Peach Cobbler Dump Cake {4 Ingredients} Recipe (2024)

With only 4 ingredients, you can dump this recipe into a pan and have a warm Peach Cobbler Dump Cake in no time at all. Filled with peaches and a buttery topping made from a cake mix, you won't be able to resist this dessert.

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Indulge in the delight of a classic dessert with our Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, a recipe that’s as easy as it is delicious. With just four simple ingredients, this dessert is the best way to celebrate the juicy peaches of the season or enjoy the sunny peachy flavor any time of year.

The simplicity of this easy peach dump cake recipe is one of its greatest strengths. You’ll start by layering canned peach pie filling in a baking dish, and the juicy peaches create a luscious base that’s impossible to resist. Then, a box of yellow cake mix is evenly spread on top of the peaches, creating a golden brown and slightly crispy topping that complements the sweet peach juice underneath. A big scoop of melted butter is drizzled over the cake mix, creating a rich and indulgent layer that adds to the overall scrumptiousness.

After just a short time in the oven, the magic happens, and you’re left with a delightful dessert that’s one of our favorite peach recipes. The aroma of cinnamon sugar fills the air, making it nearly impossible to wait for it to cool. Once it’s done, serve individual servings with a scoop of ice cream for a classic dessert experience that will have you savoring every bite.

Leftover Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, if you have any, can be stored in an airtight container or covered with plastic wrap and kept in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. It’s great for those moments when you’re craving a quick and satisfying treat. This easy dessert recipe has become a family favorite and is one of our favorite things to make when we’re short on time but still want a most delicious dessert. So, the next time you’re looking for the easiest cobblers or the most satisfying homemade peach cobbler, this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake is the way to go. It’s a great dessert that captures the essence of a classic dessert with minimal effort.

When I need dessert in a hurry, this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake is my go-to recipe.

It literally comes together in a matter of minutes and is so simple that my kids can make it. It’s a great way to get the whole family involved in making a delicious dessert!

This cake can be made year-round because it uses canned peaches (it doesn’t get any easier than that!) and a simple cake mix. No more waiting for peach season!

What is a dump cake?

A dump cake is the simplest dessert you can make – it usually has a base of a cake mix plus fruit filling.

You dump all the ingredients into the pan, stir them together (in the pan! No bowl needed!), and bake.

For this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, you don’t even have to stir all the ingredients together. It really is a dump-and-go dessert.

This dump cake reminds me of a cobbler because of the way the crust gets crispy on the outside, but it stays warm and soft on the inside.

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We love dump cakes:

It started with this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, but then branched out into our Pumpkin Dump Cake, and then we made an Apple Cider Dump Cake, and took it a step further with our Apple Raspberry Dump Cake.

You can also make pineapple dump cake, blueberry dump cake, chocolate cherry dump cake, strawberry dump cake – the options are endless! As long as you have canned fruit and a cake mix, you can make any variation of this quick dessert. It’s the perfect recipe for any season and occasion!

They are all so delicious – it’s making me hungry just thinking about them! And there’s nothing better than simple dessert recipes the entire family can make together.

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How to make Peach Cobbler Dump Cake:

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Dump peaches in bottom of a 9×13″ pan.
  3. Sprinkle dry cake mix on top of peaches.
  4. Cut butter into small pieces and place on top of cake mix.
  5. Sprinkle with cinnamon and bake!

We love to serve this warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. It’s the perfect dessert!

To save time, some of our readers have melted the butter and poured it over the top of the dry mix – either way will work just fine.

If you are having problems with the cake being too dry, before you bake the cake, press the cake mix down into the peaches to help combine the dry mix with some of the moisture with the peaches.

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Different fruits to add to dump cake:

Switch it up by adding one of these fruity pie fillings instead of peaches:

  • Cherry pie filling
  • Blueberry pie filling
  • Mixed berry pie filling
  • Apple pie filling
  • Blackberry pie filling

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Looking for more delicious peach recipes? Check these out:

  • Peach Crisp Trifle
  • Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler
  • Peaches and Cream Oatmeal Cookies
  • Fresh Peach Pie
  • Fresh Peach Dumpling Roll-Ups
  • Instant Pot Peach Cobbler

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Serves: 12

Peach Cobbler Dump Cake {4 Ingredients} Recipe

4.80 from 5 votes

With only 4 ingredients, you can dump this recipe into a pan and have a warm Peach Cobbler Dump Cake in no time at all.

