Upside down and delicious!
These mini cakes are a retro way to entertain for afternoon tea
This retro cake is perfect for afternoon tea or dessert
An irresistible cake for winter desserts with friends
Baking days create wonderful memories and end with delicious results
A bit of honey adds a lot of sweetness to this incredible upside-down cake. Served warm, straight out of the oven with cream, it's a sticky, delicious mess.
Start at the bottom and layer your pan with juicy green apples. After it's baked, pop out your cake and you'll suddenly have an apple-topped treat. Genius!
Hot toffee sauce makes sticky, warm banana cake even more of a treat.
Turn this cake into a dessert that no one will forget by turning it upside down!
Vanilla and cinnamon give this classic sponge a new twist. Make sure you buy a really ripe pineapple for the decorative fruit topping.
This moist cinnamon baked teacake has juicy apricot halves baked into its top. Boil up the kettle and cut yourself a piece of this upside down treat.
Because upside-down is more interesting than regular cake! This plum cake will make you want to turn everything upside-down.
Chocolate cakes hiding a sweet pear surprise, and also surprising is that these are sugar-free!
Pretty pink rhubarb is the perfect candidate for an upside-down cake
With tea on the table, this cake is the perfect post-meal partner. Tastes so good, you won’t know which way is up!
You’ll love this clockwork orange, with its golden spirals and hints of spice.
You don't have to wait until summer to enjoy this pretty peach cake.