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Tim made dinner for us last night and it included a wonderful desert!! It's an upside down cake, but so easy and yummy.

13X9 pan

Spread 2 cans of canned apples evenly across the bottom

Sprinkle apples with cinnamon

Top apples with 1 box of white cake mix

Put pats of butter all across top of cake mix

Bake at 350 until crust is golden brown

Totally scrumptious and really, really easy!!! Just had some more this morning with my coffee!!! Going to get fat on his cooking!!
 

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i never met an apple dessert i didn't like!!! so, you use NO liquid in the cake mix? just butter pats? how many? i would LOVE to try this!
 

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Charlene.....no liquid, no eggs, no oil. He used a full stick of butter to dot the top. Think he cooks absolutely everything in butter!!! Easy, easy & yummy too!!!
 

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i know what i'm fixing for dessert for gary's mom for mother's day!!!

thanks! it sounds positively scrumptious!!! and no calories...right?? :DOH!
 

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This sounds like cherry dump cake. Just apples...

Can of cherries

Can of crushed pineapple

Yellow cake mix

1 1/2 sticks butter

Mix cherries and pineapple together put in bottom of pan 9 x 13...

Pour on yellow cake mix-dry

Melt butter in micro and then pour on cake mix.

Bake 350 til golden, yummy!!

I will have to try this apple one, sounds delicious!!
 

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Wow, I can't believe there isn't any liquid?


It's not dry?

Must try this one!
 

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Kim, that sounds so good AND easy enough even *I* could make it!!!!
 

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This sounds like cherry dump cake. Just apples...

Can of cherries

Can of crushed pineapple

Yellow cake mix

1 1/2 sticks butter
This definitely intrigues me


When you put the can cherries and crushed pineapple in the bottome of the pan do you drain the fruit? or pour the juices in? Inquiring minds need to know these things so I can get in my Jaguar an head to Walmart.
 

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This definitely intrigues me


When you put the can cherries and crushed pineapple in the bottome of the pan do you drain the fruit? or pour the juices in? Inquiring minds need to know these things so I can get in my Jaguar an head to Walmart.


Ok...this gave me the giggles!!
 

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This sounds like cherry dump cake. Just apples...

Can of cherries

Can of crushed pineapple

Yellow cake mix

1 1/2 sticks butter
This definitely intrigues me


When you put the can cherries and crushed pineapple in the bottome of the pan do you drain the fruit? or pour the juices in? Inquiring minds need to know these things so I can get in my Jaguar an head to Walmart.
Okay, I want to know, too but I also am laughing too loud for this time of day! Thanks for the giggle, Carol
 

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This sounds like cherry dump cake. Just apples...

Can of cherries

Can of crushed pineapple

Yellow cake mix

1 1/2 sticks butter
This definitely intrigues me


When you put the can cherries and crushed pineapple in the bottome of the pan do you drain the fruit? or pour the juices in? Inquiring minds need to know these things so I can get in my Jaguar an head to Walmart.
No dont drain the juice, just mix the cherries and crushed pineapple and put on bottom of pan, then dry cake mix, then butter, then bake, delicious!! and so simple!!
 

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Is the can of cherries "just" cherries, or that pie filling stuff?
 

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[SIZE=24pt]OMG![/SIZE]

PLUS
(which are two favorites of mine anyway) PLUS
EQUALS.........I'M EATING THE WHOLE THING AND TRYING TO FOUNDER!



Thanks for the recipe!
It's really GOOD!
 

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I got a question!

Are you supposed to make the cake mix, or just put it in as is ?

I can't wait to wear my brand new crocs back to Walmart to buy some apples!
 

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Hey, Carol and Marty --

When ya'll are at Walmart, get some "Great Value" Drink Mix. It comes in a tube with 6 little tubs in it that each make 2 quarts (so a tube will make six 2qt containers). It has zero calories and I guess is a knock off of Crystal Light but it has more flavors, I think, and is only $1.88 for a tube of 6. I bought about a dozen tubes.

The apple flavor tastes just like apple juice and zero calories!!! It is SOOOOOO good!!! I also love the peach tea flavor. Have some cherry, cranberry, and fruit punch that I've not tried yet but will try the punch today. I can't believe how much the apple is like real juice!!!

I was smirking some sipping it while participating in the Great LB Walmart Debate


S. Jill O'Roark,

Walmart Shopper &

Easy Cake Baker
 

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