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13 DELICIOUS RECIPES YOU WANT TO TRY


Upside-down cake… the upgrade you need to see??
Who doesn’t like a great-tasting cake? We know we do! With so many mouth-watering cakes to choose from, we finally narrowed it down to the classic Upside-down Cake, which has been around for some time.

Some say that the first recipe for Pineapple Upside Down Cake gained popularity only sometime after Mr. Dole began canning his Dole pineapples (circa 1903). Pineapples are thought to symbolize hospitality, kindness, and giving; it was the choice dessert families used to welcome guests to their homes around that time.

So, with the holidays coming, this is a great time to do a little upgrade on the pineapple recipe and surprise your guests with this new twist. Oh, don’t think that this recipe is limited to home gatherings. No! It can be a great wedding cake too! If you are looking for something different and want to include your favorite fruits and anything else, you should try this. 
How creative are you? Make sure to find a great baker who is skilled to help you accomplish this. You can go for one or two tiers and use different fruits (both your favorites) on each cake with icing or not. Try a naked cake if you are not an icing person. The good thing about this is you won’t or may not need a topper because the fruits are already on top.

We have selected fourteen upside-down cake recipes that we think are mouth-watering and great for a wedding cake.


THE 13+ DELICIOUS RECIPES YOU WANT TO TRY


Four-Flavor Sheet Pan Upside-Down Cake
Grab the recipe here
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Upside-Down Winter Citrus Cake
This dessert is a gorgeous upside-down citrus cake made with the finest winter citrus fruits. I simply adore the artistic appearance. This cake is simple to create if you know how to lay oranges flat in a cake pan. Grab the recipe here
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Upside-Down Citrus Ombre Cake
Grab the recipe here
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Mango Upside-Down Cake
Dessert lovers will love this exotic Mango Upside Down Cake with Coconut Cream! It is topped with homemade coconut whipped cream and served with fresh mangoes and mango puree. Grab the recipe here
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Dark Chocolate Raspberry Upside-Down Cake

Making this cake is so quick, simple, and delicious! Due to the use of cake mix and canned pie filling in this recipe, you can create delicious variants with different fruits and cake tastes. Your mind will probably be blown by this dessert. Grab the recipe here

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Raspberry And Almond Upside-Down Cake
They are the ideal small treat for a special occasion and look lovely on your table since they are so moist and delicious! Grab the recipe  here

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Blueberry Buttermilk Upside-Down Cake
This summer's best cake, a blueberry buttermilk upside-down cake, is also really simple to make.  Grab the recipe here
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Upside-Down Blackberry Bourbon Cake
Blackberry Bourbon Upside Down Cake is very moist and rich without being excessively sugary. Depending on the bourbon, the bourbon soak also imparts a lot of incredibly rich, lemony flavor. It's an elegant-looking dessert that is quite straightforward to make and quite simple. Grab the recipe here

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Strawberry Upside Down Skillet Cake
Top this cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or homemade whipped cream for best results. Grab the recipe here
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Caramel Banana Upside-Down Cake with Chocolate Chips
An upside-down chocolate chip banana cake that is delicious and soft and covered with caramel! This cake is unique not just because it contains bananas, but also because the banana slices are arranged on top of a layer of brown sugar and butter that has been melted and turned into a caramel sauce. Grab the recipe here

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Chocolate Cherry Upside-Down Cake
This little, quick-to-make cake is a great illustration of weekday dessert. It dessert requires little effort and is perfect for a busy workweek. It actually comes together quickly, and baking it just takes a little over a half-hour. Grab the recipe here
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Peach Upside-Down Cake {Healthy + Easy!}
This Peach Upside Down Cake is a delicious summer treat that is ultra-moist, rich with summer flavors, and laced with a simple 5-minute caramel sauce. Grab the recipe here

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Peach Melba Upside-Down Cake Sunny peaches and ruby raspberries dance across a tender buttermilk cornmeal cake.  Grab the recipe here

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Cranberry Apple Upside-Down Cake
This easy cranberry apple upside-down cake is a lovely compliment to your fall menu. It comes with a brown sugar butter frosting, vibrant cranberries, apples, and a rich cinnamon spice cake. Grab the recipe here

