Peach Cobbler Dump Cake Recipe {4 Ingredients}

With only 4 ingredients, you can dump this recipe into a pan and have a warm Peach Cobbler Dump Cake in no time at all. Filled with peaches and a buttery topping made from a cake mix, you won't be able to resist this dessert.

When I need dessert in a hurry, this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake is my go-to recipe.

It literally comes together in a matter of minutes and is so simple that my kids can make it.

This cake can be made year-round because it uses canned peaches (it doesn’t get any easier than that!) and a simple cake mix.

What is a dump cake?

A dump cake is the simplest dessert you can make – it usually has a base of a cake mix plus fruit filling.

You dump all the ingredients into the pan, stir them together (in the pan! No bowl needed!), and bake.

For this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, you don’t even have to stir all the ingredients together. It really is a dump-and-go dessert.

This dump cake reminds me of a cobbler because of the way the crust gets crispy on the outside, but it stays warm and soft on the inside.

We love dump cakes

It started with this Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, but then branched out into our Pumpkin Dump Cake, and then we made an Apple Cider Dump Cake, and took it a step further with our Apple Raspberry Dump Cake.

They are all so delicious – it’s making me hungry just thinking about them!

How to make Peach Cobbler Dump Cake

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Dump peaches in bottom of a 9×13″ pan.
  3. Sprinkle dry cake mix on top of peaches.
  4. Cut butter into small pieces and place on top of cake mix.
  5. Sprinkle with cinnamon and bake!

We love to serve this warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. It’s the perfect dessert!

To save time, some of our readers have melted the butter and poured it over the top of the dry mix – either way will work just fine.

If you are having problems with the cake being too dry, before you bake the cake, press the cake mix down into the peaches to help combine the dry mix with some of the moisture with the peaches.

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Different fruits to add to dump cake

Switch it up by adding one of these fruity pie fillings instead of peaches:

  • Cherry pie filling
  • Blueberry pie filling
  • Mixed berry pie filling
  • Apple pie filling
  • Blackberry pie filling

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Serves: 12

Peach Cobbler Dump Cake Recipe

This peach cobbler dump cake only takes 4 ingredients and is so delicious!

5 minPrep Time

45 minCook Time

50 minTotal Time

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  • 2 (16 ounce) cans peaches in heavy syrup (undrained)
  • 1 (15.25 ounce) package yellow cake mix
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 quart vanilla ice cream - optional topping


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Empty peaches into the bottom of a 9 x 13 inch baking pan.
  3. Cover with the dry cake mix and press down firmly.
  4. Cut butter into small pieces and place on top of cake mix.
  5. Sprinkle top with cinnamon.
  6. Bake for 45 minutes.
  7. Serve with vanilla ice cream, if desired.



2453 cal


107 g


360 g


17 g
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121 Responses to “Peach Cobbler Dump Cake Recipe {4 Ingredients}”

  1. Growing up we used a similar version of this recipe, and we called it Poor Man's Pie. 1 large can of peaches in heavy syrup, 1 box white cake mix and 1 stick of butter sliced in top. Didn't need to press down, just spread out the cake mix. Pop in the oven at 350 for 45 min. One if our favs! I'll try cinnamon next time!
    • We do this while camping in a dutch oven. It's so amazing. I mix in just a bit of the cake mix into the peaches, then put the rest on top, dot with diced butter and sprinkle with cinnamon. We cook it over fire coals, put some on top to cover the lid and baked it for about 40 minutes. Comes out with a crunchy top, and served it with ice cream since we were in a trailer.
  2. We called this Cherry Quick Cake, growing up. You mixed one can of cherry pie filling with 1 small can of pineapple tidbits. Spread that in a buttered pan, and then top that with the yellow cake mix and melted butter. It was so, so rich and sweet. As kids, we loved it. Now, it's a bit too sweet for me. You can really get by using only 1/2 a cake mix, or, just use one of those small jiffy boxes of yellow cake that make a single layer -- perfect amount.
  3. A friend from New Orleans gave me this receipe with apples. it had a brown sugar, butter and oatmeal topping. My Texas born Grandma used to make it with cherries with a crumble topping to. Delicious! I am just in the mood for this tonight after a rough day.Fabulous post, thank you.
  4. Another great 'tweek' to this recipe is using 1 pouch of instant cinnamon oatmeal (b/c I was out of plain oats) sprinkled on top of the cake mix and then press down firmly on both. I still sprinkled the top with a little cinnamon after adding the butter. My family loves the added texture that the oatmeal adds, but your basic recipe is amazing all by itself! Thanks a bunch!!!
  5. Hi y'all -- My mother's mother made this from as long back as I could remember, then my mother made it when she moved from Texas to Bama. Now, I make it for my hubby's family and they are amazed every time - --- We do have a few differences though. Cake mix dumped in pan, sprinkled with coconut, stick of butter cut up on top and bake for about 20 minutes. Add cans of peaches (fresh work if you make enough juice with sugar), 1/2 cup sugar (or not, depending on sweetness level desired), sprinkle with cinnamon, and mixed one egg into 8 ounces sour cream and drizzled over the top. Bake at 350°/375° until bubbly and brown, 30 to 45 minutes or so.

