I am so madly in love with this cake, it’s amazing!
Before we get started I wanted to give a huge shout out to Lisa from Lisa’s Notebook for collaborating with me and making another fall recipe! Now originally she was going to make Gin and I was going to make Jam, but unfortunately I’m not exactly the best baker and it failed miserably. So instead I with with a dump cake, because I’ve made one in the past and loved it soooo much.
So today I’m going to be sharing with y’all the recipe on how to make Apple Spice Dumb Cake. Now this is not my recipe, I actually going this recipe from Never Ending Journeys and I did end up customizing it just a tiny bit. So let’s get into what you are going to need.
What you will need:
- 1 Can of Apple Pie Filling
- 1 Stick of Butter
- 1 Box of Spice Cake Mix
- Non-stick Spray
- 8×8 pan, or whatever pan you’d like to
- I personally like the cake crust to apple pie filling to be 75%/25%
- You can use whatever pan you like, the bigger the pan the more pie filling you need and your ratio will be more equal
- When melting the butter, you can only melt butter for about 30 seconds before it gets to melted
Here’s what’s going to happened:
- Preheat the over to 350 degrees & spray non-stick spray on pan.
- Open apple pie filling and pour into the pan. Spread out apple pie filling evenly.
- Sprinkle cinnamon on top of the apple pie filling – do as much as you would like.
- Melt butter and then in a separate bowl, mix the spice cake mix and butter until it is a crumbly consistency.
- Pour cake mixture on top of apple pie filling and spread out evenly.
- Bake for 30 minutes – until the sides are bubbling.
- Let cook and enjoy.
- Make sure you break up the bigger clumps while combining the two items.
- If you want to make a smaller amount of this, just half the cake buttery mix.
This cake smells amazing, like I seriously wish I could let y’all smell this because it smelled like heaven. It basically smelled like what I think fall should smell like, all apple and cinnamon like. Ah, heaven on earth!
If you give this recipe a try, please let me know!
ALSO, please go on over to Lisa’s blog Lisa’s Notebook and check out the gin that she made!
Love, Megan Anne