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After School Snacks: Angel Food Cake & Strawberries

I had bought an angel food cake one day and to prevent us from eating it all up I decided to section it up, some for now and some for future dessert/snack ideas. I took one chunk and cubed it and strung it on a skewer with some strawberries. It was pretty darn easy and made a great after school snack for Christian that day.












I took another piece and used my Pampered Chef Cutters to make mini shapes for the kids. I took my mini skewers and made small skewers of the flower shaped cake with strawberries for another day.

Then I took a big section of the angel food cake and sliced relatively thin slices, about the thickness of a slice of bread. I grouped them into 4's, bagged them, and stuck them in the freezer for future desserts and snacks.

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