The Best Pineapple Upside Down Banana Pancakes Recipes We Can Find

Have you ever wanted to have Pineapple Upside Down Cake for breakfast, but were worried that having cake for breakfast may be a bit much?

Well, Pineapple Upside Down Banana Pancakes may be the next best thing! Not only do they transform the beloved dessert into a breakfast treat, but they’re delicious, combining pineapple with banana. 

Below, you’ll find a couple of the best Pineapple Upside Down Banana Pancakes Recipes out there, as well as some delicious recipes for Pineapple Upside Down Cake as well as Banana Upside Down Cake.

Banana Upside-Down Pancake Cake (By My Recipes)

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What makes this delicious, spicy pancake recipe even more appealing to make is that you don’t need to make your own mix!

The recipe actually calls for pancake mix, meaning it can be easily whipped up for a treat at brunch. The sugary, brown caramelized bananas, toasted pecans and a touch of rum only make this dish more mouth-watering.

Pineapple Upside Down Banana Pancakes (By Tasty Kitchen)

These Pineapple Upside Down Banana Pancakes come with an added twist, they’re vegan! The recipe also couldn’t be simpler to follow.

All you need is soy, almond, or vanilla coconut milk, whole grain flour, baking powder, salt, canola oil, and mashed bananas and pineapple rings for a healthy, delicious breakfast.

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (By Spicy Southern Kitchen)

These pancakes are kind of like a Pineapples Foster, as each pancake has a thick slice of fresh pineapple embedded in it. These rings are precooked in butter flavored with cinnamon, and then dark rum and brown sugar are added to give the syrup a tropical taste.

Sunday Morning Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (By Gimme Delicious)

Super moist and fluffy on the outside with a caramelized pineapple crust on the outside, this recipe has all you could ask for in a Pineapple Upside Down Cake but in pancake form! The sour-cream in the batter also gives a surprisingly tasty tang.

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (By 4 Sons R Us)

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This Pineapple Upside Down Pancake recipe also incorporates everything we love in a Pineapple Upside Down Cake and combines it with a French pancake. They’re a great breakfast option for those with a sweet tooth. 

But what makes these pancakes even more special is that they are made in the French style, meaning they resemble crepes, but just a bit thicker. They don’t require baking powder, and this results in fluffy pancakes with crispy edges.

What’s more, these delicious, elegant pancakes are easy to make!

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (By Grand Baby Cakes)

For those who thought Pineapple Upside Down Cake couldn’t get any better, we kindly direct you to these pancakes. 

They’re not only great for breakfast, but can be enjoyed by themselves if you just want a quick snack. 

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (By Hugs And Cookies)

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes are great to liven up breakfast and are sure to put a smile on everybody’s faces! This recipe will taste just as delicious using either homemade pancake mix, or mix out of the box.

You can load up on the pineapple and cherries for this recipe, or even swap syrup for brown sugar or a dollop of whipped cream to make these pancakes even prettier!

Caramelized Banana Upside Down Cake (By Food 52)

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Let’s give bananas some love! This Caramelized Banana Upside Down Cake is not only deliciously moist, but easy to make. Just bake in a cast iron skillet and top with caramelized bananas.

Caramelized Banana Upside Down Cake (By Broma Bakery)

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In our opinion, Upside Down Cakes may be even prettier than their traditional, buttercream-laden cousins, and they don’t take nearly as long to arrange or decorate.

In fact, they’re one of the easiest cakes you can make. All you need to do is coat the bottom of the cake pan with a sauce and fruit of your choosing, spread the cake batter over the top, bake, and then invert.

When making this Caramelized Banana Upside Down Cake, you first need to make the caramel topping by melting butter and brown sugar in a saucepan and spreading evenly onto the bottom of the cake pan. Then cut four bananas lengthwise and lay them on top of the caramel layer.

The batter of the cake is also simple to make, with ripe, mashed bananas and Greek yogurt that add plenty of flavor and make it extra moist! Mix it all together and spread the batter on top of the bananas in the pan gently – yes, it’s Upside Down Cake but they still need to be intact!

Bake until the top of the cake turns a lovely golden brown and you can see the gooey caramel bubbling up from the bottom.

Once removed from the oven, let the cake rest for 10 minutes or so before inverting it into a large tray. Flip the cake too soon and it will fall apart, and you’ll have a tidal wave of caramel!

This Banana Upside Down Cake is best served warm, and with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. This show stopping but simple cake is perfect for events, or as a weekend treat. 

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (By Chocolate Covered Katie)

This Pineapple Upside Down Pancake recipe will be the envy of all other pancake recipes. It’s buttery, sweet, and delicious! The perfect hybrid of pancakes and cake, it’s sure to melt in your mouth.

Vegan Pineapple Upside Down Cake (By Healthier Steps)

This vegan twist on the classic Pineapple Upside Down Cake is also gluten free, making it perfect for a guest at any party. Not only that, but it’s sure to be the talk of every party too! Perfect for the holidays, it’s the ideal cake to make for any family gathering. 

Guests won’t believe that this delicious, simple-to-make cake is made from scratch, but it tastes so much better than any Pineapple Upside Down Cake you could get in a store!

Upside Down Caramelized Pineapple Pancake (By Parveen’s Kitchen)

Perhaps the reason why pancakes endure as a breakfast staple is, no matter what your preferences are, you can really ‘mix’ it up (get it?) with savory or sweet flavor combinations, and this Upside Down Caramelized Pineapple Pancake recipe proves it.

These pancakes transform the famous Upside Down Cake and make you feel like you’re having breakfast on a tropical vacation.

They’re fragrant with pineapple juice and coconut oil that only makes them more yummy and delicious.

To make them, sprinkle some vanilla sugar or vanilla infused sugar as soon as you place the pineapple on the pancake batter in the pan. Vanilla is a crucial component of this dish! But you can also use cinnamon sugar if you prefer.

You can serve these pancakes with maple syrup too. After all, why break up the perfect partnership of pancakes and maple syrup?

Plus, every now and then we all need to indulge in a caramelized, sweet breakfast. For a really sweet, indulgent breakfast why not add some whipped cream to the pancakes as well as maple syrup.

All in all, you’ve got a real mouth-watering breakfast on your hand with these pancakes. The hardest thing will be having to resist the urge to enjoy these pancakes everyday for breakfast!