Blackberry-Almond Upside Down Cake #CakeSliceBakers

 For July, I decided to bake the Blackberry-Almond Upside Down Cake.  This recipe has you coat your blackberries lightly in sugar, place in a single row on the bottom of your cake pan, and then top with a thick almond cake batter.


The cake was moist and tasty, and it was still moist the next day when we finished it up for breakfast.  I had refrigerated the cake because it's been so hot and humid lately I was worried the fruit might start to get moldy if I left it on the counter.


My only "complaint" is that I wish there were more blackberries scattered throughout the cake - though of course then it would not be an upside down cake.  Maybe serving it with some blackberry jam would get the taste I was seeking. 

I could easily see using this same recipe with other berries or even diced peaches.






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It is a new year and a new book - Little Everyday Cakes - and our choices for July 2021 were ~ 



Blackberry-Almond Upside Down Cake

Vanilla Sponge with Pineapple Filling and Caramel Frosting

Fudge Cake with Cherries & Pecans

Comments

  1. I need to figure out if there's a reason to coat the berries with sugar. I skipped that part to cut back on a wee little bit of sugar. But, I agree with you, more berries would have been nice. I did put fresh berries on top for more "berriness."

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  2. OOOOhhhh, or you could make a blackberry compote to dollop on top. Wouldn't that be lovely?

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  3. There's never too many blacberries. This cake is looks gorgeous.

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  4. This cake with peaches would really be a treat!

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