Banana Split Cherry Upside Down Cake


An incredibly moist and flavorful funfetti cake is topped with fresh sweet cherries and creamy bananas nestled into a thick layer of caramel.  It’s a fun play on a childhood classic- the banana split.


This Banana Split Cherry Upside Down Cake is an incredibly moist funfetti cake topped with fresh cherries, creamy bananas & a thick layer of caramel. Click for RECIPE.  

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2016 Year in Review

Chocolate Cherry Banana Bread - This elegant Chocolate Cherry Banana Bread is moist & delicious & sure to impress with juicy cherries, bits of chocolate, & a chocolate honey glaze.
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Traditional Basil Pesto
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Matcha Pocky Layer Cake with Matcha Mousse and a Matcha Buttercream
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Ghormeh Sabzi with Tahdig
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Homemade Boozy Lollipops with Swirls
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Bourbon Pumpkin Pie with Black Sesame Crust
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Chocolate Cake with Pumpkin Pie Surprise
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Puff Pastry Tomato Tart
The Road to Honey's Most Popular Recipes of 2016 - Chocolate & Pumpkin Oreo Cake
Pumpkin Brioche Donuts with Molten Chocolate Truffle Center
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The 2016 year in review for The Road to Honey is chock full of recipes for delicious desserts & even a few savory dishes such as Pesto & Ghormeh Sabzi.

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Cherry Galette with Almond Crust & The DSWT

Cherry Galette with Almond CrustPie without all the effort? This fresh cherry galette with brown sugar & kirsch is wrapped in a spelt flour almond crust. And it’s easy to make too.
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Homemade Quinoa Cherry Granola Bars

Quinoa Cherry Granola Bars Recipe

Through my previous posts, you likely have decoded that I am a travel junkie of sorts.  For me, nothing beats jet setting off to new and distant lands only to experience landscapes and cultures that are out-of the ordinary and the extreme to my everyday ho-hum life.  As a matter of fact,  as I pen this post, I’m sitting in a riad in Marrakech, after having enjoyed a sumptuous dinner of Nomad couscous and lamb tagine, sipping Moroccan mint tea (my new obsession) and trying to maneuver my way through spotty internet service all while the fountain bubbles in the courtyard and the 8:00 pm call to prayer hums in the background (it’s pouring rain and I have tired of sloshing through the muddy and winding corridors of the souks, completely satisfied with the many treasures I will be towing back to the states).

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