Apple Upside-Down Cake Recipe (Egg Free)

Apple upside-down cake recipe without eggs.

Can you believe the fall season is already here? Where has the summer gone? Time flies so fast around here it's crazy!

We've got so many wonderful things to look forward to this fall I can barely wait for it all. Jumping in gigantic piles of fallen leaves with the kids, decorating pumpkins, layering clothes and of course, visits at the local orchard.

For the past couple of years, at around this time, one of our emerging family traditions is to have a day at the farm, pick apples, eat some freshly picked corn on the cob, and then return home for some canning and baking. It's a lovely day filled with tractor rides, muddy feet and barn animals. Sometimes, the kids even get a pony ride.


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We always come home with a ton of apples and we'll spend the afternoon preparing lots of apple goodies together; apple pies, apple crumbles, apple sauce, and just enjoying apples raw.

I've already shared my go-to apple pie recipe with you and today, I'm going to share our apple upside-down cake recipe, and this one is egg free for those of you with an egg allergy. All you need is my egg free white cake recipe, some apples and spices, and you're ready to go!

What kind of fall activities are you looking forward to this year?

The easiest and most delicious egg free apple upside-down cake recipe for all those fall apples.


6 apples
1 tbsp of cinnamon
1 tbsp of brown sugar
Vanilla cake recipe (no eggs)

Apples for cake.


1. Line a pot with a baking sheet so that your apples don't stick to the bottom of the container.
2. Peal & cut your apples in slices, and put them at the bottom of your pot.
3. Sprinkle the apples with the brown sugar and cinnamon.
4. Prepare the eggless white cake batter and pour over the apples.
5. Bake at 350 degrees Celsius for about 50 minutes.
6. Flip the cake over a plate, remove baking sheet and enjoy! 

Peeled and cut apples with spices for egg free cake.
Add mixture of egg free white cake over apples.
Bake the egg free apple upside-down cake in the oven at 350 degrees celcius for about 50 minutes.
Flip the cake upside-down.
A delicious apple upside-down cake (egg free).

5 Quick Summer Recipes for Garden Cucumbers

Freshly picked cucumbers and cherry tomatoes.

For the past few summers, I've slowly been learning to grow my own fruits and veggies. I started with tomatoes; I tried growing them in pots, and in garden beds. I moved on to beans and lettuce, then tried carrots. This summer, I added fine herbs and cucumber.

Sometimes I wonder why more people don't have gardens at home, it's so easy! I mean, if you want to open up a business and maximize productivity, maybe not, but if you just want to garden for pleasure, you should seriously consider it.

Picking cucumbers in the garden to make delicious salads, drink, soups and snacks!

Back to cucumbers. So I planted like, 8 seeds. I thought I'd plant a few more than I wanted because you always have loss. Some seeds don't germinate, others die when they're baby plants, and sometimes you get pests that eat your crop. I guess I was super lucky because none of that happened to my cucumber plants.

In case you don't know, cucumbers aren't like carrots. It's not one cucumber per seed. The plant grows into a really long vine which produce about 10-15 fruits per plant.  So we're looking at about 100 cucumbers in a matter about 2 months. Yeah.

Picking cherry tomatoes with kids is fun but you they end up eating more than you pick.

My toddlers have taken a liking to picking and eating directly from the garden, so quite a few disappear daily. But I still have a LOT. So, I had to come up with ways to use them. Here are 5 of my favorite.

Have you tried growing your own fruits and veggies?



A refreshing summer drink, cucumber mint infused water.

Not so long ago, I shared my coconut lemonade recipe and although this is my go-to recipe for a nutrient boost and intense thirst quenching relief, I wanted something a bit more neutral in taste for the office. You can never have too many refreshing drink recipes for the summer.






Wash, cut, mix. Let sit for a few minutes and enjoy!

I was pretty surprised at how much you can taste the cucumber in the water. It's super refreshing. You could even add a bit of lemon juice if you wanted. Once you're done you can either eat your slices of cucumber, or pour yourself another drink!



