Black Forest Cake.

first_imgDirections:Spray a 9×1-1/2-inch round baking pan with nonstick spray; set pan aside.In a medium mixing bowl combine flour, sugar, cocoa powder, and baking soda. Add water, cooking oil, vinegar, and vanilla. Stir until thoroughly combined.In a medium mixing bowl beat the egg whites with an electric mixer on high speed until stiff peaks form (tips stand straight). Fold into batter. Pour batter into the prepared baking pan.Bake in a 350 degree F oven about 25 minutes or until wooden toothpick inserted near the center comes out clean. Cool cake in pan on wire rack for 10 minutes. Remove cake from pan and cool thoroughly on wire rack.Spread whipped desert topping over top and sides of cooled cake. Top with pie filling. Makes 8 servings. 20 Views   no discussions Recipe source: Sharing is caring! This lighter version of the classic cake may be lower in calories and fat but it is still high in flavor.When preparing the cake batter, the egg whites are beaten to form stiff peaks; and then they are folded into the batter.This makes for a fluffier cake. The calories in this recipe are reduced by using reduced-fat whipped topping and reduced-calorie pie filling.Ingredients:Nonstick cooking spray1-1/4 cups all-purpose flour2/3 cup sugar1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder1/2 teaspoon baking soda1 cup water1/3 cup cooking oil1 tablespoon white vinegar1 teaspoon vanilla2 egg whites1-1/2 cups reduced-fat frozen whipped dessert topping, thawed1 cup reduced-calorie cherry pie filling Sharecenter_img Tweet Share Food & DiningLifestyle Black Forest Cake. by: – May 5, 2011 Sharelast_img read more

Mitchell County Regional Health Center employee tests positive for COVID-19

first_imgOSAGE — Mitchell County health officials confirmed over the weekend that a hospital health care employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19. A news release from the Mitchell County Department of Public Health says the Mitchell County Regional Health Center employee, who is not a resident of the county, was asymptomatic while working and is self-isolating at home. The employee will not return to work until completing the isolation in accordance with public health guidance. The release says Mitchell County is working closely with the Iowa Department of Public Health and the facility. Health Center CEO Shelly Russell says those who had close contact with the infected employee have been notified and clinics in Osage and St. Ansgar are still scheduled to be open today.last_img read more