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Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Clumps

pineapple upside down cakeWarm. Crumbly. Sweet. Counts as a health food because there’s fruit on it. These are just a few of the nice things you can say about pineapple upside-down cake, like this one from Betty Crocker.

But some folks, like CraftFail reader Sheree, might argue that maybe cakes weren’t meant to baked upside-down with juicy tropical fruit. Also, Sheree admits that substituting applesauce for oil might have been her upside-downfall.

pineapple upsidedown cake fail

Looks like all that lifting and flipping gave this poor cake a case of air sickness, though Sheree reports it still tasted great – as long as you didn’t look at it.

pineapple upsidedown cake nailed itFor more laughs visit Robyn at Hollow Tree Ventures, where she admits that she, too, has managed to simultaneously under cook and burn desserts. However, hers were not delicious, whether you looked at them or not.

 

4 Responses to Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Clumps

  1. Fire says:

    … What on Earth…. I wouldn’t think subbing applesauce for oil would be the fail. Obviously the pan was too large for the cake, and there’s the question of the green stuff? Why is it green? What did you add that was green?

  2. Maria says:

    It looks molded…

  3. Sara says:

    You are so my new favourite craft fail. This is awesomely awful! Way to go!

  4. Chloe says:

    I’m betting that she used an iron or older steel baking pan – they can react to acidic fruits like pineapple and turn them green.

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