Mango Upside Down Cake

Our Mango Upside Down Cake gives the traditional pineapple version a whole new take on deliciousness.

We just love mango and quick cakes made from scratch and this one is an all-time vintage favorite recipe.

I remember mom making this cake over 60 years ago and I helped her learn how to bake using this recipe.

Using all simple pantry ingredients fresh sliced mango, this sweet cake is the perfect ending to a meal.

It’s also a smaller cake and just right for a small family, otherwise, you will need to double the recipe as it makes one small round cake( well at least in our case, they eat huge slices!).

If you happen to be a mango fan also try our number one recipe in Pinterest

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