15 Easy Peach Dump Cake Recipes To Make At Home

In this article, we will be exploring the delicious newfangled peach dump cake recipes. This delicious cake is a hit if you enjoy cobbler and cake, it mixes these two delectable desserts perfectly to create a treat to die for.  

What is a Dump Cake?

You are not alone in not knowing what a dump cake is, hopefully, this section will give you some clarity on the topic. A dump cake is a simple American cake similar to a cobbler. The ‘enticing’ name comes from the way that you make this delicious treat.

Basically, all the ingredients are dumped into a pan without mixing. The dump cake usually includes simple ingredients, such as a shop-bought cake mix, which is tossed in a tin without baking.

So, if you would like to try out this new cake trend and enjoy a delicious slice of peach dump cake, check out the 15 easiest recipes below.

What are the Typical Ingredients?

Dump cakes of all kinds are loved because of how easy they are to make, the method is extremely easy and there are so few ingredients that this is truly a simple sweet treat anyone could make.

But, what does a peach dump cake recipe involve? The fruit combinations and some of the ingredients might vary from recipe to recipe, however, at its core, all the peach dump cakes have a series of core ingredients you can expect to see. 

  • Sliced Peaches
  • Boxed Cake Mix
  • Butter

The basic ingredients for a peach dump cake are extremely simple and likely to be something you have just lying around the house. If not, all these items will probably be available in your local store. 

Not that we know what the basic ingredients for a peach dump cake might be, let’s look at 15 of the easiest recipes you can do from home. 

Peach Cobbler Dump Cake by Taste of Home

Not only is this cake delicious, but it is also extremely simple to make. The Taste of Home recipe is a great place to go if you want a classic peach dump cake.

This particular recipe will take about 45 minutes from start to finish, and it serves 15 people if each person gets one slice. The directions are extremely simple, making it a great recipe to follow along with at home. 

If this recipe sounds like a great fit for you, check out the Taste of Home recipe and enjoy a slice of peach cobbler dump cake made by your own hand.

Blackberry Peach Dump Cake by The Southern Lady

Maybe just peaches in your dump cake sounds a little boring, perhaps you would prefer adding some pecan nuts and blackberries to spice it up?

This cake is a great spin on the original peach dump cake, with its added ingredients, there is so much more to love about this delicious cake. This cake should take about 1 hour to be ready to eat and serves 8 people. The recipe itself is well written and laid out, making it really easy to understand.

So, you should have an easy time understanding the steps. If you think that this delicious blackberry and peach dump cake is something you would like to try, check out The Southern Lady’s recipe.

Five-Ingredient Peach Almond Dump Cake by Betty Crocker

With an extra two ingredients on top of the basic three, you will need for this recipe, this version of the classic peach dump cake dessert is bound to be tastier than the first. The main difference is that this dump cake gets cinnamon and almonds added to it in addition to the butter, peaches, and cake mix.

The total time you will need to make this cake is 55 minutes, and it should serve 8 people if everyone gets a slice. The recipe itself shows you everything you will need in addition to the method you should follow in order to make this delicious cake.

So, if you are interested in making this five-ingredient peach and almond dump cake, check out the Betty Crocker recipe and start baking. 

Peach Pineapple Dump Cake by Toot Sweet 4 Two

Peach Pineapple Dump Cake by Toot Sweet 4 Two

Pineapples, peaches, and walnuts are delicious on their own and now in this dump cake, they are an even more delicious treat. This recipe is so easy that even a child can make it without much trouble at all.

This recipe serves 12 people and should take just over 1 hour to be ready to eat. The delicious peach, pineapple dump cake is very easy to make regardless of the added ingredients.

The way that the recipe has been written makes it so easy to make that you can easily bake one and enjoy cake an hour later. If you like the sound of this cake, check out the Toot Sweet 4 Two cake recipe. 

Air Fryer Peach Dump Cake by Walking on Sunshine Recipes

This three-ingredient peach dump cake is a classic in every way, except for the fact that it is cooked in an air fryer. Because an air fryer is usually quite small, this recipe shows you how to make portion-sized peach dump cakes that will fit in the fryer with ease.

If you want to make the Walking on Sunshine Recipes peach dump cake, you can expect to have a completed product after 25 minutes, as well as having a cake that will serve 4 to 6 people. This recipe is really easy to follow and allows you to abide by the instructions with ease, all from the comfort of your own home kitchen. 

Southern Peach Dump Cake by Savvy Mama Lifestyle

If you are a fan of southern-style desserts, this is a great recipe for you. It is sweet and ridiculously easy to make. The Savvy Mama Lifestyle peach dump cake recipe really breathes new life into this classic recipe.

With the added rolled oats, cardamom, and raspberries, you can expect a delicious array of flavors that will have you coming back for a second slice. The recipe itself is simple and well written, making it easy to follow.

The whole process should take you about 1 hour, and it should serve 12 people if you share it out evenly. 

White Chocolate Peach Dump Cake by Feast for a Fraction

Chocolate makes everything better, and in the case of peach dump cakes that is also true. The chocolate adds another layer of richness to this perfectly delicious cake.

This recipe is really easy to make despite the added ingredients, everything still gets dumped in a baking tray, but this time there is deliciously sweet chocolate. The Feast for a Fraction recipe should be ready to eat in 1 hour, this includes prep time and cooking time, and it should serve 12 people.

