Angel food cake is an American dessert that has a light.
Airy texture and can be served as the main dish or as a decadent addition to any meal.
The most common way to serve angel food cake is by itself with whipped cream or ice cream on top, but it can also be used in recipes such as trifles.
Angel food cakes are usually baked in high heat ovens which helps them rise and maintain their shape while baking.
However, if you want to freeze your angel food cake before serving it later.
There are some things you need to know first!
1) First off, make sure the angel food cake is completely cooled before putting it into your freezer. This means letting it sit out for a few hours or overnight.
If you want to have it in the freezer by lunchtime, make sure it’s cooled before breakfast! This will ensure that when the cake is defrosted, it won’t be too moist and crumbly.
When making your angel food cakes ahead of time don’t glaze them with anything like lemon juice or powdered sugar as they may become sticky after thawing.
This step would only take extra minutes but can ruin your perfect dessert if you’re not careful!
If possible freeze your cakes on an airtight cookie sheet so they are easier to move around even if frozen solid. Don’t forget to cover tightly with plastic wrap first.