Ready in 45 minutes
This is so easy and makes a great hurry-up dessert
"I have done this a couple of times. I add nutmeg and cinnamon to mine. I have also added a little bit of crushed pineapples to cut the sweet taste just a bit. This last time I used sugar free cake mix and it tasted just the same. I love it. "- tchildress73
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Pour peaches and syrup in 8 x 8 cake pan. Sprinkle cake mix over peaches. Top with butter slices. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown. Serve with Cool Whip or alone.
My daughter won 1st place ribbon at a company picnic, dessert cooking contest using this recipe.
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tjerkon 2 months agoWe'll the picture looks like strawberries instead of peaches. Next time I will use more peaches. And I used sugar free cake mix too.
Britsnavy 3 months agoHorrible....instructions not clear. I'm assuming I was to mix cake as directed not sprinkle dry cake mix????
tchildress73 4 months agoI have done this a couple of times. I add nutmeg and cinnamon to mine. I have also added a little bit of crushed pineapples to cut the sweet taste just a bit. This last time I used sugar free cake mix and it tasted just the same. I love it.
PamInArk 9 months agoSubstituted cherry pie filling and it turned out great. The baking time was 40 minutes at 350 deg.
Ruthaharris 1 year agoDelicious & Awesome! Has been a family favorite for many years.
Crosspointepaul 1 year agoEasy and a great crowd pleaser for a good dessert
HopeLane419 3 years agoSo good! Everyone loved it and went back for more! Grrrreat with vanilla ice cream!
francesmomto3 6 years agoI made this recipe as a simple dessert for my family plus three guests. My one guest and I thought it was was too sweet (I believe it was the cake mix) but everyone else really liked it. So I will probably make this again...just not for myself!
LisaBuck 8 years agoVery simple yet excellent dessert. Great with cool whip, vanilla ice cream or a little heavy cream drizzled on top.
webtexan 8 years agoYummy! [I posted this recipe.]