Have you ever had or experienced a dump cake before...?
Well if you haven't, you are going to L-O-V-E this one!
Last week I was at Sam's Club (one of my favorite places to shop ;), they had a display of all these beautiful peaches and I knew right then and there I wanted to make some-sorta peach cobbler or a variation of it.
It hit me...Dump Cake! I had a dump-cake one other time in Utah at a family friends house and it was delish, that had to of been like 6 or 7 years ago though. It's a cross between a strudel and a cobbler and served best along side vanilla ice cream or cool-whip...oh-my-gosh, heaven!!!
Here's how you make:
Preheat your oven to 350°F.
Start with 6 ripen-fresh peaches, washed and dried.
With your vegetable peeler, peel away all the skin.
Next start to chop them into your desired size.
Place all the chopped-fresh peaches into a bowl.
Now pour 1/2 cups worth of sugar of the top and stir to incorporate.
Pour 1 more 1/2 cup worth of sugar over the top and stir again.
You are essentially creating syrup from the peaches fresh juice.
Here's the thing, you can either use a small bag of thawed-frozen blueberries or a small carton of fresh. My grocery store was all out of fresh, and a small pack of frozen worked just fine.
With the thawed bag, cut the top off and drain the excess juice.
In a 9x13 pan, pour your peaches in a single layer, then sprinkle your blueberries over top.
Now get your yellow-cake mix and cut the top-corner off.
Sprinkle the cake mix EVENLY across the pan, making sure there are no clumps anywhere.
It should resemble something like this... :)
Cut 3/4 cup of butter (1 and 1/2 sticks) into slices or little chunks and sprinkle all through out.
Now place in your preheated 350°F and bake until golden-brown and bubbly.
Ta-dah...Blueberry-Peach dump cake!
It should be golden brown on top and smell AH-MAZING!!!
Once cooled down, serve it along side a heaping scoop of vanilla ice-cream or a dollop of Cool-Whip.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe, let me know if you try, send me a pic on instagram or twitter and I'll see-yah-soon.