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Dump Cake

on October 3, 2012

DUMP CAKE!!!

Sounds completely nasty but oh it is good.  My grandma gave me the recipe and I veganize it :). I remember when she told me what it was it looked great but the name didn’t sound great. Forget the name it’s worth making. I’ve made it for our apartment warming party and our BBQ and everyone has loved it so far. I mean what’s not to love pie filing and cake in one dish. Sign me up I’m trying it.

Items needed

Cake Mix (either homemade, recipe below or store-bought)

2 Cans Different Fruit Pie Filling (My favorite is peach and raspberry but we used Blueberry and Strawberry in the pictures)

2 sticks vegan butter (I used a new one I found in Publix but I’ve also used earth balance too)

Directions

  • Preheat Oven to 350
  • Dump 1st can pie filing into 9×13 pan and flatten out to over the bottom of pan.
  • Dump 2nd can pie filing onto 1st one. Smooth out to cover as much as you can.
  • Dump cake mix on top of pie filings and make sure it covers pie filing completely. 
  • Slice butter thinly and place over cake mix. Make sure when you place the butter the slices touch each other. You want the whole cake mix to be covered with butter. ( you can see in the pictures mine were not touching and you could tell once the cake was done)
  • Cook in oven for 45-50 mins or until cake looks cooked.
  • Cool 15 mins and enjoy.

Homemade Cake Mix (no liquid)

1 1/2 Cups Flour

3/4 Cup Sugar

1 1 /2 tsp Baking Powder

1/2 tsp Baking Soda

1/2 tsp Salt

Mix all ingredients together really good. Use as listed above.

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