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How to makes a simple Upside-down Pineapple Cake

Updated on December 4, 2014

Delicious Upside Pineapple Cake

Baking cakes, pies and cookies are always fun to do especially around the holidays. My family and I love baking different types of desserts all of the time. It is always great to try new desserts and create deserts that have never been made before. My mom and her sisters always made cakes from scratch that were positively delicious which I hope to do someday soon too! Meanwhile today I will provide you with instructions on how to make your own simple upside down pineapple cake. I will also provide you with a supply list so that you can make it correctly!

Supplies

  1. 1 box of Betty Crocker yellow cake mix ( you can also use a different brand )
  2. 1 ½ cups of Brown Sugar
  3. 1 bag of Pineapple slices(defrosted) or you can use a 20 ounce can of sliced pineapple
  4. 10 Maraschino Cherries
  5. 1 10inch round cake pan

Once you have purchased your supplies proceed to prepare your baking pan for your cake. Now melt the butter in an iron skillet over medium high heat. Then pour the melted butter into the pan and let it cover the sides of the pan too. I like to use a little bit of flour (slightly dust it) in the bottom of my pan to keep my cake from sticking to it Then sprinkle your brown sugar on top of the flour and make sure that it is evenly covered the sugar. Next, place your pineapple rings evenly on top of the butter and sugar mixture. Then place a Maraschino Cherrie in the center of each pineapple ring. Now follow the instructions on your cake mix and in the place of water for your cake mix you can use some of the pineapple juice from your can, and then pour the batter over the pineapple rings. Bake your cake according to the directions and temperature recommended in the cake instructions. Once your cake is finished baking, let it cool for 10-20 minutes then place a clean plate over the top of your cake and flip the cake pan upside down. Viola your beautiful cake is done and ready to eat! I hope that your cake is all that you want it to be and I hope that you had a lot fun making!

Upside-down Pineapple cake

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