Pineapple-Lime Impossible Cake
This version of an Impossible-style Cake has distinct layers of pineapple cake and lime flan, that magically separate while baking. The pineapple caramel topping is essential--and made after the cake has cooled--so be sure not to skip it. While this may not be traditional in flavor or cooking method for an Impossible Cake, it's definitely a delicious variation and well worth the extra effort. Prepare ahead: this needs to cool at least 4-8 hours.
I used pineapple slices and fat-free evaporated milk as that's what I had on hand. You could use either pineapple tidbits or chunks in juice if desired, just be sure to reserve a 1/2 cup of pineapple juice from the can, and few of the tidbits or chunks for the topping. Use full-fat evaporated milk if you'd prefer, as well.
Maraschino cherries would also make a great garnish in place of the tart cherries.