Angel Food Cake with Mango Sauce

You have to try this totally easy dessert! It's just angel food cake and a totally lickable mango sauce

MMMMMMM, Angel Food Cake with Mango Sauce!  Just look at all of that goodness. There’s something about the sweet, tender, spongy angel food cake with fresh strawberries and a mango sauce that makes your eyes roll back in your head with delight. I looooove how fresh it tastes. I love that you can actually taste the berries, cake and mangoes unlike some desserts that are so full of extras that you can’t even taste the main ingredient.


You have to try this totally easy dessert! It's just angel food cake and a totally lickable mango sauce


For my birthday in April I chose to have this dessert since I couldn’t have a cake with dairy. It was WORTH IT!! In fact, I think I’ll make it again this weekend. I love fresh, sweet, and simple. Don’t you?


You have to try this totally easy dessert! It's just angel food cake and a totally lickable mango sauce


Dairy free desserts can sometimes be a little lame or not worth the time, but this one is fresh and perfect for summer. And if you don’t feel like taking the time to make our recipe for ANGEL FOOD CAKE then you can just hop over to the store and buy one! I wont tell a soul, promise.


Can Angel Food Cake be Baked in a Regular Cake Pan?

You can bake an angel food cake in a regular cake pan.

Be sure not to grease the pan.

When cracks that form are dry and the crust is dark golden brown, tip the pan upside down resting each corner on can of equal height until cool.


Can a Diabetic Eat Angel Food Cake?

As a type 2 diabetic, you can eat angel food cake in moderate amounts, but a serving should replace a serving of milk, starch or fruit.


How Do You Ripen a Mango?

Do not refrigerate an unripe mango; the cold stops the ripening process.

If you have already cut your unripe mango, you want to speed up the ripening process as quickly as possible so that it ripens before it rots and you can enjoy eating it.

To Ripen a mango,  place it in a paper bag with another ripe fruit such as an apple or banana.


Angel Food Cake with Mango Sauce

A really light and craveable dessert, angel food cake with fresh mango sauce
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Angel Food Cake with Mango Sauce

Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: 500+ Best Dessert Recipes
Keyword: angel food, cake, dessert, mango, strawberry
Servings: 1 recipe
Calories: 2078kcal
Author: Sweet Basil


  • 1 Angel food cake
  • Fresh Strawberries
  • 2 Mangoes
  • 1 Cup Sugar
  • 5 Tablespoons Lime Juice
  • 2 Teaspoons Corn Starch
  • 1 Tablespoon Water


  • Puree the mangoes until smooth.
  • Pour into a saucepan and heat over medium heat.
  • Add lime juice and sugar.
  • Stir together water and cornstarch.
  • Slowly stir the cornstarch mixture into the mango mixture.
  • Heat until slightly thickening and remove from heat.
  • Let cool a little and then place in the fridge to chill.
  • Slice the cake, strawberries and then serve with sauce.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 2078kcal | Carbohydrates: 504.9g | Protein: 26.1g | Fiber: 16.3g | Sugar: 293.1g
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I'm obsesed with mango and this dessert was seriously incredible! Especially that macadamia nut crust! Plus, it's actually really easy! ohsweetbasil.com_

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Carrian Cheney

Lover of all things beautiful, good and delicious. Wife, mother, friend, foodie.

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10 comments on “Angel Food Cake with Mango Sauce”

  1. From the comments I see this is an older post. Just hope your dairy free diet includes plenty of egg whites, as you use about a dozen egg whites and sugar with a touch of flour, (and I add vanilla or almond extract),to make an angel food cake!Store bought is generally awful, both in texture and flavor, but the cake mix, is easy and outstanding if you like short cuts!

    • Hi Kay,
      My dairy free (which was mentioned in earlier posts but I totally should have clarified here) was just cows milk not eggs as it was all for allergies my daughter was experiencing while nursing. It was a wild first year as she had so many issues with so many foods, even rice and soy! Crazy enough, just like the doctor said it all ended when she turned a year. I could hardly believe it. 🙂

  2. That mango sauce Is killing me!!! I seriously want to dive into my screen right now.

  3. OMG!! I seriously can’t get over the mango sauce!! It looks so delicious… YUMMM!! Will be making it soon. thanks for sharing!

  4. Just made this tonight for an engagement party and it was a great success!!!

  5. Oh my goodness! Mango sauce!? Why didn't I think of that? That looks fantastic!

  6. that looks so good. i think i will have to make it this weekend for my family.

  7. Anything with Mangoes grabs my attention! This looks delicious. I love angel food cake because it is a “healthy” dessert.