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Your family will flip over this summery twist on classic pineapple upside-down cake. The combination of pineapple and zucchini is almost too good to be true!

Pineapple-Zucchini Upside-Down Cake

Take advantage of zucchini season and bake up this warmly spiced snack cake today. Overripe bananas will provide the best flavor for this cake, so if all you have are under-ripe bananas, bake them in a 300° F oven 30 to 40 minutes or until peels are black and bananas are soft.

Zucchini-Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Want a recipe that's got homemade taste and can be made with a beginner's skill? Then try this easy, moist yellow cake that's covered with a rich, satin caramel frosting. The flavor goes for miles!

Golden Caramel Cake

Savor the sweetest slice of watermelon you'll ever eat! The chocolate seeds are a melt-in-your-mouth prize. Tip: Toss chips in 1-2 tablespoons of cake mix so they stay distributed evenly throughout the cake!

Watermelon Cake

This peachy treat will be your new favorite upside-down cake! Betty Crocker yellow cake mix helps take it from counter to oven in just 15 minutes. Best of all, this recipe lends itself to all kinds of variations. Use pecans instead of walnuts or try blueberries in place of strawberries!

Peach Berry Upside Down Cake

Whiskey, apples and upside-down cake: what could be better? This fruity dessert, which starts with a box of SuperMoist yellow cake mix, is the perfect (boozy) way to upgrade traditional holiday fruitcake.

Upside-Down Apple Cake with Whiskey-Soaked Fruit

Fresh blueberries + lemon = a match made in fruit heaven! This beautiful layer cake has a lemon glaze and a buttercream frosting, making it a super-special birthday treat for blueberry lovers. Grab a handheld plane grater to make grating the lemon peel easier.

Lemon Buttercream Cake with Blueberries

Go big with this super-sized whoopie pie, made with Betty’s SuperMoist devil’s food cake mix and filled with a vanilla-and-marshmallow crème mixture. Ganache might sound complicated, but all it takes is whipping cream, baking chocolate and a gentle touch!

Giant Ganache-Topped Whoopie Pie

No wonder this party-ready cake has been pinned so many times! Chunks of chocolate malt balls mixed into vanilla ice cream tops a decadent, from-scratch chocolate cake. Go ahead, take the sweetness up a notch by using chocolate ice cream!

Chocolate Malt Ice-Cream Cake

The pink polka dots are such a fun surprise inside of this Rainbow Chip Cake made by our friend Zoe Bakes.

Rainbow Chip Cake with a Surprise-Inside!

You asked, we answered! After a two-year hiatus, Rainbow Chip frosting is back and ready to party for birthdays and special occasions—or any time, really! (Because let’s be honest: We’ve all eaten it straight from the can.)

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  • Rachel C
    Rachel C

    AJ this is amazing!!!!

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    Savanah Scott

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  • Shannon Martin
    Shannon Martin

    AJ I didn't even know it was gone! I must need some funfetti in my life!

  • AJ

    Shannon Martin - remember when we couldn't find it anymore?! I think it was for Rachel's Bday

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This sweet and slightly tart layer cake starts with a box of SuperMoist white cake mix, and is topped with a fluffy frosting. Make it extra pretty by garnishing with maraschino cherries and twists of lime peel.

Cherry Limeade Poke Cake

Yes, you read that right: CAKES. Splitting these chocolate fudge swirl cakes into two loaf pans means easier slicing and transporting, plus it maximizes your peanut butter cup coverage. Make one for yourself and one for a peanut butter-loving friend.

Peanut Butter Lovers Swirl Cakes
  • patti hays
    patti hays

    ER here I come

  • ana soto
    ana soto

    How to bake this recipe?

Have some racing fans in the family? Whip up this surprisingly simply cake with frosting grass and racetrack, perfect for a race-watching party or your favorite car lover’s birthday. The cars are even made of chocolate—how cute is that?

Racetrack Sheet Cake
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    I like your pins! And i am VERY sure you would love ours!!

32 hours of dedicated recipe testing and countless boxes of cake mix later, Sky-High Salted Caramel Chocolate Layer Cake, our Dessert of the Year was born!

