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Friday, September 5, 2014

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Hi, everyone...

Busy week so I'm once again reaching back in Archives for a delicious post...:)






You have to admit that these little treasures are just

down

right

pretty.......:>)


Little PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN TARTS
I was so scared that when I turned these out of the muffin tin, I would be havin' a
train wreck  in the kitchen....
just knew they might stick....but, they came right out, just like they were supposed to.
....don't they look delicious !!! 
Little, tiny, adorable Pineapple UPside Down Baby Cakes...
Pamed muffin tin
a little butter in each cup
sprinkle BROWN SUGAR
add a bright red CHERRY
a spoonful of CRUSHED PINEAPPLE
a few pecans
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lay a piece of CRESCENT roll over each cup
and slide into a 400 oven until golden brown.
SUCH a quick and easy dessert and your guests will think you
spent hours making these, especially for them.
♥ 
I am sooo ashamed to say that I can't remember which blog I got this amazing recipe from.
If it was YOURS, please let me know so I can add your link.
Believe me....they TASTE even better than they LOOK....





Now, if you will excuse me.....
I've got some EATIN' to do......

19 comments:

  1. Those look delish! I'm gonna try it soon!

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  2. One of my hubs favorites . . . this gal is not a fan of pineapple.
    Look great though . . .
    Happy eatin'

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  3. One of the things I love about blogging is that it gives me opportunity to know people and learn so much with and from them.
    And this is a great idea. We don't have much tradition of small cakes in my country. I guess ancient times were different and people ate more so it payed baking a huge cake, put in the table and wait for the family to hog pieces so mother could wash the dish ahahah. But times are different and when I bake a cake I eat cake until I feel I don't like cake THAT much or I end up giving it away to neighbors.
    This is a favorite but added to the non-interest in cakes of my family they don't like fruit cakes at all, and I never thought baking this way so I could enjoy the tiny cakes at my own pace.
    Thank you so much for sharing BJ!
    Teresa

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  4. Sinfully delicious, I'm thinking. Now I'm feeling very hungry!

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  5. Yum!

    I think I will make these with my granddaughter...Thanks, Janey

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  6. They do look so good and delicious. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  7. now how easy is this, wow looks so good, I probable could eat 3 or 4 or maybe 6

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  8. YUM!!! The look so tasty…as I have said before, I wish I was your neighbor!!

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  9. You are so bad.....I have nothing to make anything here....I think those look fabulous!!

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  10. Yum - send 2 of those my way and I will call it dinner. LOL Can you tell, I have no clue what is or dinner tonight ?
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  11. That is one great looking dessert. I think I will try that. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I'm going to give these a try once cold weather hits. I love to bake when it is cold outside.

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  13. There goes the diet, but rest assured I copied the recipe! Yum! Yum! Yum! Thanks, BJ.

    xo

    Sheila :-)

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  14. Easy, breezy and delicious too. Looks like fun.

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  15. I have not tasted pineapple upside down cake in years. It is a favorite!

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj