Pineapple upside-down cake is the classic, but you can put anything under cake batter, bake it, flip it, and have a stunning dessert.
S'mores are unbeatable. Buttery graham crackers, melty chocolate, and toasted marshmallow are now available in cupcake form.
This light coconut cake is filled with simple pineapple curd. and toasted coconut flakes. We prefer unsweetened flakes, but sweetened coconut works too.
You may cube it for a trifle, crumble it over ice cream, or—our favorite—stack it with whipped cream and berries. Best part? This cake can be made in about an hour.
These are like chocolate chip cookies with M&Ms and a bar shape, making them irresistible. To make them holiday-appropriate, use red and blue M&Ms.
This luscious raspberry-swirled cheesecake is a show-stopper. Best part? This cheesecake uses buttery shortbread instead of graham crackers.
After long lines, Dole Whip is the best. It's better in cupcake form and no longer requires a trip to Disney.
This delicacy is for cookies-and-cream fans exclusively, with an Oreo cookie shell, a sweet but tangy middle, and a crushed Oreo topping.