Cubed angel food cake

Hungarian Égő Puding

In honor of my dad’s birthday (Happy birthday, Dad! / Boldog születésnapot!), I’m making his favorite birthday “cake,” a Hungarian trifle called somlói galuska, but I’ve always known it as égő puding (“burning pudding”).  It is traditionally made with three different types of sponge cake, pastry cream or custard, raisins, walnuts, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream, but my family has always used cherries instead of raisins.  Since my dad has to be on a special diet, I’m using angel food cake instead of the sponge cakes.  I am also omitting the walnuts because I am allergic to tree nuts.
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