This Rhubarb & Ginger Cake is a version of the popular upside down cake. It is a lightly spiced cake which is easy to make. It makes great use of seasonal forced rhubarb which marries well with warming ginger.
This upside down cake recipe is perfect for those who love the chocolate-orange flavour pairing. Upside down cakes make the most of seasonal fruit, showcasing them to the max. Although the recipe lists blood oranges, it would work equally well with navel oranges at other times of the year, meaning that you can enjoy this easy, pretty and delicious cake any time you want.
Essentially an upside-down cake recipe, this Raspberry & White Chocolate Traybake Cake tastes amazing. The beautiful slightly sharp raspberries balance well against the sweet creaminess of the white chocolate, which can be found both drizzled over the raspberries and in the sponge cake.
Upside-down cake recipes make for an interesting everyday cake. They are incredibly easy to make and are great for an impromptu bake resulting in a great addition to an afternoon tea, with no need for any frosting allowing the fruit to create the interest. This bilberry upside-down cake makes great use of foraged berries with additional flavour coming from the ground almonds and a touch of lemon zest.