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Yummy Blueberry Dump Cake - TSLC

I make this dump cake a little different from the regular recipe that has been around for years.  We love this with ice cream or whipped cream on top. Wonderful for any holiday or potluck. You won’t have any left!

3 cups blueberries
1 (20 ounce) can pineapple tidbits in juice
1/2 cup sugar
1 box Kroger Butter Recipe Cake Mix (can use yellow or lemon cake mix)
1 1/2 sticks butter or margarine or 12 tablespoons or 3/4 cup,  melted
1 cup walnuts or nuts of your choice
Rinse blueberries and pour into bottom of a 9 x 13 baking dish.  Pour pineapple tidbits and juice over the blueberries.  Sprinkle with sugar.  Sprinkle cake mix over the fruit mixture. (I take a spoon and spread it out evenly) Sprinkle walnuts over the dry cake mix.  Drizzle the melted butter over all.  DO NOT STIR.  Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 35 to 40 minutes until top is brown and cake is bubbly.  Serve with whipped cream or ice cream.  Enjoy! 
Check out my recipe for Blueberry Banana Cake with Caramel Frosting.
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24 Responses

  1. Just made this …Wow!!!! Easy, easy, easy, and delish!! Thanks..

  2. For years I have used fruit in its own juice. Peaches, apricots, frozen berries in 9×13 pan. Have even made pumpkin pie recipe on large can. Everything else is same.

  3. I made this tonight!!! My family loved it !!!
    Love your recipes.
    Thank you for sharing!!

  4. I have made this using apple pie filling and sliced apples from the can leaving out all other fruits. It was like apple cobbler. You could probably use the canned apple or fresh instead of the pineapple.

  5. Do you use fresh blueberries? Would frozen blueberries work?

  6. Can’t find a Kroger cake mix, what can I substitute ?

  7. if you use canned pie filling blueberries, instead of fresh, how many cans would you use for the 3 cups of fresh? what about the “syrup” or “juice” that comes in a pie filling?

  8. Wonder what could be substituted for the pineapple…allergy in the family to pineapple

    • I think 3 apples chopped into small bits would work. Apple sauce would be too runny. Pear or peaches could also work.

  9. Just made the Blueberry Dump Cake. I added extra blueberries, and little extra sugar. Delicious! !!

  10. As a Florida girl, I use coconut in quite a few recipes. When making dump cake of any flavor, I add coconut as my first layer, before the fruit. Then just before it is done, I sprinkle a little bit on top and return to oven to brown.

  11. Just wanted to thank the Southern Lady for all of he tasty love. G LOVE2YA! Sweetness!.

  12. Can you use any fruit for this and also can you use canned pie filling?

  13. This looks and sounds really good! I have mine in the oven for homecoming dinner after Church tomorrow. Happened to have freshly picked blueberries.

  14. This is WONDERFUL!! I made this yesterday to take to my in-laws for a family get-together and they were scraping nibbles off the empty pan!!! I made it again today to take to my family’s cookout &, again, it was a huge success! Thanks so much for the awesome & easy recipe, Judy!!! My whole family thanks you!

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