I was blown away by the rich chocolate and light texture! My family and friends raved about it. Served with berries and fat free whipped topping, it is only 150 calories for a generous portion. It felt like I was cheating! I am anxious to serve this again. The key to success is to follow the well written instructions and make sure you use fresh, room temperature egg whites. I am fortunate enough to go out and gather them from the hen house, but anyone can make this. Just don't rush and don't overbeat the whites.
Chocolate Angel Food Cake
From EatingWell: March/April 1991
Serve this chocolate angel food cake with low-fat frozen yogurt and fresh fruit.
2 Reviews for Chocolate Angel Food Cake
I was very disappointed by this recipe. Maybe the problem was me and not knowing how to make a good angel food cake, but I followed the directions precisely and my cake had collapsed within 5 minutes of removing it from the oven. I was very disappointed because it was a nice light flavor, but the texture was horrible; unpleasantly spongy on the bottom, and goopy on top where it settled when it collapsed. I threw it away, no one wanted it. I would not recommend making this recipe unless you really know how to make an angel food cake. Even then, I'm interested to hear if veteran angel food cake bakers had any luck with this recipe.