This dessert is also prepared in a slow cooker, making it much simpler to prepare than usual.
Typically, dump cakes are prepared with fruit. But, this recipe demonstrates that a chocolate-filled, gooey dump cake is entirely achievable.
There are some small distinctions between cobblers and dump cakes; dump cakes often use a cake mix, whereas cobblers employ a pie crust or biscuit topping.
This recipe contains fewer calories and less fat than typical dump cake recipes due to the use of an oat-based crumble topping in place of the usual cake mix.
The only ingredients in the recipe are cherry pie filling, crushed pineapple, yellow cake mix, and butter. And despite its simplicity, it is really tasty.
Instead of the biscuit topping seen on other cobblers, this Texas cobbler-inspired dump cake recipe features a cake topping.
This recipe calls for a spice cake mix, it also produces excellent results using a yellow cake mix.
Instead of cake mix, an oatmeal pecan crumble is used to top this dump cake.
Similar to a pumpkin pie, this dump cake recipe needs more than simply opening the cans and boxes and emptying the contents into a casserole dish.