    I will say that the Six sister's recipe is as close as any I've ever come across to what she made! ;o)
  6. I made this last night for my husband and a couple of friends.....they all said it was the BEST peach cobbler they'd ever had!!! I did add a few more fresh peach slices to fill the bottom of the dish as I couldn't find the size can called for in the recipe. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. The bake time was perfect, this was super simple with outstanding results. Thanks for sharing!
  7. So I did exactly what the instructions said, which are pretty fool proof, and it didn't turn out at all. It was beyond liquidy still after 45 mins of baking. I eventually just mixed it all together and put it in for an additional 30 mins to get it to be decent and edible. The cake mix was still totally dry and I even did the butter slices over the top. :/
  8. Elaine
    Want to try this but why use a DRY cake mix? Can I mix the cake mix as I would normally and place the preaches on top of the batter? I want my cobbler to have cake-like parts with the fruit. I was puzzled why sprinkle DRY cake mix instead of a normal cake batter. Someone else had asked this but received no reply. Hope someone can help.
    • For this recipe you put the cake mix in dry. That's why it is called a dump cake. We have a lot of peach cobbler recipes on our sister site - You can type in Peach Cobbler in the search bar. Or check out this cobbler recipe we found for you -
  9. Marion
    We've made this with our Girl Scout troops when camping -- using Dutch ovens. Our "timing" is when you smell it, it's done! We've used chocolate cake mix with cherry pie filling to make "black forest cake" . We all love Dump Cake recipes for fast, easy desserts!
  10. Celina Carlos
    Would anyone know how I could make this very recipe in a jar (acutally, many jars) without loosing quality - taste, crispy, eye appeal. In our Church, we´re always in need to raise funds for homeless children and this is something we could make and sell all year round! Probably easier than our bake sale!
  11. This was a quick, yummy, dessert! I used three cans of pie filling, drained one, and cut the peaches into smaller pieces (each slice into 1/3rds). I also froze the butter ahead of time, then grated it over the top. This worked beautifully to get an even distribution and makes sure there are no dry spots. Also, make sure you 'pat down' the cake mix before adding the butter (I used the back of a measuring cup). This helps make sure you don't have any dry spots and all the cobbler topping cooks up nice and crumbly. I served with vanilla bean ice cream. My guys are super decadent and added caramel syrup and whipped topping!!
  12. Christina
    I am making this right now, because my husband loves anything peaches! I tried Katie Lee's recipes off Food Network's site and it turned out okay (I was expecting better), but I am excited about this one!!!!! :) I'll let you know how it goes....
  13. Christina
    Oh my stars. This recipe is so good. It smells amazing when baking and tastes even better once it's done. I did add one pouch of instant cinnamon apple oatmeal to the top. My picky eater son just inhaled his serving. :) That's a good day.
  14. Jane Johnson
    Please help me to sign up for your email update recipes. Cant find how to sign up on this page. If you can please sign me up using my email above. If you can't, please let me know how. Thanks. Love this site. I have five sisters and can relate to you.
  15. I was wondering if the could be done with a raspberry filling ??? My husband loves raspberries and we use to have a raspberry combler at Red Lobster years & years ago ..... has anyone tried this??? I have seen where some people were using apple and cherry pie filling. Can anyone let me know??
    • We will have the nutritional info button by tomorrow. When we updated our site, we lost a lot of our nutritional information. Scroll down to the bottom of the post and you will see a button that says "get nutrition info". Just click on it. You can also find it here:
  16. It looked so delicious, but when I did it the recipe did not come out as expected. I followed the steps exact and I'm a pretty good baker, but when it was done 80% was still dry cake mix. The butter dried up and below it was dry. I don't know if being in a high altitude messed with it, but It was no good. ?
  17. Brenda L
    So I am doing an experiment since I did not have 2 16 oz. Cans of peaches. I have put 1 can of peaches and 1 can of pears. I didnt have a yellow cake mix either so I am using a Krispy Kreme cake mix I bought at the dollar store. My fruit was not in heavy syrup because I always buy it with light syrup. And I added nutmeg with the cinnamon just because I tend to add nutmeg to everything sweet. Here's hoping it all turns out . Thanks for the basics to bake.
    • The recipe with the ingredients and directions is all there. You didn't scroll down far enough to where the recipe is posted. I think you just scrolled to the step by step instructions for those that like to see pictures. Just scroll a little further and there it is!!


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