A quick and light lunch idea for a hot summer day, cucumber cream cheese with chia seeds. A cool idea for those cucumbers in your garden.

I don't know about you, but when it's really hot outside, the last thing I want to do is eat a hot and heavy meal. Sometimes it's a spinach + lemon salad, sometimes it's some guacamole, but lately, with all these cucumbers growing in my garden, I had to get creative.

To be honest, it was a really hot day and I didn't want to cook. I just felt like eating a piece of bread. We had just spent the morning in the pool and the kids wanted to eat freshly picked cucumbers, so I thought we could make some cucumber sandwiches. 

Since my son is allergic to eggs, I usually replace mayo with humus. That day though, I had none in the fridge. I did find some cream cheese, which I buy to make the frosting for my egg free cupcakes. So bread, cucumber & cream cheese... just some protein missing. Seeds! I added a bit of chia and hemp.



Cream cheese
Seeds (Optional - I used chia and hemp)
Salt + Pepper (Optional)



1. Toast your bread + spread some cream cheese.
2. Wash + slice your cucumbers in the long using a mandoline.
3. Add some cucumber slices over the cream cheese then sprinkle some seeds, salt + pepper.



Use garden cucumbers and cherry tomatoes for a juicy greek salad!

Oh my god you guys. Have you ever tasted freshly picked garden tomatoes? They're god sent. Seriously, it's like eating extra sweet and juicy grapes. Can you imagine? Winter grocery store tomatoes, you are a crime to nature.



Cherry tomatoes
Feta cheese cubes
Olive oil (you could also use reduced balsamic vinegar as a dressing)
Red onion (Optional)
Salt + Pepper (Optional)



1. Wash and cut all your ingredients (I leave out the onions because they're too strong for my toddlers).
2. Put everything in a salad bowl.
3. Add some olive oil, salt + pepper.
4. Instead of #3 you could also bring some balsamic vinegar to a boil and drizzle over your salad.



A cold, light and refreshing summer lunch, cucumber yogurt soup.

This totally sounds like mush doesn't it? Lol. I promise you it's not, it's actually quite refreshing and super delicious. Plus, it's fast, nutritious, and cold (such a treat on a very hot day!).



1 cups of plain yogurt
2 cucumbers
1 clove garlic
Salt + Pepper (Optional)



Just clean and peal the cucumbers and garlic, and blend everything together. Season to taste and enjoy!



Simple cucumber cream cheese appetizers for snacks or parties.

Just feel like eating a snack? Grab a cucumber, a knife, some cream cheese and dried fruit. Slice, dip, sprinkle and enjoy some cucumber cream cheese bites!

Maple Buckwheat Crepes

Maple buckwheat crepes with bananas and butter.

Buckwheat is such an interesting and nutritious ingredient. Did you know it's packed with iron? In my books, it's a super food.

When I was little, my grand mother often made us buckwheat crepes. As children, we didn't really care for them so she would drown them in maple syrup. Growing up, I developed a finer taste in things, and so buckwheat has become on of my flours of choice.

You make the buckwheat crepes, add a bit of salty butter, a drizzle of maple syrup, and you've got yourself a little party in your mouth. Maple syrup is just so out-of-this world delicious that I want to spread it over everything I eat. Oh wait, I already do. That's a fact.

Oh, and this crepe recipe is egg free! So if you need to make some for a person with allergies, this is a perfect choice. :)

Do you like maple syrup or are you more of a honey person?



2 cups of buckwheat flour
2 cups of milk
1/2 cup of Oil (I use canola)

This recipe makes about 12 small sized crepes or 6 big ones.

Buckwheat crepe ingredients.


1. I use the my Kitchen Aid blender to mix everything together. I just dump all the ingredients in and blend. I find the mix easy to pour into the pan that way.

2. Before I start making the crepes, I make sure the pan is already hot (heat on medium). I don't know why but when I pour the mix into the pan as it's heating up, my first crepe always ends up sticking to the pan. Annoying. Trust me.

Maple buckwheat crepe toppings.
Maple buckwheat crepes with bananas.