Comes out delicous and they always ask for more. I use Duncan Hines Signature Angel Food Cake Mix And Kroger's private selection lemon fruit filling 23 oz. Mix it until no powder remains and i butter a throw away 12 3/4" by 9" stuffing pan. 25 minutes. First time I mixed it too much and it fell.
Guest Foodie October 29, 2013 REVIEW:
Just tried this recipe and it works. Just cake mix and lemon pie filling. Brilliant!
Member since: Jul 11, 2013
Quilter612 July 11, 2013 REVIEW:
I love the flovor but why did mine fall in the pan..Left them in for the time allowed
Member since: Jul 2, 2013
restivo July 2, 2013 REVIEW:
JUST WONDERING FOR THESE BARS DO YOU USE DRY ANGEL FOOD CAKE OR PREPARE AS INSTRUCTED ON PACKAGE BEFORE YOU ADD PIE FILLING
CDKitchen Staff Reply: Just the dry cake mix.
char May 6, 2013 COMMENT: Can you use cook& serve pudding? I couldn't find canned lemon pie filling.
Lemony May 14, 2012 COMMENT: Is it ok to use the lemon creme pie filling instead of the plain lemon pie filling?
Guest Foodie March 31, 2012 COMMENT: is it the canned lemon pie filling mix that is called for, or is it the stuff you make from a mix?
CDKitchen Staff Reply: I believe it's the canned lemon pie filling
PWE December 10, 2011 REVIEW:
I used the 17x11 jelly roll pan and they turned out perfectly.
Julie H November 23, 2011 REVIEW:
The angel food cake mix I had had two bags in it, one was the egg white & the other was the flour mixture. So I mixed the two then added the pie filling & baked the time I was told to.
A) Do all angel food cake mixes have two pouches?
1) It was poofed up, so I thought I undercooked it.
I did take it out after another 3 min & added the powered sugar, after 10 min or so it did flatten, but the consistency is thick. What did I do wrong?
Carol October 5, 2011 COMMENT: Really want to try this, I have the large size jelly roll pan 13 x 17 1/2 will that work?
Guest Foodie May 2, 2011 REVIEW:
This recipe is so simple but so tasty! Made it for a ladies lunch and got rave reviews.
GlassGal June 6, 2009 COMMENT: This is so simple AND so delicious.
Got MANY rave reviews. Also, I added
cream cheese frosting with a few
sprinkles of pecans! YUM!
Guest Foodie April 7, 2009 COMMENT: It sounds easy and delicious. So, it's just the cake mix and pie filling or are you adding water also as the cake mix requires? thanks
CDKitchen Staff Reply: Yes, it's just the two ingredients (cake mix and pie filling)
Baker Chick February 1, 2009 REVIEW:
I didn't honestly think this recipe would work, based on only 2 ingredients, but since I had the lemon pie filling and had no other real use for it, I decided to go for it!
Surprisingly, it turned out great and my family is loving it!
wow.something so simple can work!I will keep the ingredients on hand, because it's quick and easy to make.
Guest Foodie January 21, 2008 REVIEW:
Found this recipe at another site a few years back and made it for my students on a couple occasions. Also, I used a cream cheese frosting with a touch of lemon zest. Really tricked it out nicely. Definitely more lemon cake than bar, but my students loved it and so did this non-baker.
Deb December 18, 2007 COMMENT: I tried this and I sure don't know how I could have messed up, but they didn't look like bars to me. It was like 1" high cake, and not gooey at all.
Val September 15, 2007 REVIEW:
At first it would seem there is not enough 'liquid' but the lemon pie filling really soaks up the cake mix. The bars turn out with the angel food cake spongy, sticky texture plus tender coconut chewiness. It is a good blend of lemon and coconut flavors without being overwhelming. And FAST, cheap, and easy to make!!!!