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Our pineappleupside-downcake is made the traditional way in a skillet for a gorgeous golden hue, but we've simplified the recipe, using yellow cake mix topped with sunny

Express PineappleUpside-DownCake: Follow original recipe directions for first 4 ingredients. Substitute 1 (9-ounce) package golden yellow cake mix

PineappleUpsideDownCake. Cake batter: 2 1/4 cups cake flour 1 1/2 cups sugar 1/4 cup shortening 1/2 cup cold unsalted butter, cut into thin slices 3/4

The castiron distributed heat evenly, allowing butter and sugar in the bottom of the skillet to caramelize underneath a cake batter. Pineappleupside-downcake premiered not long after inventor James Dole started putting out perfectly cut pineapple rings, after making the machine that produced...

Pineappleupside-downcake is a sentimental favorite for many people. Although it’s possible to use fresh pineapple and cherries, there is something comforting and familiar about

Pineappleupside-downcake is a single layer basic yellow butter cake inverted after baking to reveal a glistening mosaic of caramelized canned

PineappleUpside-DownCake Adapted from Gourmet, February 2000. The original recipe for this cake had three teaspoons of cardamom in it, alternately

PineappleUpside-DownCake. Photo: Angie Mosier. by Cheryl Day and Griffith Day.

Our sweet memories of PineappleUpside-DownCake go back to childhood. We counted ourselves lucky if we were able to retrieve a portion of the softened

In a 10-inch cast-iron skillet, melt butter for glaze over medium-low heat. Add sugar and 2 tablespoons water. Continue to cook for 30 minutes.

This recipe for pineappleupside-downcake uses cake mix! With this recipe, we get the "from scratch" taste we want without missing a beat in our busy

Anyway, the PineappleUpsideDownCake was amazing! Because the Dutch Oven has a little bit of a tendency to burn things such as cakes on the bottom, this

Damaris' pineappleupside-downcake is a lovely, summertime baked dessert everyone will love. 34 Ratings.

This PineappleUpsideDownCake is the BEST recipe I've made and tried! The cake itself is moist, soft and tender with a fresh pineapple flavor, and the

Pineappleupside-downcake is a single layer yellow butter cake upturned after baking to reveal a gleaming mosaic of caramelized pineapple rings.

PineappleUpsideDownCake, made with fresh pineapple and tepache, a type of pineapple hard cider, is the most delicious dessert you can make in a castiron skillet! A layer of sweet and juicy pineapple pieces are smothered in a super sweet topping. Then the most moist and flavorful cake...

1/4 cup butter, 3/4 cup light brown sugar, 1 tablespoon pineapple juice, 1 tablespoon dark rum (optional), 1/2 small fresh pineapple — peeled, cored, and sliced, 1/2 cup butter, 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, 1/8 teaspoon ground cardamom, 1/2 teaspoon salt...

PineappleUpside-DownCake. Old school and delicious. Traditionally made in a cast-iron skillet (where the syrup was prepared) the Bellini version makes an extra-large cake and, just as important, frees you from the tyranny of a round pineappleupside-downcake!

PineappleUpsideDownCake. I am 65 yrs. old and am looking for a pineappleupside-downcake recipe like my grandmother used to make when I was a little girl. I do make mine in a castiron skillet – but the cakes are too soft.

Dutch Oven PineappleUpside-DownCake. This recipe works best with a 14" castiron dutch oven. Aluminum dutch ovens work as well but you have to be careful so that

Pineappleupsidedowncake traditionally starts with melted butter and brown sugar, then an arranged layer of the pineapple and maraschino cherries

This upsidedownpineapplecake was baked in a castiron skillet which is just like the technique used centuries ago. Baking a cake this way means it’s easier to add the pineapples and ingredients for the caramel at the bottom of the pan and cake batter on the top (so it could be cooked on an open fire).

...pineappleupsidedowncake is made with a moist coconut milk batter and topped with tender baked pineapple

This Classic PineappleUpside-DownCake was extremely popular in the 1950s and 1960 and has made a huge resurgence in the past few years. And no wonder, it's so delicious! You can use a 9, 10 or 12-inch castiron skillet, or a cake pan with 2-inch sides. This cake is as beautiful in presentation as...

Unlike most cakes, an upsidedowncake requires a little forethought. You have to think of this cake like the ship in Poseidon.

Allow your pineappleupside-downcake to cool for 10-15 minutes before you attempt inversion. If any of the cake has baked into the edge of your pie plate or cake pan, you can use a knife to gently loosen the edges

Melt the butter in a 9-inch castiron skillet. Add the brown sugar and stir well to thoroughly combine, then turn off the heat.

PineappleUpsideDownCake. When I was a kid I was given my choice of cake my mom would make for my birthday.

Carefully pour cake batter over the top of the pineapple rings and brown sugar mixture in the skillet, being careful not to disturb the ingredients in the skillet.

In a 10-inch cast-iron (or ovenproof nonstick) skillet, pour the remaining 2/3 cup sugar into skillet, and place over medium heat. Let sugar begin to liquefy, then stir with a wooden spoon until sugar is fully

PineappleUpsideDownCake has stood the test of time for good reason: The bottom cake is moist and buttery, while the top oozes with pineapple

My mom made the best pineappleupsidedowncake. She would always use a castiron skillet so the topping was nice and caramelized on top.

Use fresh pineapple for this upsidedowncake to serve as a classic southern dessert with whipped cream.

In this country, ingestion of the pineappleupside-downcake has often been used as proof of citizenship – unless you had some as a child

PineappleUpsideDownCake. Dessert is something we haven’t tackled much on the Big Green Egg. Not because we are intimidated, but because Mrs. G