How To Make Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake Recipe With Images
A delicious cherry pineapple dump cake made by dumping all the ingredients into a cake pan. No mixing required! A delicious combination of cherry pie filling, crushed pineapples, cake mix, and butter.
Looking for more cherry recipes? Try my Individual Microwave Cherry Cobbler Mug Cake With Cake Mix, or my Cherry Filled Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal Flourless Cookies.
An easy way to bake a cake! You simply add the ingredients in layers, then bake. No mixing required! You want to be sure to add the ingredients in the exact order I have written in order for your cake to come out prefect!
What Is A Dump Cake?
A dump cake get it’s name because you literally dump all the ingredients right into the pan. They are made with a cake mix. No mixing or mixing bowls required!
What Is A Dump Cake Bake Time?
Since you are using a boxed cake mix, you want to go by the bake time that’s on the cake box. The cake box lists times depending on the size of your pan. But, depending on what ingredients you are using you may need to bake it longer. Start with the cooking time on the box and bake your cake until it’s golden brown. This can range from 30-50 minutes.
What Is The Difference Between Dump Cakes, Cobblers and Crisps?
Dump cakes are made with a cake mix and canned fruit that is poured into the bottom of the pan. Cake mix is poured on top of the canned fruit, then topped with melted butter.
Cobblers are made with biscuits. The biscuits are placed on top of fresh fruit or canned fruit and baked. Cobblers are also made with a flour mixture or cake like mixture poured over fresh fruit, then baked.
Crisps are made with oats and fresh fruit or canned fruit. They are cooked on top of the fruit and turn to a crisp, hence the name. Crisps usually consist of oatmeal, flour, granola, nuts, butter, and sugar.
Do You Stir A Dump Cake?
No. That’s what makes a dump cake unique to other cakes. There’s no mixing involved at all! Hence the name, you dump all the ingredients into the pan and bake it. No mixing or stiring.
How Do You Store A Dump Cake?
Dump cakes should be stored in the refrigerator, unless you have it out for serving. When you are finished with serving, place it back into the refrigerator. If left out for 24 hours or more it’s no good!
How To Make A Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake Recipe (with images)
1 boxed cake mix or betty crocker cake mix, white cake mix or vanilla cake mix. Either one will not change the flavor.
1 can of cherry pie filling
1 can of crushed pineapples
2 sticks of butter
Step-by-step Instructions with Images
- Dump 1 can of crushed pineapples into the bottom of your cake pan.
2. Pour 1 can of cherry pie filling over the crushed pineapples
3. Dump the dry cake mix over the cherry pie filling
4. Lastly, pour 2 sticks of melted butter on top of the dry cake mix.
Bake as directed on the cake box or until golden brown. Between 30-50 minutes.
Betty Crocker Dump Cake Video
Mixed Berry Dump Cake
- 1 Boxed cake mix; white or vanilla
- 1-20.oz. can crushed pineapples
- 1-21 oz. can cherry pie filling
- 2 stick of butter
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Layer in a cake pan crushed pineapple, cherry pie filling, dry cake mix, butter.
- Do NOT stir. Place in oven and bake as directed on cake box.
- Top with cool whip, optional.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 servings Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 555Total Fat: 17gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 40mgSodium: 452mgCarbohydrates: 102gFiber: 6gSugar: 58gProtein: 4g