Angel food cake with strawberries

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Sometimes I just make a cake from a box mix and today was one of those times.


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I made cup cakes too.


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Maybe some day I’ll try making angel food cake from a recipe but this sure was easy.


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A little dusty too.


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Added some water that was all.


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Poured it into the pan.


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I put it on a baking sheet, I was worried that the two piece pan would leak.


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Left it in the oven until the top got brown. I had to open the oven door for thin photo so you wouldn’t see how dirty the oven window is.


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Then left it upside down  to cool. I don’t know why but the instructions said to so I did.


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I don’t have the proper cake knife so I used a regular butter knife and it did the trick.


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It was a good thing I used the baking sheet, some of the batter had started to escape.


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Then came the fun part! I sliced strawberries for decorating.


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I found if I cut a little off the bottom, or what will be the bottom when I put the berries the way I’m going to put the berries it worked better and they didn't tip over. You understood that all perfectly right? Good.


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All done!


Angel Food cake with Strawberries


  • 1 box angel food cake mix
  • 1 1/4 cup water
  • frosting
  • a bunch of sliced strawberries for the top


mix, and bake cake as directed on box. Let cool and remove from pan. Frost and arrange halved strawberries on top.

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