Peach Angel Food Cake is a low-calorie dessert approved by Weight Watchers.
It’s made with one box of angel food cake and one can (15 ounces) of peaches in 100% juice.
This light and refreshing cake is a perfect base in a trifle. Fill with fresh fruit, whipped cream and enjoy.
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One can (15 ounces) of sliced yellow peaches in 100% juice and one box (16 ounces) of Angel Food Cake Mix.
GREASE OR UNGREASED BAKING DISH
According to instructions printed on the box of cake mix, use two ungreased 9″ loaf pans. However, I used an ungreased 9×13 baking dish.
When the cake was done, I scooped out portions with a big spoon. It was not stuck to the bottom. An ungreased baking dish worked for me.
COMBINE INGREDIENTS IN A LARGE GLASS BOWL
The cake batter will fill a large glass or metal bowl. A medium size is too small.
Move oven rack to middle position if using two 9″ loaf pans.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Pour can of peaches with juice into large glass or metal mixing bowl.
Use a knife to slice (or dice) into small pieces.
Pour in Angel Food Cake Mix. Stir together with a large spoon
until well combined.
Pour cake batter into an ungreased 9×13 baking dish or two ungreased 9″ loaf pans.
Follow baking instructions printed on box of cake mix.
HOW TO TELL IF AN ANGEL FOOD CAKE IS DONE
A thoroughly baked angel food cake has fully risen in the pan and has a deep brown top covered with cracks. This is the perfect time to test to see if it’s done.
Gently tap the top of the baked cake with your fingertips. If it springs back, the cake is fully baked. If your fingers leave an indentation, bake the cake longer.
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