Friday, August 17, 2012

Pineapple Angel Food Cake Recipe...2 Ingredients

I've tried this easy recipe twice and it disappears quickly each time. Not only is it delicious, its low fat and easy to make.


2 Ingredients...Boxed Angel Food Cake mix and a 20 ounce can of Crushed Pineapple in natural juice not syrup.


Just pour can of pineapple AND the juice over angel food cake mix.

CAUTION...

Do NOT drain the pineapple!!

Do NOT add the water that is on the angel food box directions!


Stir until mixed...will foam up!


Pour in greased pan. I used 13x9 inch.

Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown and tooth pick comes out clean


So moist and delicious. I might experiment with adding a little coconut to make it more tropical!!

Let it cool. It's a little difficult to cut nicely, so maybe use serrated knife.  To be honest, we just hack it out of the pan and eat it. Lol



Enjoy,
~Karen~

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33 comments:

  1. My kinda recipe ... fast easy and only two ingredients. Thanx Karen

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  2. Well, I love angel food cake and pineapple so that's my kind of cake! Sounds delicious--think I will throw in some coconut. Starting to sound like a pina colada in a pan!!!! Thanks for posting,
    Linda
    mysewwhatblog

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  3. Yum! So you just put the dry cake mix and can of pineapple together? You don't make the cake mix and then add the pineapple right?

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  4. This is a super dessert that diabetics can enjoy. Try it with fruit cocktail, too. I put it in an ungreased angel food pan.

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  5. I saw another version of this on Pinterest. Only diff. Is it used lemon pie filling and was dusted with powdered sugar afterward.

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  6. I've seen many variations on this, this is one I will have to try! What I've seen is that almost any box cake mix can be mixed with a can of any fruit (in juice) or fruit pie filling (we've done angel food with light cherry pie filling) and cooked the same. Another favorite - spice cake mix with a can of pumpkin, and cooked as muffins. Now I've made myself hungry, lol, and I think I have angel food and pineapple in the pantry!

    Patty

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  7. You can also use a 16 oz bag of frozen fruit - NO sugar added. Thaw fruit first, add dry cake mix. My fave is strawberry "frosted" with Cool Whip. I've also used a can of pumpkin with a chocolate cake mix and made mini-muffins. Yum to all of it!

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  8. Oh wow this look so delicious!! I am going to try this..... SOON!!

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  9. I will be making this this weekend.....mmmmmm!

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  10. One of my favorite recipes! Try cutting it with a plastic knife.

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  11. Thanks for sharing...now I know what Sunday's dessert is going to be!

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  13. Let me try this again...
    This looks and sounds delish! And how simple - its definitely my kind of recipe! I am not a cook or a baker, but I think even I could handle this!!!
    Have a great weekend!
    Rhiannon

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  14. This looks and sounds soooo delicious! Of course, I do NOT have an angel food cake mix in the cabinet :( Luckily, I'm going grocery shopping tomorrow :)

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  15. Wow so simple! I think even I can do that without even writing it down! Thanks.

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  16. I will have to try this. I am diabetic, sometimes looking for a sweet treat I can eat.

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  17. Like everyone else said, looks really good. I wonder if white cake and apple pie filling would work? I am going to try it.

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  18. Made this last week but did not know it would "foam" so should have seen me getting it poured into a larger bowl before the spill over - LoL This cake is absolutely delicious - also heard that you can make it with yellow cake mix, but we love the texture of the Angel Food. Judy C

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  19. Yummy, looks so good! I always make angel food cake and would need to use a mixer. Do I still have to use an electric mixer for this recipe? Thanks. Can't wait to try this recipe.

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    1. Cynthia, I just mixed mine with a spoon.

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  20. This recipe has to be a BETTY CROCKER angel food cake mix for it to work. I've made this cake for years, and it's definitely a winner.

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    1. I used the Duncan Hines mix and it turned out amazing.

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  21. Just made this cake and love it! So simple and sooooo good!

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  22. Brilliant recipe! Thanks for sharing this sensational treat! (+:

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  23. I have to say that while it is good it would be best to use only half of the batter in the pan. I had serious problems with cooking time, my center wasn't cooked at all, but the top was very done. Oh and don't poke the cake unless you want it to fall flat.

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  24. I made this in a Tube pan with a removable bottom and it turned out great! After baking, I let it cool for and hour or so inverted on a long neck glass bottle then ran a knife around the sides and center to loosen. Very light tasting and fat-free dessert. I like your idea of trying some coconut in it next time. Thanks for sharing. :))

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  25. Joan Nielson May 23, 2013 at 5:00 PM
    My daughter posted this on the internet. Haven't made it yet, but need to pick up a angel food cake mix. Thought I had one,so I will pick it up over the week end. I am anxious to try it as it looks simply delicious. Thanks for putting it on the internet.

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  26. Try Angel food cake mix and a 20 oz can of Pineapple in its own juice- In a bowl put the cake mix and the can of Pineapple mix well ...will be frothy. Pour into a 13x9 cake pan and bake @ 350 for 25-30 min. For a light glaze I melted and slightly browned 1/2 stick of butter - Measure out 1-1/2cup of powdered sugar and add 1/2 tsp of Vanilla and 1/4-1/3 cup of milk and stir . Will be a thin mixture. After cake has cooled - poke holed in the cake using like a wooden spoon handle. then drizzle the glaze over the cake in all directions so that the glaze makes its way into the holes as well as atop the cake - - AMAZING IT IS!!! The cake didnt make it 24 hours in this house !!

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  27. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! It has been a hit during every party and gathering!! My mom beg for it!

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  28. Yum! I just made this a couple days ago and it is delicious! So moist and couldn't be easier! Thank you for sharing!

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  29. Did anyone try this cake with a frosting? If so, what would you suggest, other than the "glaze"?

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