Pineapple Upside Down Cake Fudge
Pineapple Upside Down Cake Fudge | This creamy fudge is packed with pineapple flavor, candied cherries and a butter cake bottom layer. Yes! Fudge on top of cake! This may not be your typical fudge but it will be one of your favorites! Great on a dessert table at a Holiday Party or gifting on a Christmas tray of goodies.
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Not only is this Pineapple Upside Down Cake Fudge filled with pineapple flavor, it also has tons of texture. From the pop of the candied cherries to the soft cake. There’s nothing like a mouth full of delicious fudge.
Pack up small tins with an assortment of fudge and hand out to your office co workers. Click here to find over THIRTY fudge recipes—->>>>FUDGE.
IF CANDIED CHERRIES ARE OUT OF SEASON YOU CAN ALSO USE MARASCHINO CHERRIES. Make sure to get them ultra dry!
To get that pop of pineapple flavor you’ll need two ingredients. Freeze dried pineapple and LorAnn Pineapple Flavoring. LorAnn Oils and Flavors is my favorite way to flavor, frostings, gumdrops and fudge. Not only are the flavoring delicious it also allows you to add flavor without a lot of moisture. Exp: Adding chopped juicy apples vs adding a little bit of apple flavor. Whether you’re making candy or frosting the amount of moisture that is added to the recipe is very important. Here are a few of my favorite recipes using LorAnn Flavors.→→→ BLUEBERRY CREAM CHEESE FROSTING, APPLE CINNAMON CREAM CHEESE BUTTER FROSTING, CRANBERRY CHEESECAKE BITES, EASY TO MAKE HALLOWEEN BAT GUMDROPS, TROPICAL SUNSET FUDGE, SEMI HOMEMADE TROPICAL PINEAPPLE COCONUT CUPCAKE RECIPE, CHOCOLATE AND ORANGE MARBLE FUDGE… well you get the picture. This is only a “few” of the recipes, I have a lot more. Looking at this list you can see how versatile the flavorings are and how much I LOVE THEM!
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Low-fat eggnog with grated nutmeg is my favorite Christmas drink. For cookies, it would be Christmas Chocolate Crinkles. For pies, I love mincemeat!
Sounds like a party Teresa!
I love bake special apple cake for Christmas.
That sounds delicious Monika!
I love sugar cookies with frosting and try to make them during the holidays.
Wow! What an amazing giveaway and recipes! I love Sweetsand Treats!
Chocolate Crinkles are a mUST in our house for the Holiday Baking line-up!
I love those cookies too Eva!
Can’t wait to start trying the recipes!
That’s awesome Sandy!
I could eat all of this right now!
That pineapple upside down cake fudge looks delightful..I may have to try it out! I don’t know if I have a favorite holiday treat, because there are so many tasty goodies, from pecan pie and pecan logs to cheeseballs and summer sausage. I make pumpkin pies and butterscotch layered desserts every year.
That all sounds yummy Shanna!
Sugar cookies that my sister would make. She passed away three
That’s so wonderful that you’re carrying on your sisters recipe Susan. ♥
Springerle Cookies are my favorite
Mine too Carol!
We like to make fruitcake every year.
That sounds like fun Antoinette. I think I need to try that this year.
OMH this lookis awesome.. I also love sugar cookies for xmas!
Me too Rosa!
I enjoy making gingerbread people each Christmas. I have fun decorating each one into a unique boy, girl or mom or dad! I use homemade icing, if I can, and I use small candies or fruits (i.e, raisins) to create eyes with texture! 🙂 Baking, for me, is quite fun!
That does sound like fun Diane!
we love pepper mint sugar cookies and always hot coco
Oooo…..that sounds yummy Carol!
I love fruitcake. Not many people do but I really love fruitcake. I make it almost every year, if I don’t make a fruitcake then I make fruitcake cookies.
I’ve never had fruit cake maybe that should be something I try this year. Thanks Amy!
wow, my husband loves pineapple upside down cake, so, it seems only fair that I make this for him.thanks
Yay Sandra! That would be awesome!
Christmas Chocolate cake log
I love cake rolls too Colleen.
I love sugar cookies!
I’m right there with you Janice!
Cookies! Our traditional Christmas treats are Pitcanussa!
Wow Stephanie! What is Pitcanussa?
My favorite is sugar cookies. I like trying new things.
