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This recipe is very simple, It’s all store bought and can be put together in minutes.
1 package Pie Crust (2 crust in a box)
1 can Pie Filling (Apple, Cherry or Peach)
6 pats Butter
6 tbsp Brown Sugar
4 tsp White Sugar
Lay out pie crust in metal pan. Spread half of pie filling on crust staying about 2 inches from edge. Sprinkler the brown sugar over pie filling and 3 pats of butter. Fold edges up stopping short of the center by about 1 inch or so. Brush the pie crust with small amount of water, just enough to get the white sugar to stick, do not drench, sprinkler pie crust with white sugar to lightly coat. Place pie pan on a bakers rack inside a 12” Dutch oven and bake for 45 minutes or golden brown.
This recipe make two small pies, each pie serves four, unless kids are around. This is one of my Favorite’s.
This dessert is very easy and a great one for beginners, we love it!
1 box Chocolate Cake Mix
1 can Cherry Pie Filling
1 20 oz Cherry 7-UP
Lightly spray a 12” Dutch oven with a non-stick spray and wipe it out or wipe it with a very, very light coating of vegetable oil. Dump in can of pie filling and spread out, but stop short, leaving about an inch or so around the outside. Pour the dry cake mix evenly over the entire Dutch oven and level off. Pour the 7-UP over the dry cake mix and you’re done. No mixing or anything else required. Bake for 45 – 50 minutes using the smell test. Remove from heat and let cool with the lid off.
If fresh fruit is available, coat the fruit in flour first, then continue as noted above.
This cake comes out brownie like at the edges and pudding like around the fruit. It is good and sweet, the kids will love it.
The variations of Dump Cake are endless. Try a white cake mix with peaches and a peach flavored soda pop.