Thursday, July 29, 2021

Banana Upside Down Cake

 it's a thing ~ who knew!
All this time pineapple upside down cake has been stealing the spotlight,
and this lovely delight has been taking a backseat until now!
This recipe is all over Pinterest and it seems like peeps are catching on!

If the hubs brings me all of the ingredients,
I do pretty well putting things together here at the kitchen table.

This one required a lot of bowls.
I usually have a "garbage bowl" too, but this time I forgot.
Good to remember it next time.

Mixing, mixing...I mixed by hand

Banana slices get pressed into the butter/brown sugar mixture,
the hubs prepared that.

Into the oven...

Once you take it out of the oven, 
you wait 5 minutes to flip it, the anticipation is killer.

Can anyone say delicious!

It's all gone now, and boy was it good!
If you are interested in baking this sweet treat,
the recipe can be found here, at Sprinkle Some Sugar.
I followed the recipe exactly, but wish I had used a deep dish pie pan.
The cake was fine, 
but I did loose some of the butter/brown sugar mixture, and that's the best part.
I will definitely be making this again!

As long as you know how to bake, life is sure to be sweet!


  1. Looks delicious and you are right, this is the first time I heard of upside down banana cake. Will have to make one when we start using the oven again in November.


  2. Really does look delicious, Debbie!

  3. First time I've heard of this one! It does look seriously delicious!!!

  4. I will look for that recipe, Debbie. Thanks for the tip.

  5. Oh I clicked on the link and it said this site can't be reached. I am sure I can find it on Pinterest if I search it, I had not seen it on there yet. It does look good :)

    1. thanks for letting me know connie. i fixed it and sent you a copy via email!!

  6. That certainly looks good!

    All the best Jan

  7. It certainly looks delicious but I'd have to say no to a slice :0(. Bananas and I are not good friends. I wish they were but I just can't eat them.

  8. Thank you for sharing this one; it sounds and looks like delicious recipe for sure. I love how you hubby helps too. You do awesome tutorials.
    Hugs for you two!