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    Cakes: You Turn My World, er, Cake Upside Down!

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    This is a holiday dessert that sparkles! It looks elegant, and tastes delicious. From 'A Passion for Desserts'.

    Recipe #90465

    This recipe is from Tracie Skaurud. She says she freezes the rhubarb all year long to make this anytime.

    Recipe #88488

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I was intrigued when I saw this recipe and found it really good! Be sure to use SWEET ONIONS for they are not overpowering like the storage onions. They become nice and chewy and very sweet when baked. Yes it's a heart-healthy cake making it a lovely dessert for Valentines days. Sweet onions, sometimes referred to as "short day" onions, because their growing season occurs during the fall and winter with harvest usually in spring /summer, are fresh onions, picked and cured for a short time, then sent to market. Unlike storage onions, are harvested in late summer and fall, stored in warehouses and delivered to markets throughout most of the year. The batter is yolk-less and is very light.

    Recipe #203467

    This is one of my all-time favorite desserts. I liked it as a kid, and love it as an adult. I'm slowly trying to get my girls to like it, too.

    Recipe #224517

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    As of July 30, 09 I have completly reworked this recipe by replacing the original cake portion. I believe that this is much better

    Recipe #188794

    I found this recipe in a magazine several years ago and finally made it last month. It is a very pretty gingerbread cake that tastes delicious.

    Recipe #83546

    From one of my church cookbooks. This is a delicious cake, and the pudding makes it a very rich treat.

    Recipe #175483

    A easy delicious cake/dessert.

    Recipe #61657

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is no ordinary upside-down cake with fruit! It is an ancient recipe from my beloved granny who died in '73. It won me the top prize in a local cake recipe competition a few years ago, and earned me, oh joy, a new mixer plus attachments! Easy, delicious, really worth trying. I apologize for the metric measures, but I'm in South Africa and this one I can't readily change to Imperial. Please read through, for as easy as the cake is to make, it is made in 2 stages, and the cake tin should be well prepared. The topping is rich and delicious, the cake is simple -- otherwise it would be too rich.

    Recipe #124996

    This is really easy to make and tastes like it is from scratch!

    Recipe #151270

    This is taken from Alton Brown's show "Good Eats." Very different consistency (because of the cornmeal), and less sweet, but great with coffee.

    Recipe #148887

    This is a yummy alternative if you don't like pineapples :) Very nice presentation and pretty easy, too.

    Recipe #51027

    An old recipe from Armour Star Lard out of my grandmom's recipe box. I have substituted shortening for the lard :)

    Recipe #41867

    This is a wonderful dessert to serve after a special dinner. The Amaretto and pears are a lovely combination. DH loved this so much he had 2 servings. I didn't have 6 custard cups so I used a small glass cake pan. I found this recipe in our local newspaper but it did not list the chef who created it.

    Recipe #73009

    I got this recipe from my French mother-in-law, although where she got it, I do not know. Anyway, I have translated the recipe and converted the measurments to US standard. I hope you all enjoy this yummy French cake as much as my family and I do!

    Recipe #34383

    In honor of "coconut" our ingredient of the month, I'd like to share a modified version of a recipe my mother-in-law gave me. Its easy, looks fancy, and tastes great!

    Recipe #101287

    6 Reviews |  By Debe

    Very easy, very good, very chocolately...... Great served warm with ice cream or Cool Whip.

    Recipe #18437

    This is a wonderfully versatile recipe that has never failed me yet. Use whatever fruit you have... fresh, frozen or canned.

    Recipe #108899

    1 Reviews |  By silky

    The pineapple and mandarin orange sections make this cake tartly delicious. Very easy too.

    Recipe #72524

    I like this because it is not too sweet. I adapted it from a mango cake in an old issue of Food and Wine Mag.

    Recipe #85680

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