Monday, May 10, 2010


Provided below is the recipe for the decadent Upside Down Rhubarb Cake from Farm Chick's blog- Fresh From The Farm.

1 Yellow Cake Mix

2 Cups diced rhubarb

1 1/4 cups white sugar

1/2 pint whipping cream

pre-heat oven 350 degrees-grease and flour a 9x13 pan.

Make cake according to package directions

in a bowl mix diced rhubarb and sugar

Spoon mixture of rhubarb and sugar over yellow cake

Drizzle whipping cream over the top of rhubarb

bake 40 minutes

Cool completely before turning out.

As I said prior, I devoured mine warm from the pan!



Kathy in KY said...

OMGoodness does this sound GOOD! I don't have any access to rhubarb, but may look at the grocery store, or go to the farmers market and pick some up. This would definitely take care of the sweet tooth I've been having lately. And the recipe is so easy. Thanks for sharing.

Shelley said...

This sounds like an easy enough recipe for me to attempt! Yum!

Missouri Gal Nicole said...


A New England Life said...


I wonder how it would taste using half brown sugar/half white? And with a teaspoon of cinnamon? I may have to find out! Especially since I have Rhubarb left over from the pie I made on Sunday.

Rural Rambler said...

Yum! Thanks Julie, I think this might be going to a family thing this Sunday. I'll see if I find some good rhubarb :)

Window On The Prairie said...

Sounds wonderful. We haven't planted rhubarb yet. Need to find a place for it in the vegetable garden. So far we've planted potatoes, onions, cauliflower and broccoli, and tomatoes. Also spinach and lettuce. I've put up how-to posts on the planting of each also.

Genny said...

I've never eaten rhubarb. I don't know why, other than it reminded me of bloodshot celery, and I guess I thought it might taste the same way. I have to say, though, you all are convincing me that I have to give it a try. I might be missing out on something totally yummy, and I LOVE yummy.

John Gray said...

i AM DEFINATELY GOING TO cook this!!! many thanks

Anonymous said...

Ill be making it this morning, I know from a fact that it's delicious.