Growing up strawberry shortcake was a huge treat (and my mother's favorite), especially when we did it with Angel Food Cake instead of sponge cake. So when I ran across this recipe for Single Serving Angel Food Cake I knew exactly what was going to happen. First I made up the dry mix: 1 c cake flour, 1 c powdered sugar, 1 tsp salt. The original blog doesn't say anything about sifting, but since powdered sugar is always lumpy I sifted the flour and sugar together and then whisked the salt in well. Then I placed it in a jar with a pretty label :)ater that night I had a hankering for something sweet so I dipped into the jar. First, beat 1 egg white with 1 Tbsp sugar and a drop of lemon juice until stiff. Then, gently fold ¼ c of the dry mix into the egg white. Place the batter in a greased and sugared ramekin (~2x2x2"). The sugaring is really important otherwise the cake (souffle) can't climbing and rise. Bake your delicacy at 350* for 20 min (I used my toaster oven). Cool in on it's side so that it doesn't collapse.
While it was baking I sliced some strawberries and macerated them in a sprinkle of sugar. Then I whipped a some to DIE FOR chocolate whipped cream. Place some heavy whipping cream with a drizzle of vanilla in a (preferably) cold bowl and starting whipping the mess out of it. Once it starts to thicken up add a tablespoon or two of cocoa powder, at least a teaspoon of cream of tartar (so that you can store the leftover without it turning into a runny mess), and a healthy helping of sugar (trust me it will take more than you think to cut the bite of the cocoa powder). And until it is your desired stiffness - I tend to like mine really stiff. You now have a chocolate whipped cream. It will taste like a dark chocolate mousse pretty much if you don't have a heap of sugar and just enough to cut the bite.
Once my cake was cool I plated it up with some strawberries and chocolate whipped cream and DUG IN! It was delicious and will definitely become a staple around here. :) And it the jar of mix will make great gifts! I have a label ready to go for you below. Just right-click, save image, size it to your jar in Word or something similar, print, cut, stick, and your good to go!