Caramel Apple Cobbler Dump Cake

This is a dish that is simple enough to prepare for a family dinner while still being luxurious enough to offer to guests! Moreover, it is very adaptable! If you want, you may remove the caramel and substitute any other kind of pie filling. Are you a huge lover of nut products?? If you want to add a little additional crunch to your cake, sprinkle some pecans, walnuts, or slivered almonds on top of the batter before baking it. Divine!!! 

The addition of the caramel says, "Hello, Autumn, please allow me to have a taste of your treat!!". Starting with this stunning dessert, let's get the party underway. Add a simple scoop of vanilla bean ice cream, or even better, sprinkle some chopped butter pecans over top for a little additional deliciousness! Any dessert that tickles your fancy and makes your sweet tooth happy will suffice! 

Cobbler Dumps Cakes are very simple to make and tasty. When making a dump cake, you may pretty much use whatever kind of fruit you choose. Apple is my particular favorite fruit. I prefer to top it with chopped pecans or walnuts for a little additional crunch, but you can use any fruit pie filling you have on hand, such as cherry, peach, or any other fruit pie filling you have on hand.


• You’ll need apple pie filling, you can use the homemade version, but I prefer the canned one, so I used 2 large cans. 

• A Yellow CakeMix Box.

• Caramel sauce, I only use a small jar.

• A soft stick.Of butter.


• 1st Step – Before I started using two tablespoons of melted butter, I greased a standard pan of 9.13 inches. 

• 2nd Step – Secondly, I put the apple pie filling into the bottom of the pan and smoothed it out to create a single layer in the bottom of the baking dish. 

• 3rd Step – After that, I spread the cake batter over the filling, then I poured the caramel sauce container on the top to cover it completely. 

• 4th Step – At this point, I melted the butter in the microwave or on low heat until it was completely melted, then I poured it over the caramel. 

• 5th Step – 350 degrees for 35 minutes was the temperature at which I baked the cobbler for approximately 30 minutes. 

• 7th Step – And to finish, I served the cobbler with a dusting of cinnamon powder and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

It's pretty amazing what you can create with premade cake mixes, particularly when it comes to unpacking muffins from their packaging. There is no need for messy preparation or dishes with them! Everything is thrown into the baking dish in a haphazard manner. The finest sweets to whip up when you don't want to spend all day in the kitchen slaving over complicated handmade recipes are those that are quick and easy. Simply serve it warm with vanilla ice cream and you'll see the difference right away. 
The whole family adores this caramelized cobbler dump cake, and it gathers a huge crowd. It's also cheap, entertaining, hassle-free, and packed with incredible taste and texture. I hope that you will enjoy it as we are always doing!