Recipe by Sarah Phillips and Kelly CA © 2-28-2014 Sarah Phillips CraftyBaking.com
Although you can make this delectable Orange Upside-Down Skillet Cake any time of the year, we think it's best when oranges are at their peak during the winter months. When we can find them, we use tangy blood oranges, because they are stunning, but you can certainly use navel oranges, or even a combination of the two, which is what we have done here. We'll show you below step-by-step how to easily prepare the oranges for baking. We like to bake this cake in a cast iron skillet, but you can use an ovenproof stainless steel frying pan too; the instructions for adjusting the recipe are included. Top wedges of this scrumptious cake with whipped cream for dessert, or serve slices the next morning for a fun breakfast.
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*The blood and navel oranges are from Kelly's backyard tree in California (I'm jealous!)