Prep Time 5 minutes mins

Cook Time 45 minutes mins

Total Time 50 minutes mins



  • 32 ounces peaches in heavy syrup 2 (16 ounce) cans, undrained (you can use fresh peaches, but you'll want to add heavy syrup if you do)
  • 15.25 ounces yellow cake mix 1 package
  • ½ cup butter
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 quart vanilla ice cream optional topping


  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.

  • Empty peaches into the bottom of a 9 x 13 inch baking pan.

  • Cover with the dry cake mix and press down firmly.

  • Cut butter into small pieces and place on top of cake mix.

  • Sprinkle top with cinnamon.

  • Bake for 45 minutes.

  • Serve with vanilla ice cream, if desired.



  • Ice cream is not included in Nutritional information


Calories: 339 kcal · Carbohydrates: 36 g · Protein: 6 g · Fat: 19 g · Saturated Fat: 11 g · Trans Fat: 1 g · Cholesterol: 81 mg · Sodium: 313 mg · Potassium: 375 mg · Fiber: 2 g · Sugar: 23 g · Vitamin A: 905 IU · Vitamin C: 6 mg · Calcium: 186 mg · Iron: 1 mg


  • 9×13 Inch Baking Dish

  • Knife

Recipe Details

Course: Dessert

Cuisine: American

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  1. Aimee says:

    This is one of our favorite recipes to make in the dutch oven. and we always do the easy route too, cake mix and canned peaches, and butter. Yummy!

  2. Whitney & McKayla says:

    As I was reading, I totally remembered BBQs at a friend's house. Her family loved Dutch oven cooking so much they had a pit in their backyard specifically to use them. Basically a sandbox lol. This is the exact recipe they wrote down for me.

  3. Something Swanky says:

    Nothing says summer like Peach Cobbler. This version looks wonderful!

  4. Jordan Linna says:

    This looks so good! I'll be attempting it soon. Thanks for posting!

  5. Michele says:

    hmm. i think i have all these ingredients in the house right now... thanks for the recipe!

  6. Julie Chalmers says:

    Very strange to do it with a dry cake mix, but I think I am going to have to try this...

  7. Laura says:

    Growing up we used a similar version of this recipe, and we called it Poor Man's Pie. 1 large can of peaches in heavy syrup, 1 box white cake mix and 1 stick of butter sliced in top. Didn't need to press down, just spread out the cake mix. Pop in the oven at 350 for 45 min. One if our favs! I'll try cinnamon next time!

  8. Laurel says:

    We use this same recipe all the time. It's the best! Also, if you are camping and forgot the cinnamon, substitute with Hot Tamale candies. I almost prefer it. :) My husband went to the DR too.

  9. One Day at a Thyme says:

    I want to make this for church on Sunday. Do I need to use stick butter or will tub butter work?

  10. Jukebox Jones says:

    I'll bet this will be good with pineapple, too. Maybe leave out the cinnamon.

  11. Z & P says:

    wait so do you pour the peaches in with the liquid and all or just the peaches?

  12. Six Sisters says:

    Pour in the peaches AND the liquid! Hope you like it!

  13. Six Sisters says:


    Tub butter would work just fine. Hope you like it!

  14. Mrs Boyd says:

    Going camping this summer and we are bringing a dutch oven. Would it be possible to get the recipe/directions for your late father-in-law's version?

  15. Jackie says:

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  16. Jackie says:

    We do this while camping in a dutch oven. It's so amazing. I mix in just a bit of the cake mix into the peaches, then put the rest on top, dot with diced butter and sprinkle with cinnamon. We cook it over fire coals, put some on top to cover the lid and baked it for about 40 minutes. Comes out with a crunchy top, and served it with ice cream since we were in a trailer.