If you think that this delicious white chocolate variant of the classic peach dump cake is something you would enjoy, check out the Feast for a Fraction recipe and make yourself a rich and sweet treat. 

Cherry Peach Dump Cake by Crazy for Crust

Cherry is a popular fruit and with good reason, it is delicious in so many formats. The added cherry flavor with the peach dump cake is a recipe for success and is bound to taste divine.

As with almost any dump cake, this is a really easy dessert to make, and it only takes 55 minutes till you get to enjoy it. The quantities this recipe gives you should make enough for 10 servings.

If you think that this cherry and peach dump cake is something you would enjoy, check out the Crazy for Crust recipe and bake yourself a slice of cake. 

Cinnamon Crunch Peach and Cherry Dump Cake by Hy-Vee

This recipe makes enough for 6 servings and only takes 1 hour and 15 minutes before you can serve it and start eating this perfectly delicious cinnamon peach dump cake. He added peach, cherry, cinnamon and crunchy cereal only adds to this cake’s appeal and flavor profile.

If you think that this cake is exactly what you are looking for, check out Hy-Vee’s recipe so that you can have your cake and eat it too!

Apple Peach Dump Cake by Key Ingredient

If you really love apple and peaches together, or maybe want to try it out, this is a great recipe to start with. The added flavor of the apple really adds to this cake in the most positive way, making it even more delicious, if that is possible. This recipe only takes about 1 hour 30 minutes to be ready to eat.

The Key Ingredients’ recipe is extremely simple and has none of the fluff to pad out the page, this allows you to get to exactly what you need with minimal scrolling. 

Crock-Pot Peach Dump Cake by Crock-Pot Ladies

Are you looking for a recipe that allows you to use that shiny new crock-pot? Look no further! This recipe is written with that method of cooking in mind. The Crock-Pot Ladies’ recipe is easy and concise, allowing you to follow along with no trouble at all.

The great thing about this recipe, in particular, is that you are able to alter the number of servings you require, and the ingredients quantity changes based on what you require. From start to being able to eat your cake, this recipe should take you about 2 hours. 

If you think that this delicious crock-pot peach dump cake is something you would like to try, check out the Crock-Pot Ladies’ recipe and enjoy a slice of cake made by your own hands.

Instant Pot Peaches and Cream Dump Cake by Sparkles to Sprinkles

This recipe differs from the classic peach dump recipe, with added chocolate chips and cream, this dessert is destined to be delicious. If you would like to use an instant pot to cook your peaches and cream dump cake, this is a great recipe for you.

It details everything you need to know about using an instant pot, as well as giving you simple instructions you can easily follow from home. Overall, this cake should take you about an hour, including prep time and cook time.

If you think that the Sparkles to Sprinkles recipe suits you, and you want to give it a try, check out their recipe and make your dreams come true. 

Camp Oven Peach Dump Cake by Dutch Oven Daddy

Would you like to try a peach dump cake cooked in a camp oven? This easy recipe has you covered and shows you in detail how exactly to go about achieving this.

The recipe is really clear and uses images to show you every step, allowing you to follow the steps with ease. This recipe serves 8 people and should take you about 1 hour 5 minutes before you can enjoy your delicious peach dump cake.

If you would like to try out this unique method of cooking for your peach dump cake, check out Dutch Oven Daddy’s recipe and give it a try. 

Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler Dump Cake by A Girl Worth Saving

If you are gluten intolerant, don’t worry, you can have a peach dump cake too with no worries. This recipe is an easy gluten-free version of this delicious cake. Overall, this cake should take you 55 minutes to make, which includes the time it will take to assemble the cake and for it to cook.

There are only 3 simple ingredients in this recipe, all of which you could easily have lying around your house or at worst at your local store. The ‘A Girl Worth Saving’ recipe should make enough to serve 6 people, so if you need more you can double the recipe as you see fit.

If you like the sound of this delicious gluten-free peach cobbler dump cake, check out A Girl Worth Saving’s recipe so that you can have a slice of cake.

Peach Dump Cake by Mostly Homemade Mom

This dump cake recipe can serve up to 12 people if you make sure that each person gets only one slice. The total time you will need to set aside to make this delicious treat is about 45 minutes, this includes prep time and cooking time.

This recipe in particular adds walnuts and coconut, this adds to the flavor profile in the most positive way. The instructions are really simple and easy to follow, making this a great recipe for you to follow along at home.

If you would like to try out the Mostly Homemade Mom’s peach dump cake recipe, go ahead and check it out so that you can make a delicious cake for yourself. 

Final Thoughts

That is all for this article, these have been 15 peach dump cake recipes you can make at home. There are a lot of choice recipes out there to choose from, but they are all a great treat to have as a snack or after a main meal.

Peach dump cakes are a deliciously simple dessert you can easily make at home with relatively no problems. There are a lot of variations you can choose from to suit your own tastes or needs, so, if you need a gluten-free recipe, for example, don’t despair. There are options for all your needs, so, you can have a slice of cake too.

Kathryn Sewell

Kathryn Sewell

Hi! I'm Kate and I have been baking and cooking for as long as I can remember. I like to share the most interesting tips and recipes I try here on What Kate Baked for you to enjoy. If you have a favorite recipe you'd like to share send it over on social.

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