Fresh Pineapple Upsidedown Cake

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Thank you so much to Mary Younkin from Barefeet In The Kitchen for this lovely Fresh Pineapple Upsidedown Cake recipe. This pineapple upsidedown cake recipe is one of the many amazing recipes that Mary has on her great food blog and website where she shares many different recipes with us online. If you are looking for a great recipe for pineapple dessert, than this is definitely one to try. Making a pineapple upside down cake from scratch makes the dessert so yummy and fresh. This particular pineapple upside down cake recipe from scratch also happens to have the traditional pineapple upsidedown cake recipe as well as gluten free diet recipe. Mary provides gluten free diet recipes on her page for some of her recipes, which is great for anyone who is on a gluten free diet. You might be wondering, "What is a gluten free diet?" Well, a gluten free diet is a when people leave anything with gluten in it out of their eating habits. Gluten is a protein that is found in many cereal grains like barley, wheat and rye. People who maintain a gluten free diet, have a hard time processing gluten as it causes inflammation in their digestive system. A gluten free diet for kids can be a great way to go for kids who have any digestive issues as well, if the whole family is choosing to eat a gluten free diet, no one will feel singled out and you can make tons of great gluten free diet recipes.

This pineapple upsidedown cake recipe is a great option when it comes to pineapple desserts. Pineapples are a delicious, tropical fruit that is usually grown in Hawaii and then shipped to the mainland for distribution and consumption. Pineapples are readily available at grocery stores all over North America, and they are a very healthy food to consume and add to tropical style recipes like this pineapple upsidedown cake. When you are looking for the nutritional value of pineapple, you might be interested in the pineapple nutrients as well as how many calories in a pineapple. Pineapples have approximately 50 calories per 100 grams of fruit that is eaten. Pineapple nutrients are abundant in fresh pineapples, and they are best eaten shortly after the pineapple is purchased. Pineapples contain something called bromelain, which has been known to help ease the symptoms of a cold and possibly improve respiratory relief. It also has a lot of great vitamins like vitamin C, itamin B1, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, and folate.

Did you know that it takes a pineapple at least three years to fully mature? The time in which they become ready to pick is between March and June and they don't ripen after they are picked. The colour of a pineapple can sometimes throw people off because some are green in colour while some are a nice yellowish gold tone, but the colour has nothing to do with the ripeness of the pineapple, it just depends on where it was grown. Pineapple plants can also be grown from the pineapple top. If you purchase a pineapple, eat it, or use it in a recipe and then take the pineapple top and plant it in dirt. You won't grow an actual pineapple fruit from it, but it makes for a lovely looking house plant. This recipe is made with one whole, fresh pineapple that you peel, core and slice yourself. The results for using a fresh pineapple for this recipe will give it that super fresh and juicy, sweet pineapple flavour everyone will love. Enjoy trying this great pineapple upsidedown cake recipe and share it with your loved ones. **

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