Mini Peach Upside Down Cakes
Like most people from the south, I love peaches. I love them by themselves, flavored in beverages, in candy and in desserts. Just yum. When my mom found these cute little tins in her cupboard, I knew that I wanted to make some type of upside down cake. I didn’t want to go the pineapple route because it seems a bit overdone lately. I decided to go with peaches instead. This dessert is so incredibly easy and inexpensive! You only need a few items.
The first thing I did was peel and slice the peaches. I then added them to a sauté pan with butter and brown sugar.
Once they were soft and bubbly, I began preparing my dishes. Begin by buttering the tins and sprinkling a little brown sugar.
Next, drop in a few peach slices and press them down a bit.
After that, top them with cake mix. I saved time by getting the boxed stuff, but you can go the homemade route if you’d like. Don’t fill them to the top. If you do they will bubble over.
Bake at 350 until the tops are starting to brown. They cook quickly in the baby tins. They should pop right out when you are done. Let them cool a bit before you move them, otherwise they will fall apart.
They came out so creamy and delicious. Just because I like to be over indulgent, I topped them with RediWhip. So yum.
(Please ignore the plate crumbs in that picture. It was hard to stop the nomming long enough to snap it.) Give these a try, even if it is just in a round cake pan. You will devour them!