Fall in love with cake again! This Healthy Upside Down Apple Cake is a lower-sugar dessert that tastes great!
What I love about this apple upside down cake recipe
I love when I can create a sweet treat, but use just a few simple ingredients and less sugar overall. That’s an easier task when it comes to fruit desserts. The natural sweetness of the fresh apples shines through even though I’ve used half the amount of sugar normally called for in apple upside-down cake.
Frequently Asked Questions About Apple Upside Down Cake
How do I make self-rising flour?
I always keep self-rising flour on hand. It’s the secret to my tender homemade pancakes and makes quick work of so many of my quick breads and pound cakes. But I know it’s not always in everyone’s pantry. Making some is easy. Stir together 1 cup of all purpose flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder, and 1/4 teaspoon salt for every 1 cup of self rising flour needed.
Can I use vegetable oil or coconut oil in place of the butter?
Functionally, it will work. But the butter adds a nice flavor that you notice as soon as you bite into the top of the cake. You’ll miss some of that flavor without it.
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