Father’s Day weekend go-to dessert

This past weekend was Father’s Day and of course, we were super busy! On Father’s Day we had plans to go to my father in law’s house for lunch and I decided to make a dessert to take over (last minute of course) so, I made my go-to dessert… blueberry dump cake! I LOVE the dump cake recipes, mostly because they take very little prep time and attention. The other thing i love is there aren’t a lot of super precise measurements like there are in other cakes. If I’m being honest, recipes aren’t my forte so, as you can probably guess, I love the dump cakes. Now, if you’ve never had a dump cake, the idea is similar to a cobbler. You can make a TON of variations of this cake, but, this blueberry one is my favorite one I’ve ever made or had, and it is ALWAYS a hit! If y’all have a favorite dump cake recipe, send it my way! I love trying out new recipes for these things! I’m sure you’ve seen these recipes before, they’re everywhere, but that’s mostly because they are SO easy and taste like you put WAY more effort into them than they actually require, but this is just how I make this one! That being said, here’s the recipe, enjoy!

Blueberry Dump Cake

Ingredients:

9×13 baking dish

2 cans of blueberry pie filling

1 box of dry yellow cake mix (unprepared)

1 stick of SALTED sweet cream butter

Instructions:

Pre-heat the oven to 415°f

Spray the baking dish with non-stick spray

Pour the contents of both cans into the baking dish and spread evenly

Pour the dry cake mix over the pie filling and spread evenly

Slice the stick of butter into thin slices and lay them in rows to cover the top of the cake

Bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown

Best served hot, topped with ice cream

Enjoy!!!

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