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Thread: Light & Lemony Angel Whispers

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    Light & Lemony Angel Whispers

    Light & Lemony Angel Whispers

    This is a very light, low-fat dessert. I saw the idea for this easy recipe on Pinterest, from Jessie at Living Practically . I added an extra step to make mine even more lemony. Wait, is that a word, lemony? Well I like it so I think I'll use it today.

    You will need the following ingredients:

    1 pkg Angel Food cake mix
    1 or 2 cans of Lemon Creme Pie filling
    Powdered sugar to sprinkle on the top
    Yep, that's all you need.
    Pour the egg white and cake flour envelopes into a large mixing bowl. Add one can of pie filling and stir until smooth. Ta-dah! That was easy. Spray and flour a 9 x 13 baking pan. Spread the batter evenly in the pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. It should be slightly browned on top. Allow the cake to cool for 5-10 minutes, then dust lightly with powdered sugar.
    You are now finished, unless you want to take it to the next level of lemony goodness. Are you with me on this? After the cake has completely cooled. Cut into 24 squares. Slice each square in half horizontally but not quite all the way through.

    Open the second can of pie filling. Spread one heaping spoonful of pie filling in between the layers. If you like coconut you could mix some in with the pie filling before spreading it between the layers.
    Ooooh, I should have thought of that before taking the pictures.

    Now that is both beautiful and delicious with just the right amount of luscious lemon flavor. I served them on my great-grandmother's Early American Pattern Glass blue daisy and button cake stand from the early 1900's. They looked so pretty. A great Springtime dessert.


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    Just looking at the picture made my mouth start to water! I love lemon desserts!
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    good dessert and low fat thank you I changed it and made my own lemon pudding

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    Love lemon...will be trying this recipe next time I have to make a dessert...thank-you!

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    Oh i am with y ou!!! love lemon! this may be a nice desert for Easter Brunch...
    yes..desert for breakfast LOL

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    Thank you for sharing your idea. Sound wonderful and refreshing.
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    I have to go to a pot luck luncheon next week and was wondering what to bring. I think you solved my delemia (or is it de lemon) for me. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patimint View Post
    I have to go to a pot luck luncheon next week and was wondering what to bring. I think you solved my delemia (or is it de lemon) for me. Thanks.
    Funny. You are very quick witted. Thanks for the laugh. Peggy
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    Yum!!! I will have to try that one out! LOVE the cake stand! What a treasure!

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    Sounds delicious and looks it too. I'm saving this one to make soon.

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    My husband loves lemon desserts. I may make this for him. Thanks for the recipe. My mouth is watering just reading it. haha

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    Thank you for sharing, will definitely try it.
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    Thanks, lemon is always good ....

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    YUM, this sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing!!
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    Looks delicious. Will be making for a tea party I'm planning soon! Thanks for sharing.
    Last edited by violets4me123; 03-22-2012 at 09:54 AM.

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    Sounds delicious. Can't wait to try it.

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    How many egg whites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieoh View Post
    How many egg whites?
    When you buy a pkg of angel food cake mix there is typically an envelope of powdered egg whites and an envelope of cake flour. I have been told that some pkgs just come with one envelope with both items mixed together. Either way you don't add anything to the mix except the lemon pie filling. No water, oil, eggs. Just the pie filling. Sounds strange I know but it turns out yummy. Peggy
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    My cake fell this weekend, after I took it out of the oven. Is it because I poked it to see if it was done or is it because I followed the direstion on the box and added water and then the pie filling?
    SueDor

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueDor View Post
    My cake fell this weekend, after I took it out of the oven. Is it because I poked it to see if it was done or is it because I followed the direstion on the box and added water and then the pie filling?
    Probably because you added water. I know it seems strange, but you just mix the pie filling and the dry mix and nothing else. Try again, I think you'll love it. Peggy
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    Oh, sounds great, added angel food cake mix and lemon filling to my shopping list.

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    WOW! Awesome recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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