Mom's Angel Food, Peaches and Cream Cake!

Mom's Angel Food, Peaches And Cream Cake! Recipe

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Ginger Carco


My Mom, made this Delicious Dessert Cake. We all loved it, it was light, an so good. It is called Mom's Angel Food, Peaches and Cream Cake! GIGI


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3 can(s)
del monte, peaches halves or whole, can be sliced.
1 can(s)
ready whip cream, or cool whip.
1 lb
angel food cake.


How to Make Mom's Angel Food, Peaches and Cream Cake!


  • 1First you will need a 1lb, Angel Food Cake. The Cake can be in either Whole or in Halves.
  • 2Next step, is to have 3 Cans, of Del Monte Peaches, either,they can be sliced, or whole and you can cut them in halves.
  • 3Next step, is to have a can of Reddy Whip Cream, or Cool Whip.
  • 4Cut cake in half and layer with the peaches and whip cream. Put the top of the cake on and layer again, with peaches and cream.
  • 5Put Cake in the refridgerator for 20 minutes to chill, and then take it out, and Enjoy!

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About Mom's Angel Food, Peaches and Cream Cake!

Course/Dish: Cakes
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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