  17. Natalie Tschudy says:

    My fave is with cherry pie filling and crushed pineapple together. I also add walnuts on top. You can also mix some rolled oats with the cake mix and it makes it a little bit of a different topping.

  18. Natalie Tschudy says:

    My fave is with cherry pie filling and crushed pineapple together. I also add walnuts on top. You can also mix some rolled oats with the cake mix and it makes it a little bit of a different topping.

  19. Pink Roses and Teacups says:

    Hello girls!

    I just found your blog through Pinterest. Wow, six girls, how wonderful!! I was blessed with 3, and I was thrilled. No boys, but I have 2 grandsons. All I can say is, you are ALL beautiful, and your parents must be so proud!!! I know I would be!!


  20. Kate says:

    We called this Cherry Quick Cake, growing up. You mixed one can of cherry pie filling with 1 small can of pineapple tidbits. Spread that in a buttered pan, and then top that with the yellow cake mix and melted butter. It was so, so rich and sweet. As kids, we loved it. Now, it's a bit too sweet for me. You can really get by using only 1/2 a cake mix, or, just use one of those small jiffy boxes of yellow cake that make a single layer -- perfect amount.

  21. Six Sisters says:

    We haven't been able to track down any of his recipes. :( I think a lot of them were in his head. I found this one that looks really good and has a 5 star rating!

  22. Lexie says:

    A friend from New Orleans gave me this receipe with apples. it had a brown sugar, butter and oatmeal topping. My Texas born Grandma used to make it with cherries with a crumble topping to. Delicious! I am just in the mood for this tonight after a rough day.Fabulous post, thank you.

  23. Babsiegirl says:

    I'm trying this with fresh strawberries and blueberries mixed with splenda and sugar free cake mix. I'll let you know how it turns out.

  24. Babsiegirl says:

    It was DELICIOUS! Thanks for the idea!

  25. Unknown says:

    If I don't have a dutch oven, could I just use a greased baking dish? and bake it in the oven?

  26. ctrwisely says:

    This was the best Peach Cobbler recipe ever! My daughter's boyfriend told me he had a "foodgasim" from eating daughter was in heaven and when I came out the next morning, more than half the pan was gone!

  27. Themise Cruz says:

    I tried this recipe over the weekend and it was amazing. I strained the peace juice and added corn starch, brown sugar and cinnamon. This made the peaches really flavorful and thick. Highly recommended. And easy!

  28. Six Sisters says:


    I actually just used a baking dish and baked it in the oven. Just follow the directions and it will walk you through it. Thanks!

  29. MustHaveCoffee... says:

    Another quick one is frozen fruit, cake mix, and sprite. Layer each without mixing and bake. It's amazing. We've done both peaches and blackberries so far. Cool thing is that it's just three ingredients and you don't even thaw the fruit first!

  30. Amy says:

    Frozen fruit, a 1/2 c. of sugar, a cake mix, 1 T cinnamon, and a stick of butter works great, too. Bake at 350 for an hour. We call it dump cake. It's AWESOME with blueberries!

  31. Christina says:

    Making this tonight (using cherry pie filling instead of peaches) for Father's Day! Thanks for sharing!!

  32. Jessica Corban Ashe says:

    Can't wait to make this! I <3 Cherry Dump Cake so I am sure I will LOVE this!

  33. The6ofusinca says:

    I love dump cakes!! My 5 year old helped me make this tonight and she is sitting in her little chair looking into the oven waiting for it to be done! Priceless.

  34. Jennifer says:

    This was so easy, and so good!!

  35. Kellell says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! My 5 year old was able to do this all on her own (besides cutting the butter) and was so excited! Doesn't hurt that it's delicious to boot!

  36. ?Nora? says:

    This was really yummy :)

  37. Jennifer says:

    Would this work in the crockpot?

  38. Melissa Miller says:

    Another great 'tweek' to this recipe is using 1 pouch of instant cinnamon oatmeal (b/c I was out of plain oats) sprinkled on top of the cake mix and then press down firmly on both. I still sprinkled the top with a little cinnamon after adding the butter. My family loves the added texture that the oatmeal adds, but your basic recipe is amazing all by itself! Thanks a bunch!!!

