This peach cobbler dump cake is the perfect easy dessert, only three ingredients. It’s got the perfect sweet peaches in every bite, topped with a crunchy sweet cake topping. Top it with vanilla ice cream for the perfect warm dessert!
This peach cobbler dump cake is one of my very favorite desserts. I love a good warm dessert topped with a scoop of cold ice cream. It’s perfect for eating all summer long!
How to Make Peach Dump Cake?
This peach dump cake is as simple as it gets. You start with canned peaches, cake mix, and butter. Just as the name suggests you pretty much dump everything into a 9×13 baking pan and you’re good to go. You’ll dump in the canned peaches, juices and all. Sprinkle the cake mix over the top of the peaches. Slice up the butter and spread it over the top of the cake mix. Bake it all up and voila. Serve it topped with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream and all your summer time dreams will come true.
It really is that easy!
This peach dump cake is the perfect dessert for a crowd. With only a few minutes of work, and a superbly delicious end result – this dump cake is ready to serve up at a summer bbq, back yard party, or potluck at the park. No one even needs to know how little effort it takes for you to make it 😉
You can even customize the dump cake a little to make it your own, how you like it. There are so many varieties you can try just by using different canned fruit options.
- Canned Pineapple Chunks
- Canned Mandarin Orange Slices
- Apple Pie Filling
- Cherry Pie Filling
You can also sprinkle some chopped nuts or ground cinnamon over the top, for a little crunch, or a little different flavor.
How to make Peach Cobbler in a Dutch Oven?
This is my favorite dessert to take camping, because instead of making it in a 9×13 pan you can cook it up in a 12 inch dutch oven. You’ll put about 14 or 15 hot charcoal briquettes under the dutch oven. You’ll layer the peaches, cake mix, and then butter the same into the dutch oven as you would the baking pan. Place the lid back on the dutch oven, and then you’ll place another 10 briquettes on the lid. Bake for about 45 minute to 1 hour until the cake mix is cooked throughout.
This peach dump cake is the perfect summer dessert! It’s incredible easy, and incredible delicious. This peach cobbler dump cake is best served warm, topped with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream, or a spoonful of whipped cream.
I’m so ready for a big plate of this right now!
Looking for more Dump Cake Recipes?
- Pumpkin Cobbler
- Apple Dump Cake on Sugar and Soul
- Cherry Dump Cake on One Dish Kitchen
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Peach Cobbler Dump Cake
- 29 oz canned sliced peaches (can sub two 15oz cans)
- 15 oz box yellow cake mix (unprepared)
- 12 TBS butter
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Pour canned peaches into the bottom of a 9x13 pan, and spread peaches around evenly. (Slice any peach pieces that are extra thick in half)
- Sprinkle cake mix evenly over the top of the peaches around the pan.
- Slice butter into about 1/2 tablespoon sized pieces and spread those evenly over the top of the cake mix.
- Place the cake into the oven and bake for 40-45 minutes until the cake mix is completely set.
- Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.
Hi! How can I do this with fresh peaches and gluten free yellow cake mix? Or should I use a baking mix with fresh peaches? Like gluten free bisquick? Please help me! I bought 5 pounds of fresh peaches!!!
Hi. Audrey! I would use 3-4 cups of peeled peach slices and if they are nice and juicy you can probably just add about 1/2 cup of granulated sugar to them, if there is less I’d do a simple syrup with 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup sugar boiled until the sugar is dissolved and pour it over the peaches. A GF cake mix should work fine! Let me know how it goes 🙂
Ever tried this with frozen peaches? Will they make the cake too soggy?
I think it should be fine, I would just let them thaw some, and keep their extra juices, since you add the juices from the canned peaches straight in
How many cans of peaches? How much butter? Did I miss actual recipe in your post?
Nope, I’m just a dummy and forgot to paste it in. It’s there now 😉