Monday, October 25, 2010

Cranberry Upside-Downer

I thought that making a cranberry upside-down cake in October would be fitting since Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving during this month and its cranberry season pretty much from now until Christmas. I like making these cakes - always hoping while holding the hot pan that it will flip out nicely.

This cake is a snap to put together. The recipe is straightforward and you end up with a sweet cake topped with tangy berries and walnuts. Yummy all on its own but divine with vanilla ice cream. I made this in a 9-inch round pan and had no problems.

This cake was used as a 'Tuesdays with Dorie' recipe some time ago so you'll find bloggers from all over the singing its praises just like me.


Anonymous said...

Berries, walnuts, and ice cream. Sounds like heaven. Yummm

The Bohemian Memoir said...

This looks delicious! great work! x

Calgaroo said...

I absolutely love your photos..they are gorgeous..

Unknown said...

This looks wonderful. Thanks again.

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singh from dominos india said...

Gorgeous Photos,I love cranberries to my core

preturi hidrofoare said...

This cake looks so delicious. Extremely awesome also. Thanks for the recipe. Cranberries are my favorite berries ever. Definitely going to try it.

Whimsically Stuffed Shelves said...

I am sitting here thinking: this is such a great alternative to pineapple upside down cake, in fact this opens up so many other ideas for upside down cakes. I am thinking, berry upside down cake!

Thanks for sharing. <3

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Barb Schanel said...

This was a big hit at Thanksgiving. My cranberries floated to the top (bottom?)during baking though. didn't hurt the flavor and the current jam provided the proper color on top.

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