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Instant Pot Peaches & Cream Dump Cake

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Calling all dump cake fans, have I got a treat for you. Instant Pot Peaches and Cream Dump Cake is here to knock your socks off. Tender and light cake, with loads of peaches and even white chocolate. Add a dollop of ice cream on the side, and you will feel like you have died and gone to heaven. 

Would I be sounding a bit dramatic if I told you this Instant Pot Peaches & Cream Dump Cake is heaven made inside your instant pot? As dramatic as I even sound to myself, it is exactly how I feel about this dessert. 

Instant Pot Peaches & Cream Dump Cake

 This peaches & cream dump cake is as delicious and decadent as a big old country peach pie. I love the fact that I did not have to turn my kitchen into one big floury mess and did not have to turn my oven on.  Making this instant pot dump cake is as easy as opening up a few cans and a box. It could not be any easier.

My kids and family have no idea how easy it is.  All they know is the delicious warm dessert that is filling their tummies.  It is a complete cooking win! If you love this dump cake, I have lots more recipes for you to check out and enjoy!  

How Do You Make A Dump Cake in the Instant Pot 

Reach for a glass or metal bowl that fits into your Instant Pot and is safe to use. Then dump your ingredients right into the bowl and use that to hold your cake base. 

Can I Cook The Dump Cake Directly In The Instant Pot 

You can cake it using the Instant Pot container if you prefer. I always like to have my dump cakes in a container. I find it is easy for removal, and cleanup. But, if you want to use the Instant Pot pan itself to bake your dump cake in. 

What Type of Cake Mix For Peaches and Cream Dump Cake 

Reach for a white or yellow cake mix. I find both styles of cake mix work best! Both offer a mild flavor that pairs beautifully with the tender and spiced peaches. 

Why Do You Top With Butter on A Dump Cake Recipe 

Laying out the slices of butter on a dump cake is going to allow the butter to melt and add moisture to your cake mix. This is going to in turn take the dry mix and transform it into a tender and light cake. It saves ingredients and steps, compared to a traditional cake. 

How Do You Reheat Dump Cake 

Toss in the microwave for a fast reheat, or opt to warm it up in the oven. If you take the oven route just turn oven to 250 degrees. Pour cake into an oven-safe container and place aluminum foil on top. Then heat until it is warm all the way through. 

How Do You Store Peaches and Cream Dump Cake 

Store this in the fridge. After your dump cake has cooled down a bit, transfer to a covered container and place in the fridge. Store for 3-4 days. Then warm up or eat chilled. Both are great, and this cake reheats nicely. I love eating it leftover, such a treat. 

Give this Instant Pot dump cake recipe a try today. I think you will love it! I am a huge fan of peaches, and this is my favorite fast and easy peach recipe I make over and over again. 

 

Instant Pot Peaches & Cream Dump Cake

Instant Pot Peaches & Cream Dump Cake

This Instant Pot Peaches & Cream Dump Cake may be my new favorite dessert.  It is better than a big old country peach pie. Scoop it over vanilla ice cream and you may have died and gone to heaven.  

Ingredients

  • 1 box white or yellow cake mix
  • 1 can peach pie filling
  • 1 15 oz. can sliced peaches in light syrup (don't drain)
  • 1/2 Cup butter cut into thin slices
  • 1 c. white chocolate chips

Instructions

    1. Spray a glass bowl with nonstick cooking spray.
    2. Spread peach pie filling in the bottom. (I only used about 3/4)
    3. Spoon on the peaches, (I only used about 3/4 and snacked on the rest)
    4. Top with cake mix.(I only used about 3/4 of my cake mix for the size of my bowl 1.5L.)
    5. Top with butter in a single layer, trying to cover all areas of cake mix leaving none exposed.
    6. Sprinkle white chocolate chips over top
    7. Place your trivet in your instant pot with one cup of water.
    8. Place your bowl on the trivet.
    9. Place your pot on MANUAL HIGH PRESSURE for 35 minutes.
    10. Do a quick release.
    11. Your toothpick inserted should come out clean.

Notes

Serve as is in your glass bowl. Scoop out ith a big spoon. Serve it warm or cold. With ice cream or without.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

8

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 504Total Fat: 21gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 35mgSodium: 590mgCarbohydrates: 78gFiber: 2gSugar: 51gProtein: 4g

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Desiree

Saturday 25th of May 2019

So you mix up the cake mix or just sprinkle it without preparing it?

Melissa

Tuesday 28th of May 2019

just sprinkle it on top without preparing it. than you want to make sure you cover every bit of that dry mix with butter. The moisture from the butter will drip down and cook the batter.

Shirlena

Friday 19th of April 2019

I'd love to make this, but a bit confused. Can't one use the "pot" itself?

Melissa

Friday 19th of April 2019

yes, you can make it directly in your pot as well.

Ali H.

Saturday 16th of June 2018

How many servings are your Nutritional Facts for? I see it says 521 calories per serving, but not sure how many servings it is calculating that for. Thanks!

Also, do you ever use fresh peaches? Could it be made without using pie filling by just using canned peaches?

Lorie Barnes

Saturday 26th of May 2018

Why does you recipe use a glass bowl? Everything I am reading indicates glass, pyrex ( I contacted them myself) Pampered chef etc says their products are not safe to use on the Instant Pot.

Melissa

Monday 28th of May 2018

Pyrex can be a controversial conversation with IP users. I have had nothing but good luck with pyrex bowls but I definitely only want everyone to do what they are most comfortable with. You can absolutely use either corning wear or a metal bowl for this recipe.

Linda

Sunday 20th of May 2018

What are safe glass bowls? I think the recipe sounds amazing but frightened about the bowl shattering