You’ve done a handstand, headstand and cartwheel to really see the world upside down for National Upside-Down Day. Now that you’ve worked up an appetite take your meal upside-down as well. Here are 9 cakes that you’ll really flip for.


photo: Countryside Cravings

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
The no-brainer for this day is to make the classic: pineapple upside-down cake. The food blog, Countryside Cravings has the scoop on a delectable homemade cake topped with caramelized pineapple. Get the full recipe here.


photo: Circa Happy

Raspberry and Blackberry Upside-Down Cake
We’re really digging Circa Happy’s version of the upside-down cake. What makes these cakes a bit different is the use of almond meal. Get the full recipe here. 


photo: Mise En Place


Cranberry Upside-Down Cake
Now that fall is officially here, take advantage of the season’s cranberries with this cake from the food blog, Mise En Place. You’ll love the balance between the sweet cake and tart cranberries. Curious? Click here for the recipe.


photo: Food Equals Happy Me

Caramel Apple Upside-Down Cake
If your trip to the u-pick apple farm left you with bushels of apples this recipe is for you. Created by the food blog, Food Equals Happy Me, this upside-down cake will use up some of your apples and is guaranteed to leave a sweet taste in your mouth. Get the scoop here.


photo: Forbidden Rice blog

Blueberry Upside-Down Cake
For a cake that’s as stunning and colorful as it is tasty, hop on over to Forbidden Rice food blog for this blueberry upside-down cake. We promise you won’t be disappointed.


photo: Diethood

Bananas Foster Upside-Down Cake
Even bananas can get in on the upside-down fun. The food blog, Diethood created this delectable recipe that only takes 15 minutes to prep. For the full how-to click here.


photo: Crumb

Peach & Blueberry Upside-Down Cake
Take advantage of the tail-end of peach season with this cake from the food blog, Crumb. Get the recipe by clicking here.


photo: Feast on the Cheap


Orange Mango Upside-Down Cake
If your kids have never tried mango give them a taste of this sweet fruit with an orange mango upside-down cake. The food blog, Feast on the Cheap has the scoop on a great recipe that will turn your kids on to a new fruit and won’t break the bank. Click here for the recipe.


photo: Broma Bakery

Carmelized Banana Upside-Down Cake
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this recipe from the food blog, Broma Bakery. Bonus: the total time to prep and bake this dessert is less than an hour. Get the full recipe here.

What upside-down cake will you make today? Which one is your favorite?

— Erin Lem