Upside-Down Skillet Cakes
Break Out Your Cast-Iron Skillet For These Delicious Cakes
Bananas Foster Upside-Down Cake
Recipe: Bananas Foster Upside-Down Cake
This easy recipe, based on the classic New Orleans dessert, is perfect for drop-in holiday guests or a ladies brunch.
Skillet Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
This top-rated upside-down cake features pineapple slices browned in butter in the bottom of the skillet and then topped with a rich cake batter. If you are short on time, try the express version of the recipe that uses cake mix.
Pineapple Upside-Down Carrot Cake
Is it a Carrot Cake with pineapples, or a Pineapple Cake with carrots? Either way, you will enjoy this upside-down cake brimming with the flavors of browned butter, spices, pineapples and carrots.
Peach Upside-Down Cake
Recipe: Peach Upside-Down Cake
If you are a fan of peach cobbler, you will love this Peach Upside-Down Cake. Be sure to use cake flour and NOT self-rising flour, as that flour already has the leavening ingredients mixed in.
Upside-Down Caramelized Apple Cake
The favorite flavors of fall are baked up into this incredibly delicious upside-down cake. Grab a spoon, because you will want to scoop out all the syrupy goodness at the bottom of the pan.
Bananas Foster Upside-Down Coffee Cake
This indulgent coffee cake recipe was inspired by the classic New Orleans dessert and features sautéed bananas, pecans, and a splash of rum. It also has the added convenience of a baking mix, enhanced with cinnamon, sugar, eggs, and sour cream.
Pineapple-Upside Down Cake
Recipe: Pineapple-Upside Down Cake
This delicious dessert is great for a fall get-together. The flavors of the caramel and pineapple are perfect together.
Blackberry-Apple Upside-Down Cake
A single cake pan, some apples, blackberries and a few pantry staples are all you need to create this delicious cake. If you use frozen berries, add them to the batter straight from the freezer so they won't get mushy.
Honey-Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Recipe: Honey-Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Honey is a nice substitute for the usual sugar, and cornmeal gives the cake batter a richer texture.