I haven’t been this excited about a recipe in a long time! I sought out a slice of light and airy Grain-Free Angel Food Cake for years and now, I’m thrilled to share it with you.
Angel Food Cake is worth the time investment and provides a fun activity for kids to join in, especially since you need to cool it upside-down!
Here’s a pic of the cake cooling upside-down
A few things to help you out – I tried the cake with coconut sugar as well as maple sugar and both versions turned out fantastic. It’s really important that you bake this in an angel food cake pan, as it will spill out over a regular cake or Bundt pan and end up a burned mess on the bottom of your oven. Lastly, a can of some sort is necessary (if your bundt pan doesn’t have feet), because you’ll need to cool the cake upside-down while sitting on the can.
The cake is wonderful on its own, but I couldn’t resist a dollop of whipped cream and berries on top!