Apple Snickerdoodle Dump Cake
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 35 min.
So yummