Upside Down Cake
While pineapple is the most common of the upside down cake desserts, your family will love to try others as well. Other fruits, such as peaches, raspberries, strawberries, and oranges make delightful upside down cakes, too.
Upside-down cake never disappoints, particularly one this pretty. Put your fruit-arranging skills to the test this season and give this pear-iffic dessert a try. Don't forget a scoop of ice cream to top it off.
Brown sugar and citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, and clementines are a perfect match in this tasty upside-down cake. Make sure to spread your leftover brown sugar spread on top.
Polenta is prettied up in a citrus-infused upside-down cake sweetened with wedges of plums.
A tropical coconut oil cake pairs perfectly with carmelized grapefruit slices.
When you flip this chocolate cake out of the pan, you have a coconut and pecan topped dessert.
To celebrate the homey, garden-to-table nature of this simple cake, serve it warm from the oven.
This easy to prepare dessert recipe is easy to prepare. Everyone loves the combination of almonds, apricots, and caramel.
This fruity dessert is traditionally made in a cast-iron skillet--ideal for caramelizing the pears into a lush sweetness that complements the spicy cake. Kids love the fact that the cake is turned upside down for serving.
Turn a spice cake mix into a glamorous dessert by adding caramelized pears and ginger.
Cornmeal adds a tiny bit of crunch and a little texture to this flavor-packed dessert. Pile it with fresh berries for a treat that's a beauty to behold.
In need of a fast yet festive dessert? Warm pineapple in butter and brown sugar, then spoon the softened fruit over crumbled pound cake and dulce de leche ice cream.
This moist, glistening cake from Rendleman Orchards in Alto Pass, Illinois, is ideal for a cookout or summer potluck.
This colorful dessert, prepared with a packaged cake mix, goes together quickly. For an even prettier cake, top with maraschino cherries and pecans.
This delicious baby cake recipe combines honey, orange peel, pecans, and sour cream for a tasty Christmas dessert.
For a Thanksgiving twist, try this cake recipe that combines cranberries, pumpkin, and vanilla.