Every once in a while, a recipe comes together and surpasses every expectation – Toasted Angel Food Cake, Roasted Strawberries and Balsamic Whipped Cream is that recipe. Now I am the first to admit it is a different take on every component in the dessert. But let’s take a look at those components.
What if I told you an Angel Food Cake can be made without the dreaded folding in of flour and sugar which can deflate the whites making a denser, less airy cake. I love Angel Food Cake for its light, moist,melt in your mouth texture. It is snow white and has an ethereal quality to it, hence the name.
The recipe I am giving you here is from my bakery. It is the tallest, lightest, best angel food cake I have ever had. I wish I could take credit for it but I can’t. It came in a General Mills baking flyer they sent to bakeries many years ago. Continue reading