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Peach Apple Upside Down Moist Buttery Cake

Peach Apple Upside Down Cake – Hands down the best Peach Apple Upside Down cake I ever made. This cake recipe is classic and is bursting with flavor.

You don’t have to spend time making the caramel sauce, the caramel layer is formed under the cake batter while it’s baking and I’ll show you how.

Peach Apple Upside Down Cake. Buttery moist cake combined with two delicious caramelized fruits. This peach apple upside down cake is unbelievably delicious and is best served warm with ice cream. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

Making Peach Apple Upside Down Moist Cake.

Baking to me is not just a hobby but a way to bring inner comfort especially when I’m making something delectable like this Peach Apple upside down cake.

I’m not crazy about frosting cakes as you know by now and upside down cakes not only look amazing but tastes incredibly rich and delicious.

Therefore, I  bake it for my guests and serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.

Peach Apple Upside Down Cake. Buttery moist cake combined with two delicious caramelized fruits. This peach apple upside down cake is unbelievably delicious and is best served warm with ice cream. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

I made a Mixed Fruit Upside Down Cake sometimes ago and it was a great hit in case you wanted to check it out. I have many other versions of upside down cakes saved on my PC, but this recipe takes the cake 🙂

Peach Apple Upside Down Cake. Buttery moist cake combined with two delicious caramelized fruits. This peach apple upside down cake is unbelievably delicious and is best served warm with ice cream. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

Make the Caramel Layer Without the Fuss!

To make a good looking and delicious peach apple upside down cake, you will use dark brown sugar which will form the bottom caramel layer, you also need to pick ripe sweet peaches otherwise your cake will taste sour and we really don’t want to ruin this wonderful piece of art.

Peach Apple Upside Down Cake. Buttery moist cake combined with two delicious caramelized fruits. This peach apple upside down cake is unbelievably delicious and is best served warm with ice cream. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

The rest is really easy as you’ll note in the method for making this cake below. I’ve added oil and butter to the batter, this will prevent the cake from drying and allow it to create moist crumbs.

Note to the Baker: To prevent this cake from sticking to the baking pan I have used good quality parchment paper and a 9” spring form pan. The cake came out of the pan easily and with no mess.

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Let’s Bake this Cake!

Peach Apple Upside Down Cake. Buttery moist cake combined with two delicious caramelized fruits. This peach apple upside down cake is unbelievably delicious and is best served warm with ice cream. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

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Cake Pan | Parchment Paper | Stand Mixer

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Peach Apple Upside Down Cake. Buttery moist cake combined with two delicious caramelized fruits. This peach apple upside down cake is unbelievably delicious and is best served warm with ice cream. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

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7 Comments

  1. That turned out awesome, Muna. We love upside down cakes a lot and I must try this soon.

  2. Wow, wow, love it so much

    • Arinacooking

      This cake is out of this world, I don’t know any one who tasted it and didn’t ask for the recipe 🙂

  3. I just assembled this beauty, it’s in the oven now- I can’t wait to taste it! What I feel compelled to mention, however, is that the recipe does not mention where or when to add the sugar to the batter. It only describes using the brown sugar in the caramel. For someone like me who follows the recipe to the letter- I found myself about to pour the batter in and saw my unused cup of white sugar…. I re read the recipe and do not see any mention of it other than the ingredient list! Fortunately, I caught it and whisked it in before pouring, but thought I’d mention it. I’ll update once I’ve tasted it- I’m sure it will live up to the photo…

    • Arinacooking

      Hi Eric, Thanks for your comment and for bringing this error to my attention. I have added the sugar in the method, and I hope that your cake comes out great 🙂

  4. Ruth Moore

    This cake is spectacular, moist but light, sweet but not overwhelming. Really wonderful, I couldn’t eat it quickly enough and can’t wait for enough time to elapse to justify me making it again.