Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake is a delicious take-off on a traditional recipe that is just perfect for rhubarb. Take the tangy flavor of rhubarb and put it into an upside-down cake for a winning combination that steps away from traditional rhubarb pie or pineapple upside-down cake.
These Patriotic Cupcakes are decorated for the 4th of July, Flag Day, or Memorial Day, but you’ll want to serve them year-round. Make the best of fresh blueberries and cherries in a tasty cupcake topped with cream cheese frosting, fresh blueberries, and red fruit leather.
Spiced Triple Chocolate Cake is slightly reminiscent of gingerbread, but with a deep chocolate flavor. It begins with a cake mix to which chocolate pudding is added resulting in a rich, luscious cake. Top it with a simple sweet glaze, and you’ll be drooling like a baby after one bite.
If you like fuzzy navel cocktails, you will adore Fuzzy Navel Cake made with peaches, cherries, orange juice, and peach schnapps. It makes an attractive presentation on the table as well as tastes like heaven.
Strawberry Limeade Cupcakes are the pride of the Southern table. These colorful delights are rich with the sweet flavor of fresh strawberries and the tangy zing of limes. They are perfect for a family picnic, potluck dinner dessert, bake sale, or birthday party treat.
Cherry Beer Cake is surprisingly light in texture and makes a beautiful presentation on the table. The beer gives a richness to the cake without lending any beer flavor. Maraschino cherries line the bottom of the Bundt pan with the batter poured on top, creating a cherry upside-down cake in essence.
Citrus and chocolate make a fantastic combination in these White Chocolate Key Lime Cheesecake Bites. Since these little gems are so rich, they are perfect for mini-muffins. If you want larger pieces, use the same method as a sheet cake.
Do you love Danish pastries and cake? Fruit Cheese Coffee Cake is a delightful mash-up of the two. This coffee cake is a snap to put together, using basic cake ingredients and canned pie filling for the fruit layer.