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15 comments to “Cranberry Upside-Down Cake”

  1. I LOVE upside down cake recipes. I made several different kinds all summer but this looks like a wonderful version for fall! And SO beautiful!!

  2. Fantastic idea. I’ve been looking for more recipes to try with cranberries. Take the berry beyond the sauce!

  3. I’ve been eying this recipe for a while, but now I have to make it. I wonder if replacing some OJ with lime and/or adding lime zest would be nice. For some reason, I’ve had cranberry-lime in my head.

  4. I think lime would be really good. That then leads me to wonder if it might also be nice to add a little cornmeal to the cake? could be interesting. Let me know!

  5. That looks amazing! Do you have any leftovers?

  6. This looks so good. My sister and I are making this for our Thanksgiving dinner.

  7. Oh, yay Thanksgiving dinner! Let me know how it goes…

  8. Jarrod M Lampier says:

    November 29th, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    I just made this and it’s fantastic! I was even able to get a piece for myself after the kids helped themselves.

  9. Jarrod, so glad it worked well for you too! Thanks for letting us know…

  10. This recipe works better in a glass pan. It allows the sugar and cranberries to caramelize better than an iron skillet. Give it a try!

  11. Ohhh! Myyyy!

  12. in the oven now says:

    December 8th, 2010 at 1:36 pm

    can’t wait to try this

  13. Just finished scraping the crumbs off the plate of my first slice. How delightful. I used whole wheat pastry flour, and lime instead of orange juice, and almond milk for the whole milk and it is fantastic! Thanks for the inspiration, happy cranberry season. :)

  14. I made this today and it was AMAZING! This will definitely become a holiday favorite.
    The only change I made was adding the zest of one orange into the cake batter. Next time I may try 3/4c sugar in the cake batter, just to take down the sweetness a bit.
    Thanks so much for posting :-)

  15. This was sooooo good! I just had my first slice with vanilla ice cream and loved every bite. It was the perfect balance of sweet, tart and buttery flavors. Thanks!

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