Category Archives: Kid Friendly Cooking

Recipes that will allow kids to do most of the cooking.

Key Lime Angel Food Cake

Hello! This is my first ever blog post, I find it kind of awkward.

Lets just get on with the recipe.

My mom found this recipe of pinterest, and ever since then, its been a family favorite. I also made a version of this cake, with cherry, on my aunt’s blog, This and That.

Recently, I uploaded a video on YouTube of me making this cake. The video is below.

However, if you do not want to watch the video, here is what you do, but I don’t have any pictures.

THIS RECIPE IS EASY, AND YOUR CHILD COULD MAKE IT WITH MINIMAL ASSISTANCE, THOUGH THERE ARE SOME THINGS THAT YOU MAY NEED TO HELP THEM WITH. PLEASE SUPERVISE YOUR CHILDREN IF YOU CHOOSE TO MAKE IT WITH THEM

For this recipe will need a 16 ounce box of Duncan Hines angel food cake mix, a 22 ounce can of Duncan Hines key lime creme, an ungreased, 9 by 13 pan, a large bowl, a spatula, a can opener, and a pair of scissors.

To start off, preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, have your child, or you, open the box of cake mix and open it. You will most likely need to use the scissors. CHILDREN, PLEASE BE CAREFUL IF YOU USE THEM. Pour the mix into the bowl. Next, open up the can of key lime creme using the can opener. Please supervise your child while they do this, or do this yourself. Then pour the creme into the bowl and mix the batter together until well mixed. When it is fully mixed, transfer the batter into the ungreased pan. Spread the batter as evenly as you can around the pan. Run a knife through the cake to get rid of the air bubbles. Please supervise this step very well, or do this yourself to make sure that your child does not get hurt.

After that is done, place the cake in the oven and leave it in there for 38 minutes.

After the cake has been baked, place it on a cooling rack to let it cool. When it is cooled, you may decorate it in any way that you’d like.

There you have it, folks. The first blog post for MadBatterBaking. Follow me on Twitter here and on Facebook here, and subscribe to my YouTube channel!

Well, that’s it! If you made and enjoyed this recipe, please tell me! Have fun, but be careful!

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