So last week, I said I was going to post pictures of the birthday cake my kidlets and I made for their great-grandmother’s 90th birthday. Since I’ve made gluten-free angel food cake before, I’m not going to re-post that recipe. BUT… I will post the recipes for the two glazes we used on the gluten-free angel food cake we made for the party.
And when I say, WE made it, I’m not kidding. Those hands measuring and mixing ingredients belong to both kidlets. Thus proving, even a child (with supervision) can make an angel food cake. 😉
Now! We’re up to the fun parts… the glazes. It’s a Behre tradition going back several generations that angel food cake is decorated in both a vanilla glaze and a semi-sweet chocolate drizzle. But…I am me, so I didn’t drizzle. I got a bit more creative. 😉
Fabulous Vanilla Glaze
Mix all the ingredients in a medium-sized bowl until creamy. Using a ladle, drizzle evenly over the cake, allowing the glaze to run down the sides for effect.
This is what the cake looks like after the vanilla glaze is added. Next comes the chocolate…
And voila! There you have it!