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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Blueberry Angel Cake {Kitchen Meets Girl}

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Lucky you!  My sweet friend, Ashley from  Kitchen Meets Girl is here today! She is amazing. She has loads of wonderful recipes on her blog like Strawberry Orange Margaritas (I will take two, please), Nutella Filled Oatmeal Cookie Pies (mmmmm...) and White Chocolate Blueberry Crunch Bread (oh my!).  I just know you're gonna love her - I do!
Enjoy, and give her nice warm welcome!


 Hi guys! I’m Ashley and I blog over at Kitchen Meets Girl. I’m super stoked to be posting over here today. Stephanie's blog is pretty much the bomb-diggity, because she has the awesome knack of putting a healthy spin on some really mouthwatering treats. I mean, seriously -- Skinny Cinnamon Swirl Nutella Bread? Um, sign me up. And Skinny Peanut Butter Truffles? Yes, please. Sooooo, since I'm taking over the Back for Seconds blog today, I thought it only fitting that I share a super yummy and healthy recipe with you all. And even better? This recipe only has two ingredients. It's practically not even a recipe.
 If you spend any time around my blog at all, you'll often hear me talk about how my husband doesn't like sweets. I know. Weird, right? But when he spotted this cake just out of the oven on the kitchen counter, he ate three pieces. Before dinner. And another piece afterwards. This is high praise, folks. Want the (non) recipe? I hope so, 'cause I brought it with me, just in case.

Blueberry Angel Cake


  • 1 box angel food cake mix 
  • 1 22-ounce can blueberry pie filling (other flavors would work, too--try cherry or lemon!) 
  • whipped cream and blueberries for serving, optional 


 1. Preheat oven to 350. Spray a 9x13 pan with non-stick cooking spray and set aside. 2. In a large bowl, stir together the angel food cake mix and your can of pie filling. The mixture will puff up--that's okay! 3. Pour batter into your prepared pan, and bake for 30 minutes, or until top is golden and a skewer inserted in the middle of the cake comes out clean. The cake will puff up while baking and deflate as it cools. 4. Serve with whipped cream and fresh blueberries, if desired.

 These bars take just a few minutes to mix up–and who doesn’t love a quick and easy dessert?! It was so nice “meeting” you all, and I sure hope you stop by my little ol’ blog and say hi! You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest! Thanks again, Stephanie, for having me here today! Have a happy Wednesday, everyone!
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8 comments:

Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

Oh my goodness, I love this idea! SO yum. I need to try an apple version...

Pamela Henderson said...

Oh this looks delicious!

ara said...

sounds yummy indeed, but i wonder what classifies this as "healthy?"

- what does the box angel food cake mix consist of?
- 22-ounce can blueberry pie filling....chalk full of preservatives?

the sugar content alone must be through the roof. truly does sound yummy, i'm just not sure this can be considered "healthy" as its being presented.

ara said...

sounds yummy indeed, but i wonder what classifies this as "healthy?"

- what does the box angel food cake mix consist of?
- 22-ounce can blueberry pie filling....chalk full of preservatives?

the sugar content alone must be through the roof. truly does sound yummy, i'm just not sure this can be considered "healthy" as its being presented.

Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel said...

I think Ashley is made of magic. A two-ingredient angel food cake? Is that even real life?! Looks SUPER yummy; love blueberries!

Mommacats said...

I can't imagine this being called healthy either. Tasty and easy - sure, but healthy? no way.

Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl said...

Thanks so much for inviting me over to post! As for the "healthiness" of the recipe...just a little tongue in cheek since it's not quite as fattening as the other baked goodies I typically make. :-)

Mandy said...

When the hubby approves you know it's gotta be good. I am making this!

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