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    Super easy cake using only two ingredients

    A friend sent this to me and it's in the oven right now and smells amazing.

    l box Angel food cake
    1 can apple pie filling.

    Mix both together and put into a greased 9 x 13 cake pan in a 350 degree oven and bake for 20-25 minutes.

    Honestly, that's the entire recipe and so nice to keep both ingredients in the house in case of unexpected guests.

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    This sounds Wonderful!
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    I wonder if this will work with Other Pie fillings such As Cherry? Think I may Give it a try. If It works, I will Let every One Know! PS. Why not even other Cake box's too.
    Roberta sorry if I'm walking over your recipe
    Last edited by icon17; 09-08-2012 at 11:14 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icon17 View Post
    I wonder if this will work with Other Pie fillings such As Cherry? Think I may Give it a try. If It works, I will Let every One Know! PS. Why not even other Cake box's too.
    Roberta sorry if I'm walking over your recipe
    UpDate: Well I gave It a Try! And Heres the Cake I Got! I Did it with Angel cake and Cherry filling. It turned it a pretty pink, and sure did fluff up! Smelled good too. Name:  P1010353.JPG
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    Wow, sounds super yummy, i can smell it now...ill be right over

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    I do it with crushed pineapple. I still use an angel food pan, though. It might fluff up too much for 9 x 3. Very light and refreshing.

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    Well How does it taste?
    do you mix it thoroughly or just until moist?
    Did you frost it?
    Cant wait to try it, but it will have to wait til tomorrow I think!
    Darlene

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    It's a great recipe .... and can be whipped up ever-so-quick when you need a cake, as you can keep the ingredients in your pantry awaiting the sudden panic attack.

    And yes ... as you discovered, any pie filling works.
    The cherry is so nice and pink, with the large cherries ... delicious for sure.
    Let your imagination run wild!!!!!!

    When doing apple ... I always add more cinnamon, just because I like it.
    Plus I usually cut the apples in the pie filling. Not necessary, just that I like to spread them around throughout the cake more.
    And I like them done in the angel cake pans.

    If you want Black Forest Cake .... mix 1/3 cup bakers cocoa into the angel cake mix, then mix in the cherry pie filling. A little whipped cream to garnish at serving ...... and OMG!!!!!


    Just use the temperature and times as noted on your angel cake box ... and be sure to hang it upside down after backing, as you would an angel cake.

    ENJOY!!!!!!!
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    I was thinking about the cherry too but suppose the pineapple would be good too. Bring on the ice cream, might as well go all out. Sounds delicious.

    sassy granny

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    I've used this with blueberry pie filling. I think it was in one of my Weight Watchers weekly handouts back when I went to WW. Yummy recipe!
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    Gonna have to try this! Sounds heavenly!!!
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    Black Forest Cake!!! I know I'll be trying that.

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    I made one with punkin pie filling with a carrot cake very good just mix together and bake.
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    Sounds like a Weight Watcher recipe. You can use any flavor of pie filling; and, of course, if you're a WW, you use "light".

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    Wow - this couldn't be more simple. Going to try it with the blueberry pie filling which I have on hand right now. Thanks for sharing your find............

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    Quote Originally Posted by SallySaidSew View Post
    I've used this with blueberry pie filling. I think it was in one of my Weight Watchers weekly handouts back when I went to WW. Yummy recipe!
    I make this with Lemon pie filling. Makes great lemon bars.

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    WoW All the ansers to this thread Are Good! My Cake Was Great! I DiD Use the Lite Cherry filling. It Did Puff up in my 9x13 But it did not flow Over Thank god!
    QuiltE, Thank you for So many good Ideas: Black Forest, and I've never made real Angel cake didn't know you hang it upside down?
    AND 'Roberta' a Big Thank you For starting Us ALL on this Fantastic Cake Walk! LoL
    Last edited by icon17; 09-09-2012 at 07:55 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peggyf View Post
    I make this with Lemon pie filling. Makes great lemon bars.
    hi, what size pan,what temp do you use for the lemon bars ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by icon17 View Post
    WoW All the ansers to this thread Are Good! My Cake Was Great! I DiD Use the Lite Cherry filling. It Did Puff up in my 9x13 But it did not flow Over Thank god!
    QuiltE, Thank you for So many good Ideas: Black Forest, and I've never made real Angel cake didn't know you hang it upside down?
    AND 'Roberta' a Big Thank you For starting Us ALL on this Fantastic Cake Walk! LoL
    The box will say something like "turn upside down and suspend til it cools".
    For an angel cake pan, depending on the hole size, it may fit over a soda bottle.
    If not, you can do it by arranging some tin cans to hold the pan while it cools.
    Likewise for other shapes of pans.
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    Let me be clear on this one. Do you mix the angel food cake according to directions and then fold in the pie filling? And what about the pineapple one--do you drain the juice from that before adding? They all sound wonderful.

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    This sounds wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing !!

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    I have a stupid question........You just mix the dry angel food mix with the pie filling and bake?? It puffs up on it's own? Looks yummy and sounds so easy !! I can hardly wait to try it......THANK YOU for the recipe.
    Kaye Jacobson Salverda

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    Sounds like something I will have to make and take to my next quilt get together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illinois View Post
    Let me be clear on this one. Do you mix the angel food cake according to directions and then fold in the pie filling? And what about the pineapple one--do you drain the juice from that before adding? They all sound wonderful.
    No and No!!

    Just One box of cake mix and one can of pie filling
    OR
    Just One box of cake mix and one can of undrained crushed pineapple.

    Do not add water!
    Do not pass GO!!

    Then bake for the times on the box as per the size/shape of pan(s) you have used.



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    As a Weight Watcher, I was very intrigued when I saw Angel Food cake!! That is one W.W. treat I allow myself on the weekends. Thank you so much to everyone for all the fantastic varieties. I am presently down 37 pounds, four dress sizes and my knees DON'T HURT ANYMORE!! Life is great - I've just turned 60 and celebrated by going Zip Lining at Hunter Mountain in New York!! There will be Apple Angel Food Cake for dessert Saturday!

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