Strawberry Jello Angel Food Cake


It turns out that the tastiest desserts aren’t necessarily the prettiest, but you knew that already, didn’t you? If you’re going to go ahead and judge a cake by its outward appearance — maybe by its smooth frosting, or piped flowers, or delicate chocolate drizzle — then this probably isn’t the cake for you. However, if you’re going to judge a cake by it’s actual merits — by its irresistible flavor, by the ease of its preparation, by the nostalgic comfort it provides — well then, you’ve just found the cake of your dreams.
This cake is really more of a dump cake, and involves no baking, or frosting, or beating. What we’re saying is, it couldn’t be easier to throw together. It involves cubing some store-bought angel food cake, and mixing up some strawberry jello, whipped topping, and thawed frozen strawberries. (The kind that come packed in juice in a tub; you want all that goodness in there!) Then it’s just a matter of layering it all together and letting it chill. It’s a cake that anyone can handle, and yet the results are absolutely scrumptious.
While it’s admittedly a little homely, it’s a cake that everyone just loves. It’s got that retro kind of comfort going on, that nostalgia that all jello-ed desserts seem to embody. The chewy bite of angel food swaddled in a sweet and creamy strawberry concoction is just too much to resist. So don’t even try. Just give in to this goodness! You’ll be glad you did.


1 Store-bought angel food cake, cut into cubes
1 (6.0 Oz.) package strawberry jello
2 C. boiling water
1 (8 Oz.) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
1 (16 Oz.) package frozen strawberries in juice, thawed


1-Take half of cubed angel food cake and place in an even layer in a 9×13-inch baking dish.
2-In a large bowl, whisk boiling water into strawberry jello mix, stirring for 1-2 minutes, or until sugar dissolves, then stir in strawberries and juices.
3-Working in spoonfuls, drop frozen whipped topping into strawberry jello mixture, stirring until it’s incorporated.
4-Pour or spoon 1/2 of jello mixture on top of angel food cake in 9×13-inch dish, then repeat with another layer of angel food cake and remaining jello mixture.
4-Place baking dish in fridge and refrigerate for at least 2-3 hours, or until set.
5-When ready to serve, slice or scoop onto serving plates or bowls and enjoy.

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