Pineapple upside down cake is probably the most famous in this style however other recipes include apple, peach, blueberry, pear and orange upside down cakes.
A caramel pear cake, delicious served warm with cream, or ice-cream.
This deliciously light and moist cake is both gluten-free and dairy-free so it's great if you've got intolerant eaters with a sweet tooth. It's my own recipe that comes from a cross between traditional orange and almond cake and apple upside down cake. It's not the prettiest cake around but it is the perfect accompaniment to morning or afternoon tea... ENJOY!
Pineapple upside down cakes are a bit retro but still a lot of fun and a family favourite. With not much work you get great presentation.
This classic if slightly retro cake is best made the day before serving. It has a very nice presentation.
A sweet, warm and very moist pear upside down cake. This recipe is perfectly finished with a dollop of cream.
The pear adds a lovely sweetness and makes the cake very moist. It looks great too, especially when turned out onto a nice presentation plate.
Upside down cakes are easy to make and have quite a dramatic presentation. So much better than premade cake mix.
I ask about for new cake recipes - this was one my Gran thought I deserved to have. It's turned upside down when removed from the oven. It is delicious served with cream or custard.
This cake comes out with a beautiful sweet apple topping with cinnamon flavourings. Chill to slice or serve warm with ice cream.
Tinned pineapple rings layered in a cake tin then topped with a delicious sweet cake batter with cream fraiche. Baked until golden and spongy then served upside-down.