Gooey Blueberry Angel Food Cake Dessert Recipe {2 ingredients!}

Angel Food Berry Cake 2 ingredients

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What’s dinner without a tasty dessert??  If you’re looking for a fun Angel Food Berry Dessert, I’ve got just the thing… Gooey Blueberry Angel Food Cake!

Not only is this twist on angel food cake oh-so-yummy… it’s super easy ~ I’m talking 2 ingredients easy!!

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What You’ll Need:

  • 1 box of Betty Crocker Angel Food Cake Mix  {I only use the Betty Crocker brand.  Do NOT use brands that have 2 mixes, like a cake mix and an egg mix… you’ll end up with the wrong consistency}.
  • 1 can of Berry Pie Filling {blackberry, blueberry, etc.} ~ approx. 22 oz.

What You’ll Do:

Mix powder cake mix and pie filling together…
{don’t add any other ingredients}
Place in 9×13 ungreased baking dish…
Bake at 350 degrees for 28 – 30 minutes.
Mmm… just look at the yummy finished product…

Note:  It’s common for the cake to fall in the middle a bit after cooking… and that’s okay ~ it won’t be the consistency of your traditional angel food cake, but it WILL be a gooey blueberry tasty treat!

After cake has cooled, slice and serve warm, topped with whipped cream. It’s delish… I promise!

See Also:
2-Ingredient Pineapple Angel Food Fluff Cake

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138 Responses to Gooey Blueberry Angel Food Cake Dessert Recipe {2 ingredients!}

  1. Rachel says:

    Do you mix the cake mix with all the ingredients it calls for or just the pie filling? Sounds yummy!!!

    • Brittni says:


      I’ve tried this with cherry pie filling and it was delish, also!

      • Diane says:

        I made this with a can of crushed pineapple (same size can) juice and all…it was delish…
        Mixed a small container of cool whip 1/2 c, of sliced almond and 1/2 cup coconut and put a scoop on top to serve…it was very yummy.

      • Marta says:

        it’s great with pineapple too… next time i want to add coconut with the pineapple :-)

        • krista says:

          I havent tried it with coconut but im gonna try it. I loved with pinapple

        • Sam says:

          Just don’t put the coconut IN the mix ( just mix angel food cake mix plus pineapple ) and add coconut on top afterwords bc when you flip it to cool it will fall apart.

      • sherri says:

        I was wondering if you used pumpkin pie filling with some spices like cinnamon and etc. would work too?

        • Annie says:

          My husband started making pumpkin muffins like this. He uses a box of yellow or white cake mix and a can of pumpkin pie (like you mentioned). Then add pumpkin pie spice and mix it all together and bake in muffin pans. So, your idea works.

          • Carla says:

            You can make the muffins using a spice cake mix and cut out the need for adding anything else. I’ve made 2 ingredient pumpkin muffins that way for years!

      • Lindsey V. says:

        You should try making this with lemon pie filling! So good.

        Just mix a package of one-step angel food cake with one can of lemon pie filling and bake in a pre-heated 350 degree oven for 20 minutes. Bake in an UNgreased 9×13 pan.

    • Sue says:

      I found this cake kinda sinks in the middle and to prevent this I have turned it upside down to cool like you do angel food cakes and it worked is now consistent … I have little handles on the side of my pan and set it up on the edge so the top of cake doesnt touch counter

    • Bianca says:

      Had it today as breakfast, so yummy and great warm. I just served it with some almonds on the side and a cup of coffee. Closed my eyes and felt like I was in Starbucks heaven….

  2. Allison M. says:

    Just the cake powder mix and berry filling? No need to actually prepare the cake mix?

  3. Whitney @ Coupon Wonder Mom says:

    OH.MY.GOODNESS! This looks delicious, I seriously have to make this! I always love the recipes you post!

  4. Amy says:

    That looks awesome! Does it work with other fruit too?

  5. Heidi @ The Frugal Girls! says:

    Yes… I know it sounds too easy to be true, but you just mix the cake powder mix and the pie filling {don't add any other ingredients}. :)

    ~ Heidi

  6. Anonymous says:

    Great with crushed pineapple, too. Got the recipe from Weight Watchers!

    • Sarah says:

      How many Points plus is a serving? How many servings does WW say is in the pan?

      • Sue Powell says:

        If you make it with a 22 oz. can of crushed pineapple, you can cook it in a large angel food cake pan. If cut into 12 pieces, it counts 0 points if you eat 1 slice a day. Cool one to two hours before removing from the pan. You can serve it with a little cool whip and some sliced strawberries or cut up fresh pineapple.

        • CINDY says:

          thank you! i was hoping someone was going to figure out the PP. :) have you all tried the recipe using cake mix with the diet soda?

      • Mikki says:

        I just looked the WW points up (because I want to make it), and it’s 5 points a slice. 4 if you use crushed pineapple instead. Sue, I’m confused. Where did you get 0 points from? Are you using the simply filling technique?

        • Rebecca says:

          I just calculated all the numbers out. If you do it with EITHER the pie filling OR the pineapple, 24 servings, is 2 old points or 2 points plus. No way this is 0 pts with all that sugar. I manually added this. As the other person said, if you make it 12 servings, that would bump the points up x2, or 4 old points or 5 points plus because of the sugars. Just a FYI, wouldn’t want someone to mess up their weight loss because of this error.

    • Catherine says:

      Yes, my daughter makes it with crushed pineapple and it is AWESOME!!!!! Love the super easy Weight Watchers desserts!

  7. Civilla says:

    Oh, that looks FANTASTIC! I'll have to try that!

  8. Melissa says:

    It was GREAT – and how crazy is 2 ingredients! Thanks

  9. clallen says:

    wow, this sounds easy and amazingly good.

  10. Katie says:

    Wow I can't believe that recipe, I'm going to have to try that one too! I have some many great things here!

  11. Alexis AKA MOM says:

    What a GREAT idea! Love it, and I bet my boys would love it. Thanks so much for sharing, stopping by from TMTT :)

  12. SnoWhite says:

    how easy is that… and yummy looking to!


  13. mom2priceboys says:

    Any pie filling I suppose or a can of pineapple any way,this has to be good!! Thanks for sharing.
    I bet all ingredients were under $4for 12 nice servings?

  14. Donna says:

    Making this for Easter dinner tomorrow! Using strawberry pie filling! And together, it cost about $6 and some change (pie filling, other than apple or cherry, isn’t that cheap!)! Hope it’s great… will update ;)

  15. Amber Prestriedge says:

    Thank you i just made it and i loved it… :) so easy to make!!!

  16. Jennifer says:

    Do you think this would work in a bunt pan?

    • Sue LeDuc says:

      I tried it in a regular angel food cake pan – cooked it at 350 for 45 minutes, and it was mush! – fell right out of the pan when I turned it upside down like I always do with angel food cakes. Stick to the pan they suggested! :)

  17. kristin says:

    I have been making a cake like this for years. You can use any box of cake mix, and I usually use a can of whole-berry cranberry sauce. You can also substitute the fruit filling for a container of yogurt. It makes a wondersul cake for trifles too!

  18. Kim says:

    I made this with apple pie filling and dutch apple pie topping. DELISH!

  19. Allie says:

    Would you drain the crushed pineapple?

  20. Amy says:

    Just ran across this recipe after noticing I’ve had an Angel Food Cake mix in the pantry for quite awhile now along with a can of apple pie filling I don’t remember buying. Anyway, I just mixed this up, and it’s in the oven as I type this. It sure couldn’t be easier, and I have no doubt that it’s delicious. Can’t wait to try it! Thanks!

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