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Luscious chocolate cake, silky cheesecake, drizzled with salted caramel and served à la mode: Betty’s 2015 Dessert of the Year is guaranteed to please!

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  • Virginia Willis
    Virginia Willis

    Can't wait to try it.

  • Emily K. Johnson Stafford
    Emily K. Johnson Stafford

    Looks Yummy! I need to try this!!

Let the slow cooker do all the work for this easy pumpkin dessert made with a box of Betty's yellow cake mix. (Sorry, you’ll have to frost it yourself, though.) Betty member Jtgp says, “This is so simple and delicious, I could not believe it was made in the slow cooker!”

Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

This intensely decadent, triple chocolate Bundt cake is the perfect dessert to place on a Christmas dinner table and enjoy with family and friends!

Hot Chocolate Bundt Cake

Aren’t those licorice whiskers the cutest? Click through to get the printable template to cut out this easier-than-you-think cat cake. (Bonus: It’s pink inside for added adorableness.) Frost and decorate with candy and black decorating gel, and you’re all set for a Hello Kitty® birthday party.

Hello Kitty® Cake

Can’t decide between pie and cake? Welcome to the club! Combine both worlds with this heavenly, simple berry dessert that’s ready in less than an hour. No need to buy blackberries, raspberries and strawberries, either; use whichever type you have on hand.

Triple Berry Pie Cake
  • Sandra Weidner
    Sandra Weidner

    Can't wait to try this one.

  • Ruth Sluder
    Ruth Sluder

    Can't wait to try this one! I like making cake topped cobblers anyway!

  • Margie Cole
    Margie Cole

    Loving the idea of this. pie and cake..With ice cream or cool whip, what more could you ask for..

  • Jan Osborne
    Jan Osborne

    I am going to make this for the holidays, too! Yum!!

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Impress your friends and neighbors with this adorable, edible pumpkin—no carving required! You can even make the cake a day in advance and have the kids decorate it at your Halloween party. Click through to watch the how-to video for this super-cute Halloween dessert!

Jack-o'-Lantern Cake
  • Barb Wilson
    Barb Wilson

    Yummy might try this

The prep for this festive Halloween sheet cake is so not scary, and only requires frosting, food coloring, licorice and the ingredients to make the cake. “Made this cake last year for Halloween,” says Betty member Giannisgg. “It was a big hit!”

Halloween Monster Cake

“Easy,” “pumpkin pie” and “cake”: those are three things everybody loves! Yellow cake mix forms a buttery, crispy topping for this non-traditional pumpkin pie. Garnish with whipped cream and you just might have a new Thanksgiving family favorite on your hands.

Easy Pumpkin Pie Cake
  • Maryann Mckinney
    Maryann Mckinney

    Looks good

  • Denise Wilcox
    Denise Wilcox

    looks good

  • Penni Wilson
    Penni Wilson

    Yum can't wait to make this!

  • Billie Sleeper
    Billie Sleeper

    looks great!

Fortune Cookie Cake!

Giant Fortune Cookie Cake

Apple pie filling is the not-so-secret ingredient in this brunch- or dessert-worthy slow-cooker cake topped with a yummy oat crumble. It’ll make your house smell amazing! Try different pie fillings (think cherry or berry) to mix things up.

Slow-Cooker Apple Crisp Coffee Cake
  • Nadine Smith
    Nadine Smith

    What size can of pie filling? And I am thinking I would have to double the recipe since my slow cooker is rectangle and a little bigger than the round.

  • Sue Mayer
    Sue Mayer

    Nadine Smith - If you click where it says above the recipe, it has the full recipe. "1 can (21 oz) apple pie filling, apple slices somewhat broken up"

  • Nadine Smith
    Nadine Smith

    Oh OK.. Thanks Sue Mayer.. I really appreciate that.. We have dinners at Church every Sunday, and I love to use the slow cooker for some of the meal. :)

  • Dianne Brow
    Dianne Brow

    sounds good cant wait 2 try it

  • Kelly Powell
    Kelly Powell

    Can I use fresh apples instead? Trying to think of ideas to use them, MIL is sending a whole bunch from her trees!

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