I printed out this recipe back when food.com was recipezaar...5/6/2010 I have been wanting to make it ever sense...this was extremely easy to prepare...instead of cool whip I just topped each piece with some whipped cream...very yummy...I forgot how sticky angel food cake can be...so the cutting wasn't very pretty...that explains why there aren't any photo's...but I'm posting one anyway...:)
I like to put sliced strawberries or mixed fresh berries on top. It is delicious.
This is absolutely delicious.
I have made this cake about 5 times now, and it is always perfect !
Thank you for posting this recipe.
WOW!!!! SOOOOOOO good! SOOOOO easy! I have made it twice already, and we are not even big fans of pineapple, but this cake is delicious.
This cake is delicious. I have made this probably 10 times for work birthday parties. Just make sure you use the angel food cake mix that you only need to add water.
My husband requested that I make this again. We both loved it and you can eat as much as you want!
Well, I must be the densest woman in a kitchen yet or I am way to literal when reading instructions. The first instruction says "mix cake batter with undrained pineapple." "Batter" in my mind means "water and mix" have married to make "batter". So I added the pineapple to the "batter" and baked it. It came out quite thin and there was about a 1/3" thick gelatinous layer for the bottom. It wasn't until I read WW Girl's review saying it was a cool experiment adding the pineapple to the "mix". <br/>It tastes alright and hubby seems to enjoy it, but I can't wait to try again, using the pineapple AS the water the mix calls for.
Sorry to be the one to ruin the perfect rating, but this was WAY too sweet.
This cake was awesome!
It doesn't get any simpler than this! I didn't believe it would work but it came out great. Whole family loved it.