November 1, 2012

Two Ingredient Angel Food and Pineapple Cake Sweet and Easy

I first mentioned this cake way back at the time of a giveaway, so this is not a new idea but it's so easy to make and yummy that I make it several times a year.   Back in that post I didn't show images, it was eaten before I realized that even with easy recipes, pictures are appreciated.  So here you go:

angel food and pineapple easy cake to make New End Studio

First Ingredient:  
1 Box of Angel Food Cake Mix- the one with the single bag inside, not the fancy two bag mix.                  
Second Ingredient:   
1 can of Crushed Pineapple, it's usually around 20 ounces and I use the one that is packed only with pineapple juice.  I don't know if other liquids such as fruit syrups would affect the baking.

  • Get Ready:  
  • Preheat your oven to 350 F.
  • Spray your sheet cake pan with cooking spray and set aside.

  • Work It:     
  • Empty the cake mix into a deep mixing bowl and pour all of the can of pineapple on top.
  • Stir until blended, the batter will start to rise in the bowl, don't be scared lol.
  • Pour the batter into the Pammed Pan- say that 10 times fast ♥
  • Bake for around 30 minutes until a toothpick or cake tester comes out clean.
  • Cool in the pan on a rack.  I leave my cake in the pan and after it has completely cooled,  cover it with the lid that came with the pan or you can use whatever handy foil, etc. or just eat the whole cake right now!   No, don't do that. 

  • Optional:    
  • I brush the top of my hot cake with Confectioner's Sugar (10X Powdered), it melts and adds a nice little glaze.
  • Add chopped up drained maraschino cherries to the wet batter or flaked coconut to the dry mix.     
He's pretty excited about it!

I've never tried the cherries and don't eat coconut but they sound good and if you try, please let me know how it turned out.

So there you go, a low cholesterol, low sugar, low skill, quick, thrifty, and delicious cake ♥  
Are you going to make it? 


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Jacquelineand.... said...

This looks delicious and as a diabetic...a treat I can eat! Yes, I'll definitely be trying it!

Artsy VaVa said...

Sounds delicious & easy! Thanks for the recipe.

AntiquityTravelers said...

YUM! sounds delicious

Terry said...

It certainly does sound yummy.

Christine Altmiller said...

yes, i do believe i will make this one! thanks for the post!

Lucy said...

I will bookmark this and definitely give it a try!!

bettyl said...

How simple! I bet it's yummy.

Magic Love Crow said...

This cake sounds very yummy!!! My friend, did you get my e-mail?

Magic Love Crow said...

Love your little troll ;o)

Paula Miller said...

Thanks so much for sharing this yummy recipe with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party!! And your little friend is kinda cute too :)


Tracie Dean said...

Sounds yummy!! I will be over soon :-)

Katherines Corner said...

Thank you for joining in the fun at the Thursday Favorite Things hop. Happy Tuesday wishes xo P.S. sorry I'm so late visiting :-)

Katherines Corner said...

P.S. time to swap out the book lover giveaway button for the gobble gobble giveaway button xo

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

Yum! I bet it tastes fantastic.