I’ve been so busy doing report cards this week. Then for my class, I’m planning a fun Halloween Party on Monday. The rest of the week I’ll be having kids on candy highs for a few days and then Parent Teacher conferences on Wednesday and Thursday. EEK! Fun week ahead! Anyhoo…..
|My finished cherry dump cake Cherry Crisp|
I can’t face cooking today. So My nice hubs went and got takeout at Goodwood Barbeque in Draper, my favorite BBQ place.
|EasyIngredients for Cherry Crisp…..minus the crushed pineapple..|
And I’m making a cherry dump cake to go with it. It is soooooo easy but yummy.
|Just use a can of cherries for the Cherry Dump Cake|
|Spray the pan, line with the canned cherries for Cherry Crisp….|
|Then add the pineapple and pecans…just dump them in!|
|Dump the cake mix on top and dot with butter pieces….THAT’S IT!|
Here is the recipe.
CHERRY DUMP CAKE
1 can cherry pie filling
1 can crushed pineapple, including juice
1 butter cake mix
1 stick butter
chopped walnuts or pecans
Preheat oven to 350, Spray 9 x 13 pan with Pam. spread cherry pie filling, top with crushed pineapple. Sprinkle cake mix on top and dot with sliced butter and nuts. Bake for 45 min. to an hour.
|Cherry Dump Cake (kind of a cherry crisp) all finished and half eaten!!|
And like some desserts, it is actually better the next day when the crispiness has hardened a little and isn’t soft and mushy. Here it is after we ate half of it. Yum.
|My ribs….Thanks GOODWOOD BARBEQUE!|
And here is my Goodwood Barbeque take-out on my new square, white dinner plates from TARGET. My husband loves the brisket, I love the ribs…the potato salad is pretty great there too. Now if only Goodwood was next door and not all the way in DRAPER! Thanks hubs. You rock!
2 thoughts on “CHERRY DUMP CAKE”
it doesnt call for eggs?, i made the mix and is in the oven now i will get back to you to tell you the outcome, thank you
Nope! No eggs necessary. It turns out to be kind of a "crisp". And I love that about it. Cherry crisp only easier!