This week we celebrated a special birthday. My youngest Stella Rose turned 5 years old!
Her Jojo Siwa birthday party at our local library was postponed because of the quarantine but that didn’t mean we could still have fun at home!
We woke her up with a balloon drop, decorated, played music, and made cake.
This cake is a new favorite of ours not only because it tastes great but also because it is made with just 2 ingredients!
We call it Pineapple Quarantine Cake because all you need are pantry ready ingredients and it uses no eggs, milk, or butter.
My girls and I are hosting a new Facebook Live video series on my blog Facebook age and this week we share this cake recipe.
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Pineapple Quarantine Cake
- 1 box Angel Food Cake mix
- 20 oz can crashed pineapple in juice
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Spray a 9x13 pan with non stick spray.
- Pour dry cake mix into the pan.
- Add crushed pineapple with juice and stir until combined and frothy.
- Bake for 30 minutes until golden.
- Let cool slightly then cut into slices and serve.
I love how easy this is! And delicious too. I made a cake for my husband’s work and everyone raved about it.
Pour dry cake mix into a 9×13 greased pan.
Spread the mix to cover the whole bottom.
Now add a can of crushed pineapple with juice on top.
Mix it well until it is fully combined and wet.
It will be frothy and bubble up. Now it’s ready!
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
It will be golden and delicious! The texture is soft but fully baked through.
Look at the girl! She sure loved her cake!
Let cool slightly then slice into squares and serve. No toppings or frosting needed! Enjoy.
My husband delivered the cake to the hospital he works at as a thank you for all the hardworking healthcare workers.
He and his fellow respiratory therapists loved it!
This looks so amazing! Can’t wait to let my daughter try it out!
Your baby girl looks so excited to have made that cake. Good job, Mama!
This looks so good I’ll have to try making it with my kids thanks so much for the great recipe.
This looks and sounds delicious! And it’s healthy because it has pineapple. A girl can dream right?!
I love how simple this cake is! I can definitely have my kids help with this one for sure.
This is great. I like the 2 ingredient idea. The less ingredients, the less mess and more toddler help. My son loves helping me bake but sometimes I just lose it with the mess he creates.
What an interesting recipe. It is nice to try out some new baking projects while we are stuck at home.
I’m making this! I love pineapple anything! I wonder if it would work to use a fresh one? I have one I need to use.
This cake looks like it’s really good.
this looks so delish.. i now want one slice..
This looks delicious! I have never tried one ! Definitely going to make one
you make this look super easy, cant wait to try it
Wow, now that is one happy looking kiddo! And I LOVE how simple this cake recipe is, especially when so many baking ingredients are impossible to find these days.