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Holiday Angel Food Delight

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This may be frozen for use during holidays. If frozen, let sit 5 minutes, cut and serve.

Ingredients

1 pre-made angel food cake
2 packages (3.4 ounces each)instant pistachio pudding mix
1 carton (8 ounces) whipped topping, thawed
1 can (32 ounces) cherry pie filling

Instructions

Brush or thinly slice off all brown crust from angel food cake. Discard or use otherwise. Tear cake into 1-inch pieces and place in 9x13-inch pan coated with non-stick cooking spray. Mix pudding into whipped topping. Pour mixture evenly over cake pieces. Refrigerate 1 hour. Stir pie filling until uniform, then pour cherry filling evenly over the top of cake mixture. Chill for 24 hours and serve.

Brenda Fikes, Illinois City



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