually all about dessert for me. The more fresh berries and cool whip, the better. Angel food cake is one of my family’s favorites, so I use it for many special occasions.

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Recipes using a store-bought Angel Food Cake

There are many great recipes where you can incorporate a store-bought angel food cake and mix it with other ingredients to create a yummy dessert.

In addition, you can make a boxed angel food cake and have a beautiful fluffy angel food cake to display for your guests.

Angel Food Cake Parfaits with fresh strawberries and peaches

Like a trifle, you can layer a store-bought angel food cake with fresh fruit and whipped cream.

These individual servings are easy to put together and make a beautiful presentation.

Trifle with berries, peaches and angel food cake -21 of the best recipes to make with store bought angel food cake
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Trifle with berries, peaches and angel food cake -21 of the best recipes to make with store bought angel food cake
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Strawberry Peach parfait with Angel Food Cake

Easy parfaits using fresh berries and store-bought angel food cake
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Angel food cake, cake, easy desserts
Prep Time 20 minutes
Servings 6
Cost $15

Equipment

  • 6 Parfait glasses

Ingredients

  • 1 store-bought angel food cake
  • 18-24 Fresh strawberries or 1-2 peaches
  • 1 container Cool cream or a can of Whipped cream ( you can also make your own fresh whipped cream )

Instructions

  • Cut up the angel food cake into bite-size pieces.
  • Cut up the strawberries or peaches and add a little sugar. Let them sit for about 1 hour.
  • Layer the three ingredients into the parfait glasses starting with the cake, then a layer of strawberries and peaches, then a layer of whip cream.
  • Layer until the parfait glass is full.

Heavenly Blueberries and Cream

This second recipe is one I found from Mel @melskitchencafe. There is a reason she calls it heavenly.

This easy dessert starts with an electric mixer combining cream cheese, evaporated milk, half and half with a bit of sugar in a large bowl until smooth. Next, you will cut up your angel food cake and toss the cake pieces in this mixture.

Be sure to check out the full recipe.

angel food cake with blueberries and cream - 21 reciepes to make using store bought angel food cake
Mel’s Kitchen Cafe

Strawberry Jello Angel Food Cake Dessert

Here is one of my granddaughter’s favorite desserts. This recipe from [email protected]sandcutlery is a no-bake cake that mixes jello with store-bought angel food cake, frozen strawberries, and a few fresh strawberries.

“This is the perfect dessert for summer barbecues where you are not trying to impress your guests,” says Sharon.

Just a yummy cool treat on a warm summer day.

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Layered Angel Food Cake

Another quick and beautiful dessert is to use the whole cake with cut layers.

Look at this lovely dessert from Simple, Easy, and Creative.

She starts by mixing her whip cream with a jar of marshmallow cream in a medium bowl.

Slice up your cake and put a layer of this yummy cream and fresh berries between the layers. Doesn’t it look scrumptious?

layered angel food cake with berries - 21 recipes
Simple, Easy, and Creative

Angel Food Cake Churro Bites

Don’t these look delicious? And believe me, they are! If you like Churros, you will love these sweet little bites full of cinnamon goodness.

With just a few easy steps you can turn a store-bought angel food cake into these flavorful bites, perfect for any fiesta.

Be sure to check out this recipe from Kristyn @lilluna.

Angel food cake Churro bites - 21 of the best recipes
Lilluna

Angel Food Ice Cream Cake

If you love ice cream, then this is the cake for you. It is as easy as buying cake and ice cream. And Lori @therecipegirl will show you how to do it.

Full of Neapolitan flavors, a heavy whipped cream frosting with a touch of vanilla, and sliced almonds.

The Recipe Girl

Easy Celebration Stuffed Angel Food Cake

This simple red, white, and blue cake is perfect for any patriotic holiday.

Purchase a store-bought angel food cake, cut it in half, and whip up an easy filling for the center.

Check out what Christine did @mustlovehome to make this the perfect dessert.

a stuffed angel food cake with strawberries - 21 recipes using store bought angel food cake
Must Love Home

Blueberry Lemon Trifle

You will certainly enjoy this quick and easy dessert using fresh fruit if you love the tanginess of lemons and blueberries together.

Mix up a layer of lemon filling that is so unique @tasteofhome. Layered with your store-bought angel food cake and fresh fruit, it will surely be the party’s hit.

