Angel Food Sheet Cake?

Decorating By amysjustpeachy Updated 25 Feb 2005 , 1:18am by Susan94

amysjustpeachy Posted 9 Feb 2005 , 5:39pm
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Hi, I've been asked to make a wedding cake with a couple of sheet cakes for extra servings. The bride asked that one of the sheet cakes (12x1icon_cool.gifbe an angel food cake, iced and decorated with the buttercream I'm using for the rest of the cakes. I've never baked an angel food cake in a sheet cake pan OR tried to ice one before. Has anyone tried this, and how did it work? Thank you so much.

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Carriemyvoice Posted 22 Feb 2005 , 8:57pm
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I have made an angel food cake in a sheet pan and it turned out just fine. I lined the bottom of the pan with parchment paper for easy release. I did not ice it with buttercream, I just used a white chocolate ganach over it. It was divine! icon_lol.gif I am sure it would ice pretty easily. It would be pretty with a whipped, swirl effect on it. (if that makes sense)
I have seen an iced angel food cake on a TV food show.
I would just turn the cake out top side down, and ice the bottom and sides.
Hope this helps icon_biggrin.gif

amysjustpeachy Posted 22 Feb 2005 , 9:47pm
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Thanks.........I was actually just in the middle of making it, so we'll see how it one has ever asked me for one before.........

Carriemyvoice Posted 22 Feb 2005 , 9:49pm
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GOOD LUCK! Let me know how it turns out for you. icon_razz.gif

Susan94 Posted 25 Feb 2005 , 1:18am
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and it came out fine. I would start with lots of buttercream and just smooth it on. It might not looking flat and smooth as if it was done on a regular cake but still OK. I never made it in a sheet cake though but maybe you can try it ahead of time incase it doesn't come out (and keep it for you for yummy desserts!) icon_biggrin.gif

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