PineApple Upside-Down Bundt Cake

IMG_3501PineApple Upside-Down Bundt Cake <– direct link to recipe

To celebrate Father’s Day, I made my first ever Pineapple upside-down cake. I used a recipe by Betty Crocker using a bundt pan. It was really easy to make and turned out well, even though I didn’t have enough pineapple slices. I didn’t realize that the small can only contained 4 slices. But all-in-all I’m quite happy with my 1st effort and I intend to make another someday in the future.

Thankfully, my Husband & Grandson really enjoyed it and that’s what matters most. 🙂

The one thing that I would do differently is:
I would use a large can of pineapple slices.

If you try the recipe, let me know how you like it.

Have a sweet rest of the week.

chef

 

😀
spgrnbgln

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8 thoughts on “PineApple Upside-Down Bundt Cake

  1. Your cake looks beautiful and I imagine it was delicious too! I like to use drained crushed pineapple; seems more likely that every slice will have pineapple on it.

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    • Thanks Charlotte
      That’s such a great idea., I wish I could’ve thought of it, I have 2 small cans of crushed pineapples on the shelf. I’m going to write that on my recipe so I won’t forget next time.
      Now I want to go make another one just to use the crushed. lol
      Thanks again 🙂

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  2. The cake looks delicious. Pineapple Upside Down Cake is one of my husband’s favorite cakes–but I seldom make it. I’ll have to try this recipe.

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    • Hi Sheryl
      I didn’t know that my husband even liked pineapple upside down cake until I told him I was planning on making this recipe. lol Even after 34 years and I’m still learning new things about him.
      This was an easy recipe, I hope you try it. 🙂

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    • Hi Patti
      I mentioned in my comment to Sheryl, I didn’t know that my husband even liked pineapple upside down cake until I told him I was planning on making this recipe. lol Even after 34 years and I’m still learning new things about him.
      The bundt pan was what caught my attention to the recipe. It just looks so festive and tasty , more-so than just a regular flat upside-down cake.
      I hope you’ll give the recipe a try. 🙂

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