You can’t beat a good sugar cookie Tammy!
I always make Fudge! Another thing I like making is using Christmas Cookie Cutters & Flour Tortillas…cutting them out, brushing with melted butter, sprinkling them with cinnamon sugar and baking them. They always turn out so good!
I LOVE that idea Elizabeth!
I make a christmas banana bread but it has cherries, c chips,pecans. it is a every year thing .
That sounds incredible Karen!
snicker doodles are my favorite but Im not to partial I eat them all unless they have oatmeal in them
Snicker Doodles are amazing Eva!
Hot Cocoa and Sugar cookies!!!!
Sugar Cookies and Mexican Wedding Cookies.
I love both of those too Karen!
I love eggnog at Christmas. We make Martha Washington candies each year. Those flavorings would be great to change them up a bit.
That’s so cool Teresa. What is Martha Washington candies?
I’m one of the few who really likes fruitcake.
That’s so funny Michele…all the baking I do I don’t think I’ve ever had fruit cake.
My favorite is a chocolate drop cookie my daughter makes it has icing and chocolate sprinkles yum!
It does sound delish Kathryn!
I’m happy to be apart of receiving these great recipes. What a great give away. So excited.
That’s so sweet Sue! Thanks!
My favorite Holiday treat is Mince pie- which is a bit of a bother to make, but worth the effort.
Hi Cindy, I’ve never had Mince Pie.
Walnut Fudge, I make it every year along with new recipes I have run across, and with all the recipes you have shared I shouldn’t have a problem finding new ideas this year.
Hahaha…..so true Janice. ♥
Sugar cookies are a favourite at Christmas time .
Yep, me too Carolyn!
A family favorite that we make every year, are Almond Roca Bars. So tasty!
Oh man….Sharyl that sounds dangerous! 😀
My favorite is chocolate “anything” but especially crock pot candy with peanuts. Hard to stop eating.
I agree Sylvia!
I like homemade cherry chocolate’s with a coconut filling. I really like all dessert’s.
Chocolate covered peanut butter balls
Love sugar cookies, and so blessed to have the opportunity to use these awesome free recipes, thanks a bunch, Merry Christmas and a very blessed New Year
You’re Welcome Honey! Thanks for visiting Lady Behind The Curtain!
I do make my go to sugar cookies, peanut butter blossoms, and chocolate dipped pretzels every year but I love to add new things too each holiday season.
Sounds like you have yummy dessert Jennifer!
I don’t see anyplace to register for the Christmas give away.
Now that you’ve left a comment, click on the enter button and check off that you made a comment. That registers you MJ.
Chocolate chip for hubby and sugar cookies and peanut butter cookies are a must. I do change up on the toppings every year. Love a good eggnog too.
Great choices Heather!
I come from New Mexico so I make biscochitos every year. There is nothing like a good homemade, tradition for the holidays. Your fudge recipe looks awesome, will have to try it. Thank you for sharing.
Happy Holidays to you and yours.
You are so right Reina.
We make so many it is difficult to choose but I think toffee, chex mix, and muddy buddies are a must every year. And fudge of course.
Wow! I love them all Derek!
My favorite thing is jello salad. My grandmother used to make it when we were young and we still do it today,.
Recipes with memories attached are the best Shannon!
My favorite holiday treat is pecan pie! I love the crunchy, gooey, sweet and salty all at once!
Sweet and salty are the two best combos Athena!
My favorite is Pecan Tassies! Yummy little bites of “pecan pie”.
I love those too Susan!
I love to make a Christmas Rum Bundt cake. It is elegant and so very tasty! Merry Christmas to all!
That sounds delicious Pat!
Sweet Potatoe Pie, yummy. Thanks for a chance at the giveaway.
I’ve never had sweet potato pie Connie.
I love Panettone, Gingerbread cookies and Eggnog. It’s just not the holidays without them.
Oooo….I love Panettone too Lynne!
My favorite Christmas treat is Stroffoli. Since I was a little girl, my mom and I always made Stroffoli every Christmas.
Awww…I love food attached to sweet memories Karenann.
We like making new things every year. Thanks for the chance.
You’re Welcome Joy!
I love fudge – pretty much ALL flavors!
Hahaha….I’m right there with you Francine!
My favorite Christmas baked good is my grandmothers peanut butter fudge. She makes it every Christmas. I look forward to it every year.
I LOVE that Brandon!