Easy Boo Berry™ Cake

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This easy cake is colorful and moist, with a creamy, crunchy topping.MORE+LESS-

Updated December 25, 2014


(16 ounce) box Betty Crocker™ angel food cake mix


(21 ounce) can blueberry pie filling


ounces frozen whipped topping, thawed

Boo Berry™ cereal crushed, for topping

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    In a large bowl combine the angel food cake mix and blueberry pie filling.

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    Pour into an ungreased Bundt pan and bake for 25-30 minutes on the lowest rack of the oven. Remove from oven and Immediately turn pan upside down onto heatproof funnel or bottle. Cool completely.

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    Loosen cake by running a long metal spatula along inside edge of pan. Place serving plate upside down on pan. Invert to place cake right-side up onto the serving plate.

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    Top with whipped cream and crushed Boo Berry™ cereal. Slice and serve immediately.

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  • Berrilicious and and sweet, and uber easy to make, this Easy Boo Berry Cake will have you shrieking for joy.

    This Easy Boo Berry Cake has the angel food texture that we all love and blueberries mixed throughout for a moist and tasty dessert.

    To test how incredibly easy this recipe is to make, I put my 3-year-old to the challenge and let him make it from start to finish, barring all oven handling of course.

    Check out the how to:

    Start with a Betty Crocker angel food cake mix and blueberry pie filling.

    Pour them into a large bowl.

    Mix them together with a big spoon or hand mixer.

    Pour the batter into an ungreased Bundt pan and bake.

    Look how pretty she is...

    There! You're done.

    My son was thrilled with his beautiful blue masterpiece. Honestly from here you could eat it warm with ice cream and be in absolute heaven.

    But it's also great cold, smothered in whipped cream, and topped with crumbled Boo Berry cereal for some crunch. How can you have a Boo Berry cake without the cute little Boo Berry ghosts on top?

    There are endless possibilities with this cake using any of your favorite fruit fillings. If you're a cherry fan, go for that. I think I might try pineapple filling next time and top it with whipped cream and toasted coconut.

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How to make this loaf cake

First, make the strawberry pound cake for the center.

In a large bowl, cream the butter until smooth. Scrape down the sides, add the sugar and continue beating until light and fluffy (about 1-2 minutes). Scrape down the sides.

In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, egg yolks, salt, strawberry emulsion and 4-5 drops of red food gel coloring.

With your mixer on low, slowly pour the egg mixture into the batter. Once all of the mixture has been added, increase the speed to medium-high and beat for 1-2 minutes.

With the mixer back on low, begin added the flour 1/3 cup at a time. Once all of the flour has been added, scrape down the sides, turn the mixer up to medium and beat for 1-2 minutes.

Pour the batter into a parchment paper lined 9″x9″ pan, smooth with an offset spatula and bake at 350F for 30-35 minutes.

Second, cut out the cake hearts.

While the cake is still warm (but cool enough to handle), use a small heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out heart-shaped pieces of cake.

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Third, make the rest of the pound cake.

For this step, you’re going to repeat all of the steps for making the batter from step one, but with the ingredients for the vanilla pound cake.

Once your batter is ready, spread a thin half-inch layer of batter in the bottom of a loaf pan.

Place the heart-shaped pieces of pound cake in a line in the loaf pan leaving about 1/2″ of space at either end.

Gently start pouring the remaining vanilla batter around and over the top of the hearts, stopping occasionally to press it down around the heart, making sure it doesn’t go between them.

Smooth the top of the cake with an offset spatula and bake at 350F for 1 hour 10 minutes to 1 hour 15 minutes (or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean).

Finally, make and top the cake with icing.

In a bowl, whisk together the icing until smooth and lump free.

Microwave the icing for 15-20 seconds. Cooking the icing will help it crust faster, which will keep it from streaming down the sides of your cake indefinitely. Allow the icing to cool for about a minute.

Stir the icing to break up any crust that might have formed and pour it over your cake. Top with sliced strawberries.

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It was around the 1650s that cakes similar to today's first appeared. Round cake molds and pans for baking cakes became quite popular, as did thick layers of sugar icing for decoration. Two centuries later, by the 1850s, Victorian cooks were using baking powder and finely refined flours.

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