Retro Cakes Rock once again.

Students from Ms. Wallace’s Tuesday afternoon Chef School group have been rocking out the Retro pineapple upside down cakes that were recommended by Mrs. Willett’s chef school group!

12 thoughts on “Retro Cakes Rock once again.

  1. Have a look under our BTEC work at Iffley category where you’ll find the recipe along with some other tasty recipes you may want to try!!!

  2. Hi! When you made the Retro Cake , did you guys try it?
    And was it delicious? That cake looks yummy and it’s making me hungry! I hope you had a great time making that cake and it sure looks delicious.I wonder if you’re going to make an another delicious cake.

  3. Dear Kahn Class,
    Those cake look awesome. In Australia, there’s a type of cake that looks similar to the one you made. Maybe you can update the recipe so our class can make it on Friday ?

    • Hi Cindy,
      I’m reposting Chris’ recipe below. You can also see more recipes at…

      Pineapple upside-down cake

      for the topping
      50g softened butter
      50g light soft brown sugar
      7 pineapple rings in syrup,drained and syrup
      glace cherry

      for the cake

      100g softened butter
      100g golden caster sugar
      100g self -raising flour
      1tsp baking powder
      1tsp vaniila extract
      2 egg

      1) Heat oven 180c/160cfan/gas 4. For the topping, beat the butter and suger together untill creamy. Spread over the base and a quarter of the way up the sides of a 20-21cm round cake tin. Arrange Pineapple rings on top then place cherries in the centres of the rings.

      2) Place the cake ingredients in a bowl along with 2 tsbp of the pineapple syrup and, using an electric whisk, beat to soft consistency. spoon into the tin top of the pineapple and smooth it out so it level. bake for 35 mins. leave to stand for 5 mins, then turn out onto a plate. serve warm with a scoop of ice cream


      • Dear Mr Procter-Legg,
        Thank you for the recipe, I can’t wait to make it in our class soon, all our students are looking forward to it.We also have an end of term party this Friday so maybe we will cook it until then.The recipe looks short but delicious.Thanks.

  4. Hello Jinni and Cindy! We hope you try making the Pineapple Upside Down Cake! It was pretty easy to make and we each made one to take home and Shannon and Tilly made an extra one for us to share! We all liked it even though some of us weren’t that keen on pineapple! Have fun at your party on Friday!!!

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