Upside down cakes make a fabulous and impressive dessert, and are a perfect way to welcome spring. Take a look at these stunning recipes featuring peaches, plums and everything in between.
Slow Cooker Banana Upside Down Cake
Rum-infused caramelized bananas are the star in this delicious flipped cake. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream to make it even more finger-licking good.
Blood Orange Upside Down Cake
This cake cooks quickly, is easy to make and is always a showstopper as soon as you flip it out of the cake tin.
Classic Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Add a splash of colour and flavour to your dessert menu with this delectably sweet, retro upside-down cake made with juicy pineapple.
Nectarine and Plum Upside-down Cake
Using a basic yellow cake as the base, this simple yet elegant fruit cake is easy to pull off and will definitely impress.
Peach Upside Down Cake
Fresh peach halves preserved in sticky syrup top this buttery spiced upside down cake. It’ll leave the sweet tooth in you drooling.
Plum Cake Tatin
The forgotten fruit of summer, plums are perfect for baking, infusing their sweet juices in whatever you add them to. Ina knows how to make the most of these sweet gems, with this easy upside-down dessert.
Slow Cooker Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Believe it or not, the machine that makes a mean pot of soup is great for baking a cake, too. The trick to prevent this classic cake from getting soggy is to drape paper towels over the top. The result is the perfectly cooked cake with a caramelized pineapple bottom.
Caramelized Banana Upside-Down Cake
Those mushy bananas sitting on your kitchen table are just an hour away from becoming this golden, moist cake, crowned with even more bananas caramelized in maple syrup. Now that they’ve found their true calling, you’ll be saving the overripe fruit for cake instead of bread.
Upside-Down Plum Cake
You’ll flip over this beautiful, blushing plum dessert. Arrange sliced plums along with a quick caramel in the bottom of a cake pan, top with a buttery batter, then bake and invert to reveal a gorgeous fuchsia flower.