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A delicious recipe for the whole family. So easy! I followed the recipe with the following modifications: I evenly spaced the pineapple rings and cut up pieces of canned peaches to surround the pineapple, and also fill in the holes in the center. I did not have maraschino cherries on hand, and used canned sliced peaches. My son says this is the best cake he's ever had, and declares he wants this cake for Christmas, Thanksgiving, and his birthday! Yum, I'll have to make this again. It is just too easy and delicious to forget. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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LuvviLoo August 25, 2009

Everyone loved this! I made it for our Easter brunch and it was the perfect ending to our meal. I followed the directions with only two changes. I only used 1/2 cup of brown sugar because it covered the bottom of the pan just fine. I also skipped using solid shortening and just used cooking spray and I had no issues with sticking. Thanks so much for posting a new twist on an old family favorite!

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mydesigirl April 12, 2009

This was so good -- rave reviews from the family! Nice change of pave from the traditional pineapple upside down cake (which I love!).

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iewe April 12, 2009

This was hands down one of the best cakes I've ever tasted in my life. The only slight revision that I made was to use a "Pineapplel Supreme" cake mix instead of the yellow. Also, used fresh pineapple rings. This cake was absolutely fabulous. So good it will bring a tear to your eye. THANK YOU, Katie!!!!! This will be a get-together staple for me now.

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bzintoledo April 09, 2007
Peachy Pineapple Upside-Down Cake