Angel food cake is always a crowd-pleasing dessert, and the best part is it can be adapted to serve at any get-together or party throughout the year. Whether you bake it in a bundt pan or as a sheet cake, and serve it with a glaze and fruit on top or embrace a slice of pure, untouched goodness, customizing this elegant treat is a piece of cake.
Heavenly Angel Food CakeThis classic angel food cake is the perfect dessert base for your next party. Cut the finished cake into single-serve portions for petitfours, frost the whole cake to make a sheet cake, or bake it in angel food pans or round pans.
Black and White Angel Food CakeIf you can’t decide whether you want vanilla or chocolate, you can have it both.
Vanilla Angel Food Cake with Chocolate SauceSimple and satisfying, this vanilla cake can be served with or without the sauce. Either way, it's guaranteed to be a hit among adults and children alike.
Classic Angel Food CakeThis master Angel Food Cake recipe is good as is, but it's also easy to modify to suit any cravings.
Chocolate-Caramel Angel Food CakeThis Chocolate-Caramel Angel Food Cake cheats with a store-bought box of angel food cake. But if no one can tell the difference, why not? Dress it up with double drizzles of chocolate and caramel sauce.
Angel Food Cake Stuffed with Whipped Cream and BerriesHollow out an angel food cake and fill with a mixture of sweetened whipped cream and fresh berries for an impressive dessert. You can use whatever combination of berries you prefer, or use just one type of berry.
Chocolate-Almond Angel Food CakeThis is not your typical angel food cake. The texture is still light, but the chocolate and almond add a level of decadence that takes it a few steps beyond the classic.
Gooey Angel Food CakeRich caramel sauce drizzled over angel food cake gets a fresh fruit topping before being served to waiting guests. This dessert recipe is a must-make!
Vanilla Angel Food Cake with Berry CompoteThe white rice flour, cornstarch, and just a little brown rice flour along with the egg whites give the cake a light, airy texture, resulting in a gluten-free cake that tastes simply heavenly.
Angel Food Cake PopsThese adorable Angel Food Cake Pops are a hit with kids and at parties. The best part is you can get creative with toppings and experiment.
Coconut Angel Food CakeCitrus lovers will enjoy the bright flavors in each bite of Lemon-Coconut Angel Food Cake thanks to the fresh lemon juice and zest in the cake, orange liqueur in the sauce, and candied lemons as the garnish.
Coffee Angel Food Cake with Fudge GlazeThis coffee-infused angel food cake iced in rich, 4-ingredient fudge glaze for ultimate decadence.
Angel Food ShortcakesThis light, delicate angel food cake is a refreshing change from your typical biscuit shortcake. You can also try serving this dessert with fresh, ripe strawberries.
Lime-Glazed Angel Food CakeHere's a time-saving trick: Start with a store-bought angel food cake and top with a delicious homemade lime glaze and fresh sliced mangoes.
Lemon Angel Food CupcakesTop these lemon-scented angel food cupcakes with tiny edible pansy blossoms or rosebuds for decoration. Store extra cupcakes in an airtight container, or send them home with guests as party favors.
Blueberry Angel Food CakeFresh blueberries color this cake purple, and a citrusy glaze gives it a festive feeling.
Lemon Angel Food CupcakesSifting the flour mixture thoroughly three times incorporates the powdered sugar for a light, tender cupcake
Angel Food Cake TiramisuThis indulgent Angel Food Cake Tiramisu recipe always gets rave reviews.
Dutch-Chocolate Angel CakeThough the regular variety can be used, Dutch-process cocoa gives the sauce a subtle richness in this chocolate angel food cake recipe.