2 Ingredient Apple Angel Food Cake
After seeing this cake all over Pinterest, and of course, always looking for a “guilt-free-ish” dessert, I had to give this a try.
I know I said “two ingredient,” and truly you can eat this and enjoy it without my little topping spin, but I HAD to make it pretty!
Here is how you make this sweet treat:
Mix one angel food cake mix with one 20 ounce can of apple pie filling. I used my kitchen scissors and cut up the chunks of the apples so they would be more bite size, and mix more easily into the batter. Don’t add anything else that the back of the box says to! Also, grease and flour your pan, even though the back of the box says not to.
I used a bundt pan instead of a square baking pan, just because I think it makes it a lot prettier. Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for around 35 minutes, or till top springs back when you touch it.
Let cool in the pan, and then carefully flip onto a dish (if using a bundt pan). Don’t expect it to turn out light and fluffy like a normal angel food cake, but it has a nice texture, is delicious, and goes great with a cup of coffee! It’s lightly sweet with chunks of apple, almost like a breakfast cake.
I wanted to make it more “desserty” (sorry for making up my own words :P), and so I drizzled some caramel and melted store bought frosting over the top.
2 Ingredient Cake apple angel food cake
- Mix one 16 ounce angel food cake mix with one 20 ounce can of apple pie filling.
- I used my kitchen scissors and cut up the chunks of the apples so they would be more bite size, and mix more easily into the batter.
- Don’t add anything else that the back of the box says too! Also, grease and flour your pan, even though the back of the box doesn’t say too.
- I used a bundt pan instead of a square baking pan, just because I think it makes it a lot prettier. Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for around 35 minutes, or till top springs back when you touch it.
- Let cool in the pan (if using a bundt pan), and then carefully flip onto a dish.
- I wanted to make it more “desserty,” (sorry for making up my own words) and so I drizzled some caramel and melted store bought frosting over the top.
It’s divine, and you can probably feel a little less guilty eating this, rather than a full fat dessert…..Right???
Hope you enjoy!
Oh yes! I’ve made this several times, with all different pie fillings…however, I’ve never made it in a bundt pan – which I will do next time!
This sounds and looks delicious! I just made an angel food cake of my own today….wish I had seen this first!
Visiting from facebooks Blog Beautiful – and this looks great!! Tweeting AND pinning. I host a food blog hop on Sundays – would love to have you come check it out sometime!
I have not had angel food cake in a long time. This looks so delicious and less fat is always good!
Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!
How great is this recipe. Very simple and looks so good. I love that it has angel food cake, that way it is nice and light. Then add some extra topping right.
i made this cake-it never got done puffed up and spilled over the pan
Oh dear, I’ve made this several times and never had that issue. What shape pan did you use?
Pinned! Sounds amazing!
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That does sound yummy and so easy! Pinned.
We will love this delicious cake! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great St. Patrick’s Day and come back to see us real soon!
Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with our Delicious Dishes Recipe Party! WE loved it so much it’s featured today and pinned t our Pinterest board! Hope to see you again this week for our current party!
I plan on making this tomorrow, it sounds so good. I do have a question though. Do you use the dryed egg whites as well?
I’m not quite sure what you mean, unless your dryed egg whites are in a separate package inside the cake mix box, but use everything inside the angel food cake mix box but don’t add anything else to it except the canned apple pie filling. Hope that makes sense. 🙂