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Plum & Thyme Upside-Down Cake (gluten-free)
This miniature beautiful plum cake is ideal for anybody desiring the satisfaction of small-batch baking in the present environment. The nicest part of this dish is that it shows the delicious plum in all its splendor while still being reasonably easy to prepare, requiring few ingredients, and being gluten-free. Grab the recipe here
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Upside-Down Plum Cake
Upside Down plum cakes have a tangy flavor that compliments the brown sugar sauce in which they are cooked. Slices of acidic plum complemented by a sweet cake foundation best describe the flavor concept. Grab the recipe here
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Concord Grape Upside-Down Mini Loaf Cakes
The brown sugar-thyme coating on these little upside-down loaf cakes highlights Concord grapes. Cakes should be served warm with whipped cream billowing on top. Grab the recipe here
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Carrot and Honey Upside-Down Minis
 Sweetly vying for a spot on your Easter brunch table, these cinnamony whole-wheat cakes bake over nests of glazed carrots. Serve warm with extra honey for drizzling. Grab the recipe here
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Easy Pear and Ginger Upside-Down Cake
This delicious, beautiful, fruity pear and ginger upside-down cake gains further depth from the addition of cinnamon syrup. This stunning cake is unquestionably ideal for winter. Grab the recipe here 
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Spiced Pear-Chocolate Upside-Down Cake 
Under those gorgeous slabs of buttery fruit, this chocolatey cardamom-laced afternoon tea cake holds a buried treasure of juicy pear bits. Grab the recipe here

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UPSIDE DOWN APPLE BREAD PUDDING
This apple bread pudding is designed to work like an upside down cake. You put the fruit on the bottom, then when the apple bread pudding is done, you flip it over and remove the pan so the fruit is on top. Grab the recipe here

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake 
Grab the recipe here
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Crunchy Yogurt-Granola Upside-Down Cake
Pineapple who? No fruit here in this upside-down cake, just a brown sugary streusel-like layer of walnuts, coconut and granola… Grab the recipe here

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WHO ELSE WANTS A NEW UPSIDE-DOWN [UPGRADE]
Final thoughts
As you have seen above, the different types of upside down cakes are not difficult to prepare. With the right ingredients together with the brief and concise steps above, you should have your desired upside down cake perfectly and deliciously made. Share your fave below! #summer food ideas #desserts #cake ideas

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60 comments:

  1. Melissa B16:39

    Wow, these cakes looks delicious!! I don't know which to pick...I think I am going to have to try making the Dark Chocolate Raspberry Upside-Down Cake :) What a wonderful idea for the holidays and for any bride looking for a DIY option for a bridal shower or wedding. As always, thanks for the great ideas!

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    1. Yes, they sure do look yummy. The dark chocolate Raspberry is one of our favorites here too. Thanks for taking the time to visit and sharing, Melissa.

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  2. OOoh that dark chocolate raspberry sounds like it might have to make it onto our next baking list. YUM!

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    1. That's great. That's our fave here too. Let us know how it turned out. Thanks for sharing your fave and stopping by, Joanne

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  3. What fab cakes, they all look so yummy. Thanks for sharing with #pocolo

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    1. Yes, they sure do. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  4. Oh my....they all look delicious! IMM#27

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    1. Yes, they sure do. Thanks for visiting and sharing, BARB H

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  5. The blueberry buttermilk is the one we will try first. Thanks for sharing your delicious recipes! IMM#4

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    1. Okay. I plan on trying the dark upside-down chocolate raspberry and pair it with a dry red or something. Let me know how it turned out and what you paired it with. Thanks for visiting and sharing, Lisa.

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  6. They all look so good! I love upside down cakes! Thanks a bunch for sharing at Fiesta Friday party! I hope to see you next week.

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    1. Yes, they sure look good. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  7. These upside down cakes all look delicious! Pinned to my Recipes board.
    Thank you for participating in Talent-Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 30.
    Carol
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    1. Oh my! Thanks for pinning this to your board. If you do try one, please let me know which one and what you paired it with. Thanks again, Carol.

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  8. I have childhood trauma from Pineapple Upside Down Cake but that Chocolate Raspberry Cake? I'd definitely try that! Featuring when my link party opens tonight.

