All I can say is OMG! Which stands for OH MY GOODNESS!!! Which is exactly what I made yesterday afternoon. And I have been thinking, hey, no rushing here. So back to my thinking, I was thinking I know how Angel Food Cake got it's name, but I never thought about it until yesterday. So I went "googling" and this is what I found:
The classic story behind the name "angel food cake" is that this dessert is so white, light, and fluffy it must be fit for angels. Who thought up this name? No one knows. We do know [from the study of old cookbooks] that cake recipes with the name "angel food" began showing up in American cookbooks sometime in the late nineteenth century [about the same time as mass-produced bakeware hit the popular market]. It may not be a coincidence that a proper angel food cake requires a special tube pan or cake mold. Some food historians speculate the Pennsylvania Dutch were probably the original makers and namers of angel food, though this connection has not been fully documented. In support of the theory, one of many culinary traditions introduced to America by the Pennsylvania Dutch was the cake mold, a special metal pan for creating festive cakes in unusual shapes. A recipe for "Amanda's Angel Food Cake" is included in the Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book of Time Old Recipes, Culinary Arts Press  (p. 39) but not listed in Pennsylvania Dutch Cookery, J. George Frederick .
I ate ....
I suggest you all try it yourselves and get back to me!