Blueberry lemon angel food cake trifle
Taste of Home

Heaven on Earth Angel Food Cake

An angel food worthy of its name.

“Heaven on Earth Cake brings angel food cake together with sweet cherries and creamy vanilla pudding to create a summer dessert that’s out-of-this-world delicious!” says Aimee @shugerysweets.

Heavenly dessert-21 recipes to make using a store bought angel food cake

Angel Food Cake with Boston Cream Filling

If you are a chocolate lover, this cake is for you.

A simple Boston cream filling with a glaze of chocolate makes the perfect combination for this dessert.

Boston Cream angel food cake with chocolate frosting
Taste of Home

Recipes using a boxed Angel Food Cake mix

I have to say that this is my go-to. I have made homemade angel food cakes several times, but I still prefer Betty Crockers over cake from scratch.

This angel food cake is very much like a sponge, so light and fluffy.

I have made it in several shapes; a round tube pan, a square, and a heart-shaped tube pan.

You can make this cake plain, and it looks gorgeous on the table with a few flowers from the garden.

Angel Food Cake Roll

This is a different take on the typical angel food cake.

“This sweet and creamy, easy-to-make angel food cake roll is a strawberry and cream delight!” says Ann from Ann’s Entitled Life.

Anns Entitled Life

Pineapple Angel Food Cake

I came across this recipe and had to try it. I love anything with pineapple, and I have to say it was a hit.

This recipe came from Carrie @eatingonadime and only takes two ingredients, an angel food cake mix and a can of crushed pineapple.

And, of course, some whipped cream for the topping. We don’t want to forget that, as whipped cream will give you the best results.

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Great recipe for a boxed Angel Food Cake

Angel Food Cake from A Box
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  1. Pour the mix from the box into the mixer.
  2. Add room temperature water according to the box.
  3. Be sure to use a tube pan for the angel food cake.
  4. You only need to mix these two ingredients for 30 to 40 seconds. You want to have soft peaks when you lift the beaters.
  5. Place the mixture in the pan. No need to grease the pan.
  6. Place the pan in the oven on the bottom rack at the appropriate temperature on the box.
  7. Watch your cake carefully and try not to bang any doors or slam cupboards, as this can cause your cake to fall.

You will see the cake rise and become a very fluffy cake.

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Cake rising in a pan in the oven
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Remove from the oven and turn it upside down immediately to cool.

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21 recipes you can make with an angel food cake from the store

Once cooled, use a serrated knife to loosen the edge around the cake and the center.

And, of course, some whipped cream for the topping. We don’t want to forget that, as whip cream will give you the best results.

Angel food cake decorated with flowers

Homemade Angel Food Cake

And, last but not least, after all those great ideas and you still want to make an angel food cake from scratch, here is my favorite recipe.

Angel Food Cake from Scratch
A Simple and easy recipe to make an angle food cake from scratch
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Ingredients

See the recipe card

Directions

  1. Adjust the oven rack to the lower position and preheat the oven to 325°F (163°C).
  2. Smoothly blend the sugar in a blender until it reaches an airy, fine powder. Measure out 1 cup and set aside for step 3; keep the remaining sugar powder inside your food processor. To complete this delectable preparation, add cake flour and salt to the existing mixture before pulsing 5-10 times.
  3. Beat egg whites and cream in a stand mixer with the cream of tartar until foamy, then slowly add 1 cup of sugar. Whip up to soft peaks before adding a dash of vanilla or almond extract for flavor.
  4. To create an exquisitely fluffy angel food cake, sift the flour mixture into the egg-white mixture in 3 small portions, gently folding with a rubber spatula each time. A light touch is essential – adding too quickly will result in a dense cake. Pour and spread your batter evenly over an ungreased pan.
  5. Bake until a cake for approx. 37-40 minutes. Test it with a cake tester before removing it. Once the cake is finished baking, remove it from the oven and turn it upside down to cool for an hour or two. Take a serrated knife and loosen the edges to release the cake from the pan.
  6. Dress the cake with fresh fruit, flowers, or whatever you desire to make an impressive dessert.
  7. Slice the cake with a sharp serrated knife. Regular knives can easily squish the cake. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream and fresh berries or lemon curd.



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It’s been a pleasure sharing these tasty recipes with you. I hope they inspire you and bring your family and friends together in your kitchen. Until next time!

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