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Old 02-10-2009, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default Mock Angel Food cake using a white cake mix????

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I am looking for a recipe that uses a standard white cake mix to make Mock Angel Food Cake. The recipe used to be printed on cake mix boxes...a long time ago (like maybe 20 years ago). I searched and searched the internet for that easy and very good recipe, but can't find it. Does anyone have the recipe?

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I looked all over the internet and couldn't find it either. Do you have any idea which box mix it was on? Betty Crocker or Dunkin Hines are the ones that come to mind. You might want to try emailing them to see if they have the recipe in their archives.

Is this different than the Angel Food Cake Mix?

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I can tell you my trick for the lightest and fluffiest boxed mix cake ever but shhh! it's a secret!

Separate your eggs, beat the whites until frothy, add all the other ingredients beating for 5 minutes. Bake as directed. Your cake will rise twice as much as doing the regular mix directions. It is an old fashion method I learned in college and the secret to fluffy cakes.
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I looked all over the internet and couldn't find it either. Do you have any idea which box mix it was on? Betty Crocker or Dunkin Hines are the ones that come to mind. You might want to try emailing them to see if they have the recipe in their archives.

Is this different than the Angel Food Cake Mix?

Good luck!
I have no idea which box mix it was on. I checked Betty Crocker, Dunkin Hines, & Pillsbury web sites. Maybe I will try the emailing...haven't done that yet. It is different than the Angel Food Cake Mix. I have all of my mom's recipes, including probably hundreds of recipes she clipped out of newspapers and magazines and boxes...maybe I should dig through those???? Would probably take me a month of Sundays!

Mary...thanks for looking for me. If I ever find the recipe I'll post it so keep your eyes open. Tee. Hee.
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I can tell you my trick for the lightest and fluffiest boxed mix cake ever but shhh! it's a secret!

Separate your eggs, beat the whites until frothy, add all the other ingredients beating for 5 minutes. Bake as directed. Your cake will rise twice as much as doing the regular mix directions. It is an old fashion method I learned in college and the secret to fluffy cakes.
Hi Linda! And thanks for the pointer on cake mixes. I will definitely try that the next time I make a cake.

I actually ended up making a cake from Paula Deen (Paula's Lemon Cake). It has a lemon filling and a 7-minute frosting. The cake isn't actually lemon, but the filling is very lemony...almost too lemony. I was not impressed with the texture of the cake...should have "listened" to some of the comments about the cake's texture and dryness. Other comments were very positive, though, and I decided to give it a whirl. Threw away the recipe and will never make it again.
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Bumping to see is anyone has found it yet.
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I've not been able to run across that recipe...I even pulled out my mother's "library" of recipes, but nothing there either. Drat.
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Here is a recipe from a friend: Mock Angel Food

2 cups sugar
2 cups cake flour sifted
Add 1 cup boiling water, stir and let cool

Beat 6 egg whites When foaming add 3/4 tsp. cream of Tarter..
Now continue beating till whites are stiff then add 2 tsp. baking powder. Now add 1 tsp. vanilla to sugar and flour mixture (fold this into the egg mixture).
Bake in 9 X13 ungreased cake pan. Bake at 350 temp for 45 minutes.

I hope this helps u. Good luck....
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Here is a recipe from a friend: Mock Angel Food

2 cups sugar
2 cups cake flour sifted
Add 1 cup boiling water, stir and let cool

Beat 6 egg whites When foaming add 3/4 tsp. cream of Tarter..
Now continue beating till whites are stiff then add 2 tsp. baking powder. Now add 1 tsp. vanilla to sugar and flour mixture (fold this into the egg mixture).
Bake in 9 X13 ungreased cake pan. Bake at 350 temp for 45 minutes.

I hope this helps u. Good luck....
Thanks, Rhonda! This isn't exactly the recipe I was looking for, but it sure sounds easy enough to put together...probably just as easy as the recipe I can't find. I'll try it.

Have a great weekend!
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