Fresh Peach Dump Cake – a Recipe

Happy National Peach Month… did you even know it was national peach month? Because I didn’t- even before I made this dessert. I guess its a good month for it because I was craving a peach dessert. How intuitive of me :)

It all started when I went to the farmers market and spotted these amazing peaches. I was originally going to juice them (in my juicer) but like I said, I wanted a cobbler of some sort.

I am also a big fan of dump cake. We grew up eating dump cake in our family so I thought our recipe was the only version; canned cherries, pineapple and nuts. With the birth of Pinterest I saw a recipe for pumpkin dump cake and almost died! So I figure we can pretty much dump anything in and call it dump cake.

I wanted to add something else and I had a few plums so I threw those in too.

The beauty of a dump cake is that you can “dump” in whatever you want, throw a box of yellow cake mix on top, add some butter and bake.

I used:
4 fresh peaches and 2 fresh plums

cinnamon and nutmeg

a box of yellow cake mix on top

and butter

Fresh Peach Dump Cake
4-6 fresh peaches chopped
2-3 fresh plums chopped
1/2 tbsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1 box yellow cake mix
3/4 stick butter
- Preheat to 350
- Mix fresh chopped fruit with spices in the bottom of an oven safe dish
- Sprinkle cake mix over the top
- Slice butter and place on top
- Bake for 45 mins to 1 hr @350

So yummy… what kind of dump cake have you made? Post a link if you have a go to dump cake recipe!

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      • Jacqueline says

        I had fresh peaches, plums, and yellow cake mix. I, too, love Any kind of dump cake. It s baking in my oven now!!! Smells great, thanks for the great use of peaches and plums. I also love fruit cocktail dump cakes. I love how you can customize any way you want. I know it’s going to be good!

      • Jacqueline says

        I had fresh peaches, plums, and yellow cake mix. I, too, love Any kind of dump cake. It s baking in my oven now!!! Smells great, thanks for the great use of peaches and plums. I also love fruit cocktail dump cakes. I love how you can customize any way you want. I know it’s going to be good!

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  7. Eliza says

    Thanks for a recipe with fresh peaches, the others that I had seen all called for canned peaches. My peaches were a little on the smaller side and I ended up using 7, giving me enough slices to loosely cover the bottom of the pan. I cut the butter thinner than your picture shows so that the top of the cake mix was also loosely covered. Tastes great!

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