A lovely low fat chocolate cake. The chocolate flavour is light, and the cake is wonderful served with fresh fruit. There's about 3g of fat per portion. For best flavour and texture, serve the cake on the day it's made and be sure to avoid any traces of yolk in the egg whites, which prevents them from whipping to their fullest.
Can I just say DELICIOUS?!?!?!?!?! I agree with the one reviewer who said this is the perfect chocolate flavor - not too sweet, not too bitter, and not at all 'fake' chocolate tasting. Perfect!!! Directions are very good, was very easy to prepare. After it was completely cooled, I dusted the top with powdered sugar, and served the cake with some fresh sliced strawberries. If you like the light texture of an angel food cake, and the flavor of a rich chocolate brownie, you will LOVE this dessert!!! - 28 Mar 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This was my 1st attempt at a chocolate angel food & my 2nd attempt at any homemade angel food. It was scrumptious, light, & just right chocolatey. I didn't have any semi-sweet choc. squares so I ran 1/3 cup of choc. chips thru my Thunderstick Food Processor. I've made 2 angel foods so far w/my new Kitchen Aid & they're both WONDERFUL! THANKS! - 04 Jun 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Very good and pretty simple. The instructions were very well thought out. I am going to make this again tonight. Mine turned a bit flat but I think my eggs were too old or I cooked it too long. I also used chips I just chopped them with a knife. I liked the little chocolate chunks. - 23 Jul 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)