Caramel Crusted Pineapple Upside Down Cake

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  1. wow! what a mouth watering cake!

  2. Great pictures and what a fantastic cake!!! Stop by and visit:)

  3. You described it so well that my mouth was watering. Yum!

  4. Pineapple upside down cake is one of the first cakes I ever made. I love that this one has a caramel crust on it. Bet it was delicious:D

  5. Wow! You are so right. This is a classic cake, and one of my very favorites. I haven’t made it in year, but you and Monica have inspired me to do it. gorgeous job, Roz!

  6. Congrats on your cake and the topping looks really deliciously carmelized.

  7. This cake reminds me of my childhood and an upside down cake my mom would always make for us.

  8. Oh yummy yummy Roz. I couldn’t agree more that cakes like this never get old! My mom used to make these quite often, bet I haven’t had one in twenty years!

  9. I love pineapple upside-down cake! Especially the pineapples. If I was sitting beside you I would steal your pineapple ring and eat it! :)

  10. Roz,
    Your cake sure looks heavenly. It’s nice to revisit those classic recipes. Great pictures.
    Mimi

  11. your caramel glaze looks so yummy! It is funny how different families have a special dessert they make frequently. For my family it was either cheesecake or key lime pie.

  12. Beautiful cake, love all that caramel on top of the pineapples. I love pineapple upside-down cakes, too! It’s one of my faves.

  13. This literally is a golden oldie and it was delicious.

  14. Wow, Roz !

    I love this cake ! It’s my favorite one ! It reminds me childhhod and so good memories… besides it’s mouth watering !!!

    Have a blessed day, dear friend :)

    P.S. I wil save this recipe into my private archive ;)

  15. I love pineapple upside down cake. This one looks blue ribbon worthy!

  16. How fun to see a pineapple upside down cake. My grandmother used to make these and I thought they were heaven. I’ve never never tried to make one myself, but you’ve inspired me.
    Sam

  17. Thanks for stopping by and for following me too! Your Pineapple upside down cake looks delicious! I have never had one before. I may just have to try one soon. I am going to forward this to my sister.

  18. What a gorgeous cake! I never tire of the classics! I like that it’s cooked in a cast-iron skillet – very unique for a cake.

  19. Ciao bella! Following from Friday Follow…I’m so glad I found your blog- it’s great! I too am an Italian American and I certainly share your love for all things from “the boot”, especially the food! I look forward to reading more of your posts!
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    Ciao,
    Vanessa

  20. Hi! I’m here from Friday Follow, and I am so excited to be here. Beautiful blog! I can’t wait to spend more time here with you!

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  21. Oh my!! This looks toooooo delicious!

  22. This is one of my favourite cake, it’s very delicious!

  23. Came over from friday follow and love your recipes! I will be following suite.

  24. YUMMY! I’m comin to your house to eat! Happy Saturday Sharefest!

  25. Looks great

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  27. That looks so delicious! Omg!

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  28. Ooo This looks delicious!
    Yummy
    -Amanda T
    (http://mylifewithratsandmore.blogspot.com)

  29. Delicious blog, I mean cake! :)
    Hi there, this is ydavis from Tasty Kitchen. Nice to “meet” you.

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  31. I am your Friday follow!

  32. This looks like a great recipe for tomorrow…Easter. Thank you.
    Mary

  33. Ooooh, looks sooooooo delish. SITS sent me by, and I’m glad they did!

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  34. Boy, this looks yummy! :)

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  35. Stopped by to say Happy Easter!

  36. this is my husband’s favorite cake of all time and i never make it because…well, i am just a bad wife ;)
    i am gonna give this a try! found you through anniebakes and am now your newest follower

  37. My husband’s mom made this a lot when he was growing up, and he loves it! Some of the old-fashioned favorites need to be brought back, don’t they?
    I’m here for the first time, through another blog, from Friday Follow, and you have a lovely blog–very pretty, and the food photos are fantastic! I post recipes, as well, (not always with a wonderful photo, though:) on my blog on Food Friday. Also I have a series on Love and Marriage, Hospitality, Homeschooling and Child-Training. Please come by and visit me at Faith’s Firm Foundation!
    http://www.wendygunn.net
    Blessings,
    Wendy

  38. I just spent some time on your blog, and what you wrote on “About Me” caused me to respond. You have captured in writing all the warmth and passion, the beauty that you speak about. It drew me in, and made me desire to see the beauty of your gardens, to sit at your table, to enjoy the food and conversation. I am an intense person. I feel things deeply. I analyze (too much). I believe in God, and that things happen for a purpose. I am glad I found your blog today. You have inspired me with your words and your heart. Thank you!
    Blessings,
    Wendy @ Faith’s Firm Foundation
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  39. thanks for posting. Great article.

  40. An all-time favorite! This is definitely so delicious. I have been making this since I was in my teens!

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