Love apple & peanut butter recipes? Then this easy cake recipe is for you. Peanut Butter Apple Dump Cake, just 5 ingredients & a slow cooker is all you need.
Apple Dump Cake
We sure love combining apples & peanut butter. I also love teaming up with my favorite ladies & bringing you all a super delicious round-up of yummies. So what to make when pairing apples & peanut butter? I thought about a dip – but then I decided on something a little more delectable!
Like this super delicious & easy dump cake. I hadn’t had a cake in quite a while & you know, it was just time. Really, it just takes a few ingredients & your slow cooker & you are on your way to some incredible deliciousness! You know what, it lasted 1 day.
That was it. The family polished it off right after dinner that night. I think we all enjoyed every bite.
Oh my word. I love the buttery flavor of the cake mixed with the delicious apple pie filling. Then add those melted peanut butter chips – I can’t even tell you just how incredible it was. All I have to say is – you have to make this!
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Peanut Butter Apple Dump Cake
- 12 ounces apple pie filling homemade or canned
- 1 box yellow or vanilla cake mix
- 1 stick butter 1/2 cup
- 1/4 cup caramel sauce
- 1/2 cup peanut butter chips
- Add your apple pie filling to the bottom of your slow cooker
- Add the caramel sauce & the peanut butter chips
- Add in your cake mix on top
- Finally add your stick of butter on top
- DO NOT STIR - just cover, set to low & walk away
- Cook approx 3.5- 4 hours depending on your cooker (check it every so often)
- Serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream
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It’s positively scrumptious & soooo easy.
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