|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|Created by||Bird's Custard|
|Main ingredients||Fruit, milk|
|Variations||Strawberry, Butterscotch, Chocolate, Banana and more.|
|Other information||Produced by Premier Foods|
|Cookbook: Angel Delight Media: Angel Delight|
Angel Delight was released in 1967 by the Bird's company, in a strawberries-and-cream flavour. By the 1970s, Bird's had doubled the market for instant desserts. After a lull in popularity during the 1980s, a revival campaign, featuring Wallace & Gromit, was run in 1999. In 2006 the brand was the best-selling line in the UK instant cold desserts sector.
Angel Delight is currently sold in five flavours: strawberry, butterscotch, chocolate, mint chocolate, and banana. No-added-sugar variants of the butterscotch and strawberry flavours are also sold. It is available in three quantity variants: four-serving packets, twelve-serving tubs, and single-serving ready-to-eat cups.
To prepare an Angel Delight dessert, a single 59 g packet of dessert powder is added to a bowl containing 300 ml of milk. This is then whisked, either by hand, or with an electric mixer, until the dessert is smooth and creamy, and left for approximately eleven minutes to set.
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- Alexander, Saffron (16 March 2017). "Angel Delight and 10 other forgotten foods you can still buy". Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
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