This may be one of the easiest crockpot recipes we have shared! This Crock Pot Cherry Dump Cake Recipe has a whopping three ingredients and is so dang easy to make it should be labeled a dangerous dessert!
Crock-Pot Cherry Dump Cake Recipe
You know one of those desserts that is plain and simple easy to make! A dessert that only takes a few seconds to think about and then you have a crockpot full of luscious flavors and delights.
Yep, that is exactly what this crockpot cherry dump cake is.
While I don't have any caution tape or warning tape to wrap around the recipe, I will tell you that this Crock-Pot Cherry Dump Cake disappeared when I made it.
I barely had a chance to grab a bit to take a picture for this post. My dear and amazing Husband kept sneaking back to the crockpot.
If you love dump cake recipes check out our entire list of crockpot dump cake recipes that include apple, pumpkin, and chocolate dump cakes! So delicious!
Trust me you will want to buy double the ingredients because you will end up making this cake a 2nd time really soon after you make it the first time. lol!
I was able to grab a bit for a photo and then that plate magically disappeared and would you believe I never even got to try this dessert.
I served it during slow cooker Saturday lunch with John's mom, and I was working on wrapping up the Bourbon Baked Ham I made. When I finally got to a point I was going to sit down and enjoy a plate of this crockpot cherry dump cake, it was all gone...
I guess that means I am going to have to make it again on a day when I am the only one home to enjoy it 🙂
This recipe was first shared on November 20, 2013! Since then I have made a couple of changes though nothing really major. The biggest change is I doubled the amount of cherry pie filling. I wanted there to be a thicker layer of cherries with this cake.
Ingredients needed to make a cherry dump cake
Great Dump Cake Recipes
Crock Pot Cherry Dump Cake Recipe
- Pour both cans of Cherry Pie filling into greased crock pot
- Spread dry cake mix over the top
- Pour melted butter over the cake mix
- Cook on low for 4 hours or high for 2 hours
This recipe was first shared on November 20, 2013! Updated on February 29, 2020