These 20 upside-down cake recipes aren't like your grandmother's pineapple one. These use all sorts of fruits, adding a new twist to an old favorite. Photos and step by step instructions provided.
McVitie's is a well known biscuit maker in Britain. The company has had a long history. Two of its most popular products are digestive biscuits and Jaffa cakes.
Warm up in the cooler weather with a rum-soaked apple cake. Apples are in season in autumn, and make a beautiful and delicious bundt cake!
Beautifully elegant, refined, scrumptious and with the wonders of the combinations of flavors of vanilla, walnuts, cinnamon, coffee, and chocolate, this layer cake recipe can compete with the finest restaurant desserts.
There aren't many desserts that are better than one with layers of caramel, pears, nuts, and a rum-and-ginger-laced cake batter. Well, they're all combined in this delicate and delicious upside-down cake.
German chocolate cake. It's not German—it's not even European. It began in Texas but has ties to the pre-Revolutionary days of our history. Join me for a quick history lesson, the original recipe, and some fun alternatives.
Want a change from your standard lemon cake? Add a tangy lime glaze and candied lime peel for a stunning dessert cake. Dressed to kill and a flavor to die for!
These easy recipes require only a box of cake mix, and a mix-in. That's it, 2 ingredients that you probably have on hand. You'll find 20 enticing combinations with instructions and photos.
Who doesn't love this fourth-wall-breaking superhero? He would have no problem with you eating his face!
Interested in using silicone baking molds? Check out my simple tips and tricks to be sure you're making the most of these convenient kitchen tools.
A light, yet also richly decadent, chocolate angel food cake, graced with the presence of cherries and whipped cream.
How do you make banana rum cake at an elevation of 9,000 feet? Learn about the science behind high altitude baking. Also included: high-altitude baking adjustments for fabulous cakes at any altitude.
Petit fours are tiny, iced layer cakes. Often served as part of an assorted pastry tray, these elegant treats are usually made with layers of génoise cake, jam and French buttercream frosting. This simplified recipe features shortcuts that let you focus on the fun part - decorating.
Chocolatey, decadent, and so easy to make. The taste of the cherries put it over the top. The hot fudge sauce gives this a fudgy consistency, and the homemade cream is like a cloud of goodness on top.
This is a cake that is super easy to make and requires only very basic ingredients. It can be made for any occasion—or for no occasion at all. For a fancier dessert, you can decorate it with a Brazilian touch.