A new spin!

26 Mar

Classic (noun): a thing of simple, elegant, and long-lasting style

‘Classic’ is a word used very frequently around NelleBelle’s Confections. It’s used to described the standards set before and the standards that currently are (and always will be) upheld. Many cakes, cupcakes, cookies, etc. keep in line with these standards laid out before us by the cake gods (yes, they exist) as far as appearance and taste. But how bad could a spin on a classic really be?

Pineapple upside-down cake: a classic dessert (There goes that word of the moment, again). Usually done in a bundt pan and flipped over upon presentation, pineapple upside down cake is long-lived and loved by many. It’s drenched in a wonderous sticky glaze that not only enhances the flavor of each slice but adds to its delicious appearance…but appearances can be deceiving.

What if pineapple upside-down cake wasn’t upside down?

What is the pineapple never came right-side up?

What if had fluffy frosting instead of a thick coat of glaze?

What if the bundt pan got tossed out a window and replaced with a cupcake pan?

NelleBelle’s been thinking (and thereby creating 🙂 ). I do believe a spin on this classic is in order.

Isn’t she lovely? A sweet, moist, pineapple-adorned cake topped with whipped pineapple frosting served conveniently in a  danty cupcake liner. Oh wait, how is that pineapple upside down cake? This doesn’t seem to be enough. Why, whatever shall I do? *swoons*

Yay! You saw that one coming, didn’t you? A brown sugar and sweet cream glazed pineapple slice lays the foundation for this heavenly delight. Couldn’t put a spin on such a marvelous creation that it loses the essence of itself. That’s just confectionary treason and unacceptable behavior here at NelleBelle’s Confections. This bakery has got standards, you know 🙂 .

Until next time, have a delicious day!

-NelleBelle

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