Need a sweet treat? Make a Peach Blueberry Dump Cake! It’s delicious and something you can throw together quickly for your family!
It’s an easy dessert that takes just moments to put together. There is nothing I like more than quick and easy dump cake recipes. And this is one of my favorites!
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Have you tried a Peach Blueberry Dump Cake?
A crisp-like oatmeal and cake mix crust rests on a divine mix of fresh or frozen blueberries and canned peaches.
If you are a fan of buttery, fruity goodness, this dump cake recipe is for you!
There are very few ingredients necessary to make this yummy dump cake with peaches and blueberry.
My go-to potluck dessert is usually my Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake but this blueberry peach version is also a great one to share with friends and family.
You can also make a plain Peach Dump Cake with this recipe. It’s so tasty!
I’ll be honest with you, blueberries are not the first fruit that I reach for when I’m looking for something sweet. But when you pair it with peaches, well, now we’re talking!
What I love about this peach blueberry dump cake using cake mix is that it also includes some oats on top! And a little sprinkle of cinnamon?! It’s basically just asking to be a breakfast dessert.
Yes, breakfast dessert is a thing. It’s when the dish has ingredients that you often find in breakfast and then you add the most perfect dessert elements, in this case, cake mix and butter.
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How to Make Blueberry Peach Dump Cake
I am all about easy dessert recipes that don’t use hard to find ingredients or take a lot of time to make. We all have better things to do, right?
Dump cakes are always a great idea! They use just a few ingredients, that you can usually keep around the house, and require no baking skills.
It’s a win for everyone!
Scroll down for a printable recipe card with full measurements and detailed instructions!
- Yellow Cake Mix
- Blueberries (fresh or frozen)
- Sliced Peaches in Heavy Syrup
- Cinnamon (optional)
I prefer a yellow cake mix over white. I think it has a bit more vanilla cake flavor.
Of course, you can make your cake mix from scratch but if you are looking for an easy dessert, you’re clearly not going this route.
If you can find Peach Chunks those would work too but I think sliced peaches are usually easiest to find.
I would not make this with fresh peaches. If you’ve ever read instructions for how to remove the peel it’s too many steps and I am far too lazy.
I save fresh peaches for my Angel Food Cake with Peaches and Cream. But I leave on the skins…
The syrup in the can also helps the cake mix to create a golden brown crust.
The oats and cinnamon are really what set this recipe apart from other dump cakes. The oats add a wonderful texture to each bite and get all toasty in the oven.
A sprinkle of cinnamon, while optional, is a great idea! It adds a ton of flavor and pairs perfectly with the flaky oats.
Can You Use Frozen Fruit in Dump Cake?
Yes! It’s super easy to use frozen fruit in a dump cake. Typically I like to use frozen over fresh because as they heat up, they have more liquid to mix with the cake mix. Or you can do a mix of frozen and fresh. Using frozen fruit keeps things so easy!
And some canned fruit fillings can be hit or miss in terms of how much actual fruit they have in them, so frozen fruit is a sure thing.
But there is just something so nostalgic about canned peaches. They work perfectly in this Blueberry Peach Dump Cake.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Dump peaches into a large 9×13 glass baking dish (do not drain).
Add blueberries and mix well.
Cover the fruit with yellow cake mix and press down with a spatula (these are my fave!) so it can mingle with the juice of the peaches.
Slice butter into small squares and evenly spread out the butter on top of the cake mix.
There are a few ways to add the butter in dump cakes. You can either slice the butter and put it evenly across the top like I’ve shown here.
Or you can melt it and pour it over the top.
Melting the butter used to be my favorite but it is hard to ensure even coverage. The butter pats are super easy to do and I find this has become my go-to method.
Sprinkle oats on top of the butter and lightly dust with cinnamon.
Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour or until golden brown on top.
Just look at that color! You can see from this photo that the fruit releases the juice and keeps this dessert super moist. The cake mix doesn’t rise.
Instead, it creates the most wonderfully buttery crust-like topping. Dang it, I love dump cakes!
Most of my dump cakes don’t use oatmeal. But it’s a really great way to change up the texture a little bit. It also makes it feel a little more like a fruit crisp than a dump cake.
It gives it a nice finished look that would look great on any party dessert table.
Dump cakes don’t hold their shape so they are best served in a bowl.
This blueberry dump cake without pineapple is amazing hot but equally as good cold!
Ways to Serve Dump Cake
- Serve hot with some vanilla ice cream.
- Serve at room temperature with a drizzle of heavy cream.
- Serve cold with some whipped cream.
- Eat straight from the pan, day or night.
No judgment. There isn’t a wrong way to eat this.
I always love bringing dump cakes to potlucks or parties.
And they take next to no time to prepare.
It’s not that I don’t think my friends and family are worth the time. It’s just that I’d rather spend my time doing something else.
Especially when you can create a yummy treat like this.
This blueberry dump cake recipe with peaches is something your kids are going to love! They can even help to make it!
It’s pretty much foolproof which should tell you about my skill level as a baker…
More Quick and Easy Desserts to Make:
- This no-bake Strawberry, Jello and Angel Food Cake dessert is pretty dang close to a dump cake! It’s also one of my most popular recipes.
- This Sherry Wine Cake is another recipe is that makes a delicious breakfast dessert. This is always a crowd-pleaser.
- I dream about this delicious Frozen Peanut Butter Pie Recipe. It’s no-bake and just sets up in the freezer.
- I want to shove these Turtle Brownies from 3 Boys and a Dog into my mouth right now.
Printable Peach Blueberry Dump Cake Recipe
- 1 Box Yellow Cake Mix
- 1 Cup Blueberries, fresh or frozen
- 1 Large Can of Sliced Peaches in Heavy Syrup, 13 oz
- 1 Stick of Butter
- ½ Cup Oats
- Cinnamon, optional
- To make this insanely delicious Peach Blueberry Dump Cake you need to preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Dump canned peaches into a large 9x13 glass baking dish (do not drain).
- Add blueberries and mix well.
- Cover the fruit with yellow cake mix and press down into the juice of the peaches.
- Slice butter into small squares and evenly spread out the butter on top of the cake mix.
- Sprinkle oats on top of the butter and lightly dust with cinnamon.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour or until golden brown on top.
Serving Size12 Servings
Amount Per Serving Calories 275Total Fat 9gSaturated Fat 6gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 20mgSodium 383mgCarbohydrates 46gFiber 2gSugar 24gProtein 2g
Nutrition information isn't always accurate.
Pin This Dump Cake With Peach and Blueberries For Later
If you’re looking for a quick dessert that your family will love, this Peach Blueberry Dump Cake Recipe is for you! It’s simple to make, tastes buttery and delicious and is full of yummy fruit that your kids will go crazy for.