Apple Cranberry Dump Cake Cobbler
Apple Cranberry Dump Cake Cobbler is absolutely mouthwatering. This is another marvelous dump cake recipe I’m sure you’ll love! The pie filling is made with both apples and cranberries. It’s utterly delightful. You only need to add some coconut, walnuts (or pecans), a butter recipe cake mix and butter. This luscious dessert is just too easy to make. I had this cobbler ready for the oven in 5 minutes!
And the taste? A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! If you enjoy apples and cranberries you will love this combination of fruit and nuts. I made a large batch of this recipe for some friends who were recently bereaved and then a small dish for us to sample. Yes, our sample got gobbled up really quickly.
Many of our local grocery stores have stocked up on many wonderful combinations of Lucky Leaf pie fillings for the holidays. I’m talking about flavors and combinations I’ve never seen before. I saw an Apple-Cranberry combination and snapped up four cans before they could all be grabbed up by others!
I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with the pie filling at first. Then it dawned on me to make a delicious dump cake cobbler with them. Yes, yes, yes, this is a gold medal recipe! Apple Cranberry Dump Cake Cobbler turned out with excellent taste, texture, and appearance.
This recipe is great hot out of the oven and served with ice cream or whipped cream. I drizzled caramel sauce over top of mine. But this dessert is rich and sweet enough without any other topping. If you’re looking for a quick and easy, yet festive, holiday dessert, then consider this delicious recipe. You can’t go wrong with a dessert that only takes 5 minutes to make and only requires 5 ingredients!
Apple Cranberry Dump Cake Cobbler is a festive holiday dessert your family will love. It’s wonderful served hot with ice cream, Cool Whip, or whipped cream.
You’ll love the taste of apples and cranberries together in this lovely dessert.
Apple Cranberry Dump Cake Cobbler is delicious served with whipped cream and caramel glaze. 🙂
Here’s what I did.
I found four cans of Apple Cranberry pie filling from Lucky Leaf. An added bonus is there is NO high fructose corn syrup in this pie filling. Yay!
I also used 2 sticks of unsalted butter, one box of butter recipe cake mix and a cup each of coconut and pecans.
Spray a 9×13″ glass baking dish with cooking spray. Pour pie filling into pan. (The large foil pan was made for some friends. I pulled out a little bit of the pie filling and put it in a really small small dish so we could sample some of this great dessert, too.)
Sprinkle finely diced walnuts over top.
Sprinkle with coconut.
Pour a dry Butter Recipe cake mix over top.
Pour two sticks of melted butter over top of the dry cake mix.
Try to pour the melted butter as evenly over the cake as possible. Cover as much of the entire surface as you can.
Bake at 350 for about 45 minutes or until you see the pie filling bubbling up thickly over the top of the crust.
I cut this dessert with a spatula but you can serve it with a serving spoon, too.
Every bite of this luscious dessert is filled with apples and cranberries. Sweet and tart go together so well in this dessert.
This tasty dump cake recipe is great to take for potlucks or any family gathering.
Here’s the recipe.
APPLE CRANBERRY DUMP CAKE COBBLER
(Recipe inspired by an Apple Dump Cake recipe given to me by Patti Carter, when we attended First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks, Largo, FL)
- 4 cans [url href=”http://www.luckyleaf.com/” target=”_blank” title=”lucky leaf”]Lucky Leaf[/url] apple cranberry pie filling
- 1 box [url href=”http://www.duncanhines.com/” target=”_blank” title=”duncan hines”]Duncan Hines [/url]butter recipe yellow cake mix
- 2 sticks Land o’ Lakes butter, melted
- 1 cup Baker’s coconut
- ½ cup Diamond finely chopped walnuts
- Spoon pie filling into a greased 9×13” glass baking dish.
- Sprinkle with finely diced walnuts, then the coconut.
- Spread dry cake mix over top (be sure to get crush any lumps in the cake mix).
- Pour melted butter over top.
- Bake at 350° for about 45 minutes to an hour or until fruit bubbles up over the top of the topping around the edges.[br]
- [b]NOTE[/b]: Serve warm with ice cream.
This cobbler is sweet enough without toppings if you prefer to eat it that way. This is a great idea for a holiday dessert.
Try a bite and enjoy!