Baking Bites for Craftsy: Easy Angel Food Cake

Homemade Angel Food Cake
Angel food cakes are always welcome in my kitchen. The light, airy cakes are delicious on their own and also incredibly versatile, and I use them to make a wide variety of trifles, fruity “shortcakes” and other goodies. Angel food cakes can be purchased inexpensivey in the bakery sections of most grocery stores and while I have been known to pick one up when I’m in a hurry, homemade cakes always win out when it comes to flavor and texture. You’ll need a dozen egg whites, but my Homemade Angel Food Cake recipe, which I’m sharing over on the Craftsy blog (it’s free!), is well worth it. The foam-based cake rises up impressively in the oven and has just the right amount of vanilla in the batter. The cake is absolutely delicious no matter how you serve it – and if you’re anything like me, it’ll soon be a regular part of your baking lineup.

Don’t forget to set aside a few pieces of cake to make my Angel Food French Toast¬†for breakfast. It’s a surprising use for leftover angel food cake that is unbelievably delicious.

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