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Thread: 3,2,1 cake

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    Junior Member Judymc's Avatar
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    Red face 3,2,1 cake

    1 box of Angel Food (this has to be Angel Food)
    1 Box of any flavored Cake Mix of you choice.
    Water

    Mix both Cake Mixes in plastic gallon Bag and shake.
    For individial cakes, 3 tablespoons cake mix, combine 2 tablespoons of water in a cup or glass bowl, and put in microwave for 1 minute. Top with whipped cream or fruit.

    Store remaining mix in the bag until you use again. No need to refrigerate since its dry. Very nice for a quick treat.

    Remember always use one Angel Food cake. But remember that the Angel Food has eggs whites in it. So this cake cannot be served to anyone allergic to egg whites.

    Enjoy

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    I just happen to have both of those mixes available - I am going to try this one.

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    can you make a big cake with it or just cake in a cup????

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    I guess you could. But I don't know how much water or baketime.

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    3,2,1 cake

    I guess you could. But I don't know how much water or baketime.

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    oh what a great idea for camping desserts ! Thanks !
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    Thanks for posting the recipe. I had a copy of it, "somewhere safe," and lost it. Thanks to you, it's now in my Favorites!

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    We made this at our Christian School, and the elementary-age students really enjoyed loved it!! They did the work, and it was fun.

    About making larger cakes with this, if you keep the 3 (cake mix) to 2 (water) ratio, you could make any size. Like 3 cups cake mix and 2 cups water, or 3/4 cup cake mix and 2/4 or 1/2 cup water. Haven't tried this, but should work. You have to experiment with time to cook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caswews View Post
    oh what a great idea for camping desserts ! Thanks !
    I agree with that!
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    I just had this exact recipe given to me yesterday and I'm going to try it this weekend camping.
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    Sounds yummie!
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    Thank you for recipe. Heading to store later so will pick up the Angel Food mix. Take care.

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    I tried this recipe and love how handy it is to have on hand -

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    I used half of the angel food cake with a jiffy white cake mix (single layer). I have half of the angel cake mix left to do another flavor with. I bake mine in a little glass dish and use it for strawberry shortcake. Handy, fresh, and perfect for us since we are just two now!
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    I made it with a white cake mix, didn't like it.....so I added a tbls of cocoa to the cup and it turned out yummy!!

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    oh that sounds good .
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    My grandkids love this! You make this grammy look good. thanks!
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    I just tried this for the first time this weekend and it was wonderful!!- made them ahead of time ( cuz no microwave where we were camping) and used a lemon cake mix then put them in a zip lock bag- they kept good for 3 days. We also put fresh pineapple on top and then of course cool whip! Nice light dessert. Can't wait to try another flavor.

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    Sounds like a fun thing to do with kids!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    I spray a waffle iron and cook the mix in that. It comes out nice light and crispy
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