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Pilgrim
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OK here's one for your sweet tooth.
Preheat that Dutch oven
1 large can of favorite fruit (peaches, apples, pears) i like peaches.
1 package white cake mix
1 to 1 and 1/2 sticks butter
pour the whole can of fruit into oven
dump cake mix on top do not stir.
cut up butter and place on top of cake mix
sprinkle with cinnamon or a little fine brown sugar if you really like it sweet.
Place lid on oven and cook for about 45 minutes
ENJOY

Until next time keep your powder dry.
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Free Trapper
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Where I am from, we call it a "Dump Cake". I like to use "Pie Cherries" for the fruit, on chocolate cake mix. UmUmGood!

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Booshway
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I found pretty much this same recipe in a folder that came with a Lodge Dutch oven. I use one can each (around 20 oz per can) of cherry, apple and peach pie filling, and everything else as described in Big-D's instructions. The cobbler usually goes pretty quick at a camp feed, and it's kind of fun listening to people trying to figure out the flavors.


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Greenhorn
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I've made a few cobblers using yellow cake mix, 1 or 2 cans of any fruit filling and a can of lemon lime soda.
 
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Hivernant
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Dang! This sounds good AND easy.
 
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Booshway
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I make cobbler, apple, peach, cherry, blueberry, etc.,in dutchoven with Pillsbury biscuit mix or make your own. Dump in fruit, mix dough & pour on top. Not PC with store bought, but good eatin"!
 
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That is something I make fer the boyo's after battle un its me ma's dump cake recipe. I use 2-3 cans of in season pie filling ie apple,and maybe chunked fresh rubarb, peach, blue berry in a Dutch oven, sprinkle dry yellow cake mix over it and a stick of butter sliced and placed all over the cake mix. place over coals and coals in the lid. After the cake mix is browned let it cool and with fresh boiled coffee a fine treat to top off a good event.


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Hivernant
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Learned this one in Boyscouts as Pinaple upside down cake. It was very good espeically after a diner of charred hot dogs and underdone baked potatos.
 
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Booshway
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Yup,Dump Cake......Try some canned pineapple chunks added to a can of favorite pie filling for the filling,otherwise as stated,been a favorite of my family forever,not to mention easy for young guys to make as an intro to cooking.


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Booshway
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Oh yeah,just in case someone's never done this,leave the liquid in with the fruit.


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Booshway
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Big-D I tried it with self-rising flour. Like I was making biscuits. Good.


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Hivernant
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I like to use apples and a spice cake mix.


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