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    1. Oh my, sorry to hear that. I am glad you are willing to try a version that does not have pineapples. Yes, that chocolate raspberry is the one almost everyone is going to try. I plan on trying both chocolate versions and pair with a glass of dry red wine. Let me know how it turned out and what you paired it with, Carol.

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  9. Upside Down Cakes is a wonderful way to get extra caramelization and sweetness from the fruit. They all look so tempting and delicious.!

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    1. They all look good and so tempting. Thanks for visiting and sharing, Pat.

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  10. They all look delicious, especially the chocolate and raspberry one! Thanks for linking up!

    Emma xxx
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    1. That's also ours and with a few other people. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  11. Bookmarked-they all look amazing!

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    1. They sure do. If you had to pick, which would it be? Mine is the chocolate raspberry and chocolate cherry. Couldn't settle on one. Thanks for visiting and bookmarking this page.

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  12. These cakes are beautiful to look at, and I bet they taste amazing. Thank you for sharing this post in the Talent-Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 41.
    Carol
    www.scribblingboomer.com

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    1. They sure do look yummy! Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  13. Oh my they all sound fantastic. I don't know which one I want to try first. I'm bookmarking this for future reference.
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    1. Thanks for sharing and booking marking. Happy holidays!

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  14. Anonymous21:33

    These all look so yummy!

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    1. They sure do look scrumptious! Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  15. These all look delicious!! I would actually like to try almost all of these.

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    1. It was hard for us to pick one too. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  16. So many gorgeous cakes! The only upside down cake I have ever made is a pineapple one. That blackberry one you shared looks amazing.

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    1. That seem to be popular at that time. Now, there's quite a few ideas to pick from. Thanks for visiting and sharing

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  17. Some of these look really yummy. But that citrus cake looks so beautiful. Those colors really pop.

    So glad you decided to share this at the Homestead Blog Hop

    God bless
    Laurie



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    1. They sure look yummy. I like the fig and ginger cake. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  18. These upside down cakes look delicious. The fruit is the star of the show in each cake. Thank you for sharing this post in the Talent Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 62.
    Carol
    www.scribblingboomer.com

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    1. Yes, the fruits are! Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  19. I love upside down cakes...so many ideas to choose from now that berries and stone fruits are in season! I'm feeling so inspired now :D

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    1. Yes, which one would you make once the fruits are in? Let us know. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  20. Oh my! I don't know which one looks more interesting and delicious!

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    1. We settled on the dark chocolate raspberry and the spiced pear... Thanks for visiting and sharing, Donna.

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  21. Whoa! These are all so very amazing. I can't even believe the creativity here. Thanks so much for linking up on SSPS, hope to see you again next week!

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    1. They sure are! Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  22. I have never made an upside down cake before. but these have inspired me to give one a go. I really like the look of the chocolate cherry one.

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    1. Great! If you make the chocolate cherry, let us know how it turned out. Thanks for visiting and sharing, Natasha.

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  23. These sound fantastic! I would have never thought outside the box and do other types of upsidedown cakes. Pinned 📌
    Thanks bunches for sharing this with Sweet Tea & Friends this month sweet friend.

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    1. No worries, I am glad you found it interesting to share with other groups. Thanks for visiting and sharing, Paula.

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  24. Oh wow just love that upside down cake with the awesome decoration.
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    1. Thanks for the invitation and visiting. We will be there.

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  25. WOw! These are beautiful and look so yummy! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party - have a wonderful week!

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    1. The new twist is something else. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  26. Amazing cakes and amazing photos. Never heard of upside down cake before, but it looks so delicious I must make it some day. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Let us know which one you decide to make. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  27. oh be still my heart, love the mango upside down cake, pinned it.
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    1. Yes, be still my heart! Aren't they beautiful? This is not your typical pineapple upside down cake where the pineapple is King... Now other fruits have joined and want their turn :). Thanks for visiting and sharing and pinning, SLABS.

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  28. Pinned this. There are several I want to try - absolutely beautiful and looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party. Have a great week.

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    1. Thank you! Let me know which ones you plan on trying for the holidays. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  29. These all sound delicious and they look so beautiful!

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    1. They sure do. Which ones do you plan on trying for the holidays? Thanks for visiting and sharing, Donna.

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  30. WOW, so many beautiful and amazing creations. Love it, pinned it
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  31. These are all just absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party - hope your week has been great and we see you again tomorrow!

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