Slow Cooker Peach Dump Cake Recipe

 Y’all.  My slow cooker peach dump cake recipe is going to rock your world.  Seriously it is so yummy and you just dump it all in a crock pot and go.  Plus it is perfect for summer because there is no need to heat up your house by using the oven.  I call that one delicious idea.  I am using canned foods today as part of a sponsored canned food blog tour.  I am a canned food fan at our home.  The process seals in those nutrients at the peak of ripeness.  You can learn more at Cans Get You Cooking.

Slow Cooker Peach Dump Cake -- dump the ingredients for this cake into a crock pot -- no stirring required!

This recipe is made even easier by grabbing a can of sliced peaches in heavy syrup from Del Monte.  I picked up my canned foods at my local Kroger store.  You just open the lid on that can and throw the entire contents in the crock pot for this recipe.  Canned foods also make homemade easy!  Now for that amazing recipe so you can taste this slow cooker peach dump cake for yourself.      

Slow Cooker Peach Dump Cake -- dump the ingredients for this cake into a crock pot -- no stirring required!

Slow Cooker Peach Dump Cake

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  1. 29 oz Del Monte Sliced Peaches in Heavy Syrup
  2. 1 tsp cinnamon
  3. 16.5 oz yellow cake mix
  4. 3/4 cup pecans (chopped)
  5. 1 stick butter (sliced)
  6. Non-stick cooking spray
  1. Spray crock pot with non stick cooking spray. Layer remaining ingredients into crock pot in order shown. DO NOT MIX. Just sprinkle the ingredients on top of each other. Turn the crock pot on high for 2 hours. Remove from heat and enjoy with ice cream!
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Slow Cooker Peach Dump Cake -- dump the ingredients for this cake into a crock pot -- no stirring required!

 Looks so good right?  I served up my slow cooker peach dump cake in mason jars.  You just gotta love a mason jar!  Y’all be sure to follow Cans Get You Cooking on social media as well for even more great canned food recipes and ideas:

 Grab some canned peaches on your next trip to the grocery store for an amazing dessert that is just (literally) dumped into the slow cooker.  It doesn’t get much better than that.  Serve up my slow cooker peach dump cake warm with ice cream for best results.  Okay now I want to go make another one…..yum!

This post is sponsored by Cans Get You Cooking as part of the Mom It Forward network.  All projects and opinions are my own however.


  1. says

    My stomach just literally started to growl when I saw this recipe!!!! Yummo!!! Great recipe Angie – I’m a big fan of Del Monte products! ~ Heather

  2. Deborah says

    Is it possible to use peaches in lite syrup? My husband has food allergies and can’t have the heavy syrup in regular canned peaches.

      • cary says

        I want to use fresh peaches. And I bought fresh ones before realizing it called for canned in heavy syrup….I CAN go get peaches with syrup but was wondering if i could replace the syrup with something else? Making today so I’ll just go buy canned peaches if needed but if you happen to get back to me with another idea sooner that would be greatly appreciated!

  3. Stephanie says

    I so confused. So I do not mix the cake mix just use the dry mix? And when u say in order u mean as the ingredient are list. Like peaches first? Sry just wanna get this right.

      • Holly says

        Hi, I tried making this but my cake never did cook; it was just warm batter in peaches and butter. It tasted okay but I’m wondering if anyone else had this experience.

        • Wilma says

          I cooked this last evening. At two hrs. cake dis not seem done. Cooked it more and it still isnt done. Is this dump cake suppose to be still like a batter? I took a small dish and put it the micro oven and tried to cook it a little bit more and it still souper. I am very disapointed.

  4. kay says

    I have baked a lot of Dump Cakes but never in the crock pot. The only thing that I wonder about it what size crock pot do you use. I have 3 sizes 4, 5, and 6. I know that you can cook it to long if you use a bigger one. Please put that in when you send out these different things to cook.


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