HowTo:Bake Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

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Baking a cake is pretty straight forward, in fact, it's as easy as pie. However, baking an upside-down cake requires a more skillful approach (flipping the recipe guide upside down), which is why you must follow this step-by-step article thoroughly in order to be sucessful with your baking.

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It is essential that you have all the proper ingredients prepared before you begin baking, by doing so you spend more time focusing on the tasks ahead and less time setting yourself on fire. The ingredients you'll need include:

Step-by-Step Recipe[edit]


Be sure to check pineapple for any aquatic creatures who may have been living in it under the sea (See Spongebob Squarepants).

1. Turn pan upside down and let cool for 10 minutes, then place pan into oven for 50-60 minutes, setting your oven to 325° afterwards.

2. Remove pan from oven, and separate the pineapples from the rest of the ingredients.

3. Stir bowl well and add water to help blend ingredients. Then add your vanilla and then your egg mixture.

4. Gradually beat the grandulated sugar into the bowl, while adding the eggmix, until it is no longer a fluffy white.

5. Blend eggs well, then crack eggs into another bowl.

6. Add salt, brown sugar, and butter to small mixing bowl.

7. Pre-Heat oven and prepare ingredients.


The result should look similar to this amateur sketch

Depending on how many pineapples you use in your recipe, you may end up with either a cake the size of a small pillow or a cake the size of a larger small pillow. More likely, the cake will end up being roughly the same size as the pan you baked it in.

Even though this recipe guide had not been attempted prior to writting this article, I'm fairly confident that this guide is accurate enough to ensure success no matter who follows it. I'm not even a baker, though I have seen the cooking channel for a few moments while channel-surfing and it looked simple enough for ANYBODY to do.

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