3 Reviews

Great Recipe, Great Taste, Super Easy Last week I had an unexpected dinner invitation and carried this for dessert. We were not sure how many guests would show up, so in a pretty footed glass bowl, I layered store bought angel food cake ( I had frozen in my freezer ) then the cream and then another layer of cake cubes with the cream on top. We topped each serving with thawed mixed berries ( Which I had in the freezer ) on top. Since a trip to the store can mean more than 100 miles round trip,I will make sure I have all the ingredients to make this wonderful dessert on hand, just in case another unexpected dinner invitation comes along.

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lesliecoy June 07, 2007

This was really good! I used a prepared angel food cake; and mixed the yogurt with cheesecake flavored pudding mix. Made my own whipped cream for it and fresh raspberries. I cut the cake up in one inch pieces and layered it in a trifle bowl - two layers; with the extra whipped cream on top. Made it for Easter dinner and it was gobbled up! This is a very versatile recipe - Thanks for posting!

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Kalija April 08, 2013

Hi Luvs2cook, I made this recipe yesterday for my domino group and we all loved it. What a hit. I didn't have any lemon yogurt so I used plain sweetened with splenda and I also sweetened my strawberries with splenda. I am a diabetic and this recipe wasn't to sweet just right. Its a keeper. Thanks for posting it. Be well...nanniejo

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nannie jo June 02, 2005
Angel Food Cake With Lemon Cream and Berries