  39. Six Sisters says:

    Hi Jennifer!

    I think you could definitely do this in a crockpot! Let us know how it goes!

  40. Michelle Troxel says:

    Could you use fresh peaches instead of canned?

  41. The Ellis' says:

    Hi Michelle,

    I have never tried it with fresh peaches so I am not positive how it would turn out. My only concern is that it would be too dry because you pour in the whole can of peaches AND the juice. If you used fresh peaches, I would add some sort of liquid so it wouldn't come out dry and crumbly. Sorry I am not much help!

  42. Nette says:

    Hi y'all -- My mother's mother made this from as long back as I could remember, then my mother made it when she moved from Texas to Bama. Now, I make it for my hubby's family and they are amazed every time - --- We do have a few differences though. Cake mix dumped in pan, sprinkled with coconut, stick of butter cut up on top and bake for about 20 minutes. Add cans of peaches (fresh work if you make enough juice with sugar), 1/2 cup sugar (or not, depending on sweetness level desired), sprinkle with cinnamon, and mixed one egg into 8 ounces sour cream and drizzled over the top. Bake at 350°/375° until bubbly and brown, 30 to 45 minutes or so.

    I will say that the Six sister's recipe is as close as any I've ever come across to what she made! ;o)

  43. Yvette DeShaies says:

    Hi Michelle,

    Just wondering if you used the fresh peaches and how it turn out. I'm thinking of adding sugar to my sliced peaches to get the liquid needed. Let me know if you have any suggestions.
    Thank you

  44. Amy Hatfield says:

    I prefer a little bakery trick I know.

    Drain the liquid off te peaches into a bowl, mix a few tablespoons of flour and a tsp or two of cinnamon into the juice before pouring over the peaches. Then dump your dry cake mix and top with butter. It gives the bottom layer that creamy, tangy peach cobbler texture.

    An equally awesome twist on this is 2 cans of strawberry pie filling with a chocolate cake mix! We call it chocolate covered strawberry cobbler.

  45. Erica says:

    Oh man, I couldn't believe how good this was....especially considering how easy it was to make! Thanks for the recipe!
    One the leftovers need to be refrigerated?

  46. Six Sisters says:

    Yes... I would refrigerate them!

  47. kkdither says:

    I used one can of apple pie filling, cake mix and one stick of margarine. Yum! Top with whipped cream or ice cream while warm and it is out of this world!

  48. elizabethpaschke says:

    Hi there! I'm planning to make this for a weekend getaway with friends, wondering how many servings does this make? There will be 11 people there, and I wasn't sure if one batch would be enough? Thank you!

  49. Six Sisters says:

    Makes about 15 servings. You should have plenty. Serve it with ice cream and it will seem to go farther! :)

  50. Sara Lutz says:

    Why does it need to be pressed down firmly?

  51. Cyd says:

    That's what the recipe directs. Tastes yummy!!

  52. Melinda says:

    Could I use fresh peaches?

  53. Marion says:

    Might be a novice question...should I drain the peaches? Thanks!

  54. Cyd says:

    We have never tried it with fresh peaches so we are not positive how it would turn out. Our only concern is that it would be too dry because you pour in the whole can of peaches AND the juice. If you used fresh peaches, I would add some sort of liquid so it wouldn?t come out dry and crumbly.

  55. christa says:

    i have frozen peaches.should i thaw before i bake

  56. christa says:

    my receipe calls for a can of 7up for fresh peaches

  57. Cyd says:

    I would thaw your frozen peaches before you bake.

  58. Monica W says:

    Loved it. I used thawed frozen peaches and added 2 tablespoons of sugar. Worked great. The best and easiest recipe ever.

  59. Mary says:

    I made this for a birthday dinner and it was a classic! So good!

  60. robin says:

    NO! Do not drain the peaches! You need the fluid in them for it to bake correctly.. otherwise, it will be too dry. :)

  61. Dolores Griglione says:

    I WoulD Like To Try With 7Up. Can Someone TelL Me The PRoportions FoR The Fruit Dump Cake.Thank You In ADvance.

