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A Reason to Revisit an Oldie
Pineapple upside-down cake may not be the trendiest dessert out there, but it's certainly onto something: place a treat-worthy ingredient—pineapple rings, or, um, glazed doughnuts and doughnut holes—into a pan, along with a sauce of some type (bonus points if it includes, as this does, butter, brown sugar, cream and pecans), pour cake batter over the top and bake. Let cool for a few minutes and then verrrrry carefully invert the pan onto a plate, so whatever was once on the bottom—ahem, those doughnuts and holes—is now on top. Brilliant.

Get the recipe: Doughnut Upside-Down Cake