Welcome to Wednesday & Blueberry dump cake recipe

Well folks here we are again on Wednesday! Can you believe how quickly time is flying by 0 or is it just me? It seems that we are actually now closer to this years Christmas, than we are to last Christmas. Which I assume means the Christmas countdown is now gearing up to hit the shops in a few months!

I am a joint administrator on http://www.ezcookingonline.com (On Facebook too (with fewer members))which was set up by Mark, we have over 350 members and are a recipe sharing/friend making website (have a look if you love cooking). I also am joint editor on a newsletter which is sent once a month, and at last look we had over 500 subscriber to that too!  So you might think that I could cook! Well think again! In truth I can only cook when following a recipe, and am totally rubbish in the kitchen without either ‘processed goods’ or a good recipe! I do have a couple of recipes I do with some success though which include: Vegetable risotto & Chilli con carne to name two which spring to mind.

One our ezcooking website recently a recipe was posted for a Blueberry dump cake and as I am into blueberries big time at the moment (along with British strawberries) I thought I would share the recipe so you can have a bash if you fancy it:

This is very good to sure did like it had some company over we wanted something sweet to eat so I looked in the pantry told them they were going to have this dump cake in a Crockpot they said let’s get the show on the road.  So we watched an old movie on TV by the time it was over the cake and dinner was ready.  this is so good and very easy the pie filling was a pie filling from the Dollar Tree think it was Hanover brand for a dollar the cake mix to.
 INGREDIENTS:
  • 21 oz. can filling
  • 18 1/4 oz. yellow cake mix
  • 1/2 C. butter, melted
  • 1/2 C. chopped walnuts

METHOD:


Pour pie filling into Crockpot. Combine dry cake mix and melted butter. Sprinkle cake mix mixture over pie filling. Sprinkle chopped walnuts on top. Cover and cook on low for 2-3 hours.

Yield: 8-10 servings

Note:  You can use any flavor of pie filling.  Or you can use the fresh berries and reduce or thicken them and dump those in to.  You can also make your own cake mix using Splenda Sugar Blend to cut the calories down a bit.

This recipe was posted by Kitchen Queen on the Ezcooking website

I have been having blueberries on my Weetabix and as a snack recently possibly because they have been half price in many supermarkets here…

Until next time, take care and stay safe

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