  62. heather d. says:

    Can this be done with any kind of canned fruit?

  63. Cyd says:

    We have only made it with peaches, but I'm sure any fruit would work.

  64. clare says:

    I just made this and a lot of the cake mix stayed dry. The cake mix I used called for eggs, oil and water to make. Should I have bought a different cake mix? If there such a thing as a complete mix (like the complete pancake batter that only needs water)?

  65. Ashlee says:

    We have fresh peaches coming out our ears! Would they work, rather than canned?

  66. Cyd says:

    We have also made it melting the butter and drizzling it all over the dry cake mix. That may give you more coverage.

  67. Jen says:

    I only have a can of peaches in 100% fruit juice...Can I still use that? Or would I need to add something else to it?

  68. Cyd says:

    Your peaches should work great!


    Was wondering if this would work ok with light canned peaches?

  70. Cyd says:

    Should work just fine!

  71. Merry says:

    I made this last night for my husband and a couple of friends.....they all said it was the BEST peach cobbler they'd ever had!!! I did add a few more fresh peach slices to fill the bottom of the dish as I couldn't find the size can called for in the recipe. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. The bake time was perfect, this was super simple with outstanding results. Thanks for sharing!

  72. Karen Wolff says:

    Only had a spice cake mix on hand-turned out so yummy!!! Perfect recipe, easy and tasty!!!

  73. Christina says:

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  74. Wendy says:

    So I did exactly what the instructions said, which are pretty fool proof, and it didn't turn out at all. It was beyond liquidy still after 45 mins of baking. I eventually just mixed it all together and put it in for an additional 30 mins to get it to be decent and edible. The cake mix was still totally dry and I even did the butter slices over the top. :/

  75. sweetie says:

    The 2 ingredient strawberry cake site does not stay open long enough to see the recipe. If closes and goes to a connecting mode===that never connects

  76. Hannah says:

    Has anyone ever tried this with light butter or tub margarine? I am on Weight Watchers and I trying to make a lighter version. I love the original version.

  77. Teia says:

    I made this recipe and it was delicious love it

  78. Ace says:

    Same problem. 2ingredient cake doesn't stay open. What gives?

  79. Laney says:

    This lady in our church made a dump cake with cherry ..OH MY GODIt should be a sin to have food to taste that good...

  80. Diane says:

    I have read every single comment and can't wait to try this. I have sugar free/carb free cake mix. Just need a trip to the store for the fruit. I sure hope this works! Thanks!

  81. Elaine says:

    Want to try this but why use a DRY cake mix? Can I mix the cake mix as I would normally and place the preaches on top of the batter? I want my cobbler to have cake-like parts with the fruit. I was puzzled why sprinkle DRY cake mix instead of a normal cake batter.Someone else had asked this but received no reply. Hope someone can help.

  82. Cyd says:

    For this recipe you put the cake mix in dry. That's why it is called a dump cake. We have a lot of peach cobbler recipes on our sister site - You can type in Peach Cobbler in the search bar. Or check out this cobbler recipe we found for you -

  83. Marion says:

    We've made this with our Girl Scout troops when camping -- using Dutch ovens. Our "timing" is when you smell it, it's done!We've used chocolate cake mix with cherry pie filling to make "black forest cake" . We all love Dump Cake recipes for fast, easy desserts!

  84. Celina Carlos says:

    Would anyone know how I could make this very recipe in a jar (acutally, many jars) without loosing quality - taste, crispy, eye appeal. In our Church, we´re always in need to raise funds for homeless children and this is something we could make and sell all year round! Probably easier than our bake sale!

  85. Jenna says:

    Could I cook two 9x13's in the oven at the same time?

  86. Cyd says:

    We have done that before and it works just fine. Just check it to make sure it's done all the way!

  87. Monica Junge says:

    Couldn't get the ingredients or directions.

  88. Chelle says:

    This was a quick, yummy, dessert! I used three cans of pie filling, drained one, and cut the peaches into smaller pieces (each slice into 1/3rds). I also froze the butter ahead of time, then grated it over the top. This worked beautifully to get an even distribution and makes sure there are no dry spots. Also, make sure you 'pat down' the cake mix before adding the butter (I used the back of a measuring cup). This helps make sure you don't have any dry spots and all the cobbler topping cooks up nice and crumbly. I served with vanilla bean ice cream. My guys are super decadent and added caramel syrup and whipped topping!!

  89. Cyd says:

    Hi Monica, that is so strange. We just tested it and it's all there. Here is the link:

  90. Christina says:

    I am making this right now, because my husband loves anything peaches!I tried Katie Lee's recipes off Food Network's site and it turned out okay (I was expecting better), but I am excited about this one!!!!! :) I'll let you know how it goes....

  91. Christina says:

    Oh my stars. This recipe is so good. It smells amazing when baking and tastes even better once it's done. I did add one pouch of instant cinnamon apple oatmeal to the top. My picky eater son just inhaled his serving. :) That's a good day.

  92. Bonnie says:

    I have canned peaches in water not syrup. is that ok?

  93. Cyd says:

    It should work, but it may not be as sweet and a little runnier. Syrup is thicker than the water. Hope this helps. :)

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  96. lynn says:

    can you make this with peaches in 100% juice? I bought them by mistake

  97. Cyd says:

    It should still work just fine.

  98. Kilby says:

    I was wondering if the could be done with a raspberry filling ??? My husband loves raspberries and we use to have a raspberry combler at Red Lobster years & years ago ..... has anyone tried this??? I have seen where some people were using apple and cherry pie filling. Can anyone let me know??

  99. Juanita L Wells says:

    Looking for more of your recipes for crock potreceipts.

  100. Kaitlyn Boyette says:

    Would this work with a gluten free cake mix?

  101. Cyd says:

    We have not made this with a gluten free cake mix. But I found this cute site that might give you some more insight.

  102. Patti says:

    This was sooo easy and delicious! I’m all about easy lol.

  103. Kelly says:

    How do I adjust this for a high altitude area?

  104. Ruth Whitaker says:

    Wish you would put nutrient grams on recipes . Like fat, cholesterol and so on.

  105. Cyd says:

    We will have the nutritional info button by tomorrow. When we updated our site, we lost a lot of our nutritional information. Scroll down to the bottom of the post and you will see a button that says "get nutrition info". Just click on it. You can also find it here:

  106. ROBERT YOUNG says:

    Re: Peach Cobbler recipe: I don't go to all the trouble of cutting the butter up into little 'pats' to place on top. I just melt a stick of salted butter & drizzle it all over the top before sprinkling cinnamon over it all.

  107. Dee says:

    It looked so delicious, but when I did it the recipe did not come out as expected. I followed the steps exact and I'm a pretty good baker, but when it was done 80% was still dry cake mix. The butter dried up and below it was dry. I don't know if being in a high altitude messed with it, but It was no good. ?

  108. Donna says:

    Yes definitely!

  109. Donna says:

    I was thinking the same Lexie... rough day calls for a sweet treat ! I’ve got peaches, cherry ? pie filling, and ? apple pie filling.. which to use, which to use ? ? ???

  110. Kathy Yuzwa says:

    My cake was way too wet. When I took out of oven it was not set. Kept adding 10 minutes to get it to set. The cake was dry. What happened?

  111. Sharon says:

    The cinnamon just give it a little personal touch !!!

  112. Sharon Spears-Albright says:

    How long do you bake the Peach Dump cake at 375°? Thank You

  113. Cyd says:

    You cook this for 45 minutes. It's in the instructions by the full recipe ingredients and directions.

  114. Brenda L says:

    So I am doing an experiment since I did not have 2 16 oz. Cans of peaches. I have put 1 can of peaches and 1 can of pears. I didnt have a yellow cake mix either so I am using a Krispy Kreme cake mix I bought at the dollar store. My fruit was not in heavy syrup because I always buy it with light syrup. And I added nutmeg with the cinnamon just because I tend to add nutmeg to everything sweet. Here's hoping it all turns out . Thanks for the basics to bake.

  115. Marcella McMasters says:

    I'm excited and making this for the 1st time tonight! I'm using apple pie filling instead.

  116. Cheryl Reed says:

    Can't find the amount of each ingredient that goes into perfect peach dump cake. It does not require a packaged cake mix. Looks so good. Want to cook one tonight. Thank you.

  117. Cyd says:

    The recipe with the ingredients and directions is all there. You didn't scroll down far enough to where the recipe is posted. I think you just scrolled to the step by step instructions for those that like to see pictures. Just scroll a little further and there it is!!

  118. Eileen says:

    Has anyone tried this in muffin tins instead of a baking dish? Just wondering because I’m looking to host a party with several finger food type desserts.

  119. Ingrid says:

    Do you add any liquid?. How much fruit.? Enough to cover bottom?. I'd like to try the fruit with cake mix on top. Anyone else made with fresh fruit

  120. Lola says:

    I've tried this a couple of times, following directions but areas of cake mix still dry. Too bad because I love peaches desserts. I was wondering if using only 3/4 of the cake mix might have better results.

  121. Saundra Curry says:

    If you use one of the suggested pie fillings instead canned peaches, I'm assuming you would use two cans?

  122. Sharon Squires says:

    I just printed Peach Dump Cake Recipe, first it made me save it & then it let me print it!

  123. Cyd Adamson says:

    Yes, you would want 2 cans of the pie filling too.

  124. Gerrie Boyle says:

    I just made this recipe last night, but added 1/2 cup of brown sugar and a 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts on top and it was soooo good. really crunchy on top

  125. Donna Davis says:

    Could you add oatmeal to the cake mix to make it a little more like a peach crisp?

  126. Kp says:

    The whole family (4 kids & hubby) liked this, which is a miracle & it’s so quick & easy. I used Gluten free yellow cake mix (I think it was Betty Crockers GF mix), my hubby couldn’t believe it was GF.

  127. Dolores says:

    I've always made from scratch peach cobbler but at 73yrs old you really get tired 😊 one thing I do is cook my peaches with some cinnamon a little suger and butter so I'll do that then pour in pan then sprinkle the cake mix and I'll let you know how it turns out .🌻

  128. Denise says:

    Is it possible to use fresh peaches when peach season is in?

  129. Momma Cyd says:

    Yes, fresh peaches would be delicious!

  130. Patty Anne says:

    I just made this with fresh peaches, added a little heavy cream on them and brown sugar and the cake mix and the butter and cinnamon...hope its extra special, cause the peaches were so yummy

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  131. Amy Bishop says:

    How can I use the instant pot for this recipe?

  132. Momma Cyd says:

    It's pretty similar to this -

  133. Beth says:

    I only have fresh peaches. Will this still work?

  134. Momma Cyd says:

    Yes, fresh peaches will work too!

  135. CAROL PURSELL says:

    amazed at these recipes....tried the apple... carol

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  136. Laura Keating says:

    Love this, I recommend using a spice cake mix. Delish!

  137. Hallie Hayes says:

    We love this so much but we need more of it! Anyone know if we could double the recipe and bake in a casserole dish?

  138. Judi Gowin says:

    this works with any fruit. also works in a crock pot. i've been making it for years. everyone loves it.

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  139. Maria says:

    I have made a cherry & pineapple dump cake for years. It calls for the butter to be melted & drizzled over the cake mix. Would that work on this recipe? I'm going to follow your recipe today because I'm making it for a pot luck for work tomorrow. Excited to have a new dump cake recipe. Thank you!

  140. Julie Robards says:

    This recipe is DELICIOUS! I could easily eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Highly recommend!

  141. DD says:

    Great recipe! I’ve done this before but wanted to make sure I was using the right amount if butter. So I searched it again and came across your recipe, thank you. This time I made sure I pressed down the cake mix and evened it out, not pushed through. Then I made sure my butter squares covered fully, so I used a few more butter squares. It came out perfect and so delicious!

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  142. Kathy says:

    Can I double the amount of peaches, but stay with same amount of liquid?

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  143. Momma Cyd says:

    You can add more peaches, but maybe only use the liquid directed in the recipe. Drain the juice off of the extra peaches.

  144. AnnaBaby says:

    In the oven as I write this!

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