I just LOVE a recipe I can literally throw together… so when I saw this recipe for Strawberry Angel Bites while reviewing Gooseberry Patch’s Meals in Minutes… I was sold.
While I love and adore Angel Food Cake…
I stink at making it…
I can make all kinds of things with it (Heavenly Pumpkin Cake, Chocolate Berry Trifles, etc.).
But when it comes to making straight up angel food cake, my best bet is to just purchase it… and save myself the headache.
So, when I saw the sugar free option at the grocery store… I gave it a try.
It was about half the calories of traditional angel food cake.
I like to use muffin tins to portion out sweets at home, so I grabbed my jumbo muffin tins and split the cubes of angel food cake into the 12 cups.
Then take two of the small boxes of strawberry jello (again, I used sugar free) and pour them out into a bowl.
Dissolve in 2 cups of water (Note: Next time I will use warm water to aid in the dissolving process).
Add 12 oz frozen strawberries that have been thawed.
And 8 0z of whipped topping…
Mix until combined and pour over your angel food cake.
Place in the fridge until they set up.
The whole family loved these!
Strawberry Angel Bites
- 1 9 oz Angel Food Cake Cal count based on Sugar Free
- 2 Small Boxes Strawberry Jello Cal count based on Sugar Free
- 2 Cups Warm Water
- 12 oz Frozen Strawberries- thawed
- 8 oz Cool Whip Cal Count based on Fat Free
- Cube Angel Food Cake and place in jumbo muffin cups OR a 2 Quart Dish
- Set aside
- Dissolve Jello in water.
- Add strawberries and cool whip and mix until combined
- Spoon strawberry mixture over top of angel food cake
- Refrigerate until set
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Kerin Darbro says
That looks like an easy-peasy treat to make! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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Sara Benefiel says
This will be PERFECT in my quest for sweets that I can have while enduring gestational diabetes!!! YAY! I can’t wait to try it!