American Express Gift Card Winner {Recipe: Easy Peach Dump Cake}

If you’ll recall, American Express launched the search for easy recipes to help celebrate their new American Express Blue Cash Preferred and Everyday cards. American Express had me send a call out to Dine & Dish readers for some of your favorite 6 ingredients or less recipes, and boy did you all come through!

I can say, I am so glad this was a random drawing situation and not a judging contest because there were so many delicious, simple recipes submitted. I am excited to have a collection of easy dessert recipes to turn to now anytime I have the need for something sweet and simple.

The winner, chosen by Random.org, for the $600 American Express Gift Card is Joyce from Ballwin, Missouri. Joyce has always been a stay at home mom / homemaker. Her children are now out of the house but she has 3 grandchildren who keep her busy. Joyce loves to read, play golf and travel.

Joyce’s winning recipe was an Easy Peach Dump Cake. She was introduced to this simple recipe by some ladies at church and she has been making it ever since. Thank you, Joyce, for submitting your favorite 6 ingredient or less recipe to help celebrate with American Express. I hope you enjoy your gift card!

This giveaway was sponsored by American Express. All opinions expressed are my own.

Peach Dump Cake

I’m going to be 100% honest with you as I was very skeptical of this recipe. 3 ingredients? How on earth can it be any good? I’m eating my words along with this Peach Dump Cake because it is soooo good, especially for how simple it is. It is almost like a peach cobbler and goes very well with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or homemade whipped topping. I think it could also easily be made using fresh peaches in a simple syrup.

Recipe: Easy Peachy Dump Cake submitted by Joyce H.

  • 1 Large Can Peaches (I used a 29 ounce can and did not drain the juice)
  • 1 yellow cake mix
  • 1 stick butter
  1. Grease bottom of a 9×13 pan.
  2. Pour in yellow cake mix (dry).
  3. Pour can of peaches over cake mix.
  4. Melt butter and pour over the top of the peaches and cake mix.
  5. Bake in a pre-heated 350° for 40 minutes or until bubbly.

 

 

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Comments

  1. says

    This takes me back many many years. I mean MANY; when I was a girl in my 20’s. I think the one I made was a cherry dump cake. Same thing but a can of cherries instead of peaches. I suppose we get away from using canned fruit and boxed cake mixes as we move into the homemade realm yet I am now recalling all you have said. How easy and how good this cake is!

  2. says

    One of my roommates in college made something like this and I had completely forgotten about it till now. I think she used frozen peaches and frozen berries. I love easy stuff like this! I need to figure out a DIY yellow cake mix because so many are not okay for Logan these days.

  3. Laurie@TheBakingBookworm says

    I can see why you were skeptical! Only 3 ingredients?! This is a great beginner recipe. I’m going to see if my kids want to make it. Thanks!

  4. says

    I love the fact you admit you were sceptical but were pleasantly surprised, this makes me much more likely to give it a go myself as it really does look lovely but I too was thinking ‘too good to be true?’ No it seems! Hurrah! :)

  5. says

    I’ve seen Peach Dump Cake before and always thought the lack of butter or eggs was so weird. I’ll have to trust you and give it a shot, though.

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