Pineapple cake: Recipe and FREE ecook book

15 Sep

Recently I made this pineapple cake that came out surprisingly better than I had hoped it would. I bought a pineapple cake mix on a whim a few weeks ago and finally decided to make it. I prepared the cake per the directions on the box but before putting in the bundt pan to bake, I added an 8 oz can of crushed pineapple. I wanted it super infused with pineapple. I think the cake could have been in the oven a little longer than the recommended time due to the extra moisture from the crushed pineapple, but otherwise this cake  came out great. It was moist and you couldn’t miss the pineapple flavor with little bits of pineapple in every bite.

The frosting on the top is simply confectioners sugar mixed with a little water and drizzled over the cake once it was cool. I would have liked the cake to have been a little cooler when I put the frosting on but I just couldn’t wait and thus it ran onto the plate as you can see in the picture above. It was still tasty, but I would recommend waiting until it was completely cool.

This was a super easy cake to make and had a ton of flavor. Using the bundt pan made it look a little more pretty than it might have if it was in a square or rectangular dish. It wasn’t my favorite cake of all time but I’m glad I gave it a try. Next time I may go ahead and try a full pineapple upside-down cake!

What is your favorite kind of cake or do you have another dessert of choice?

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Happy Baking!

2 Responses to “Pineapple cake: Recipe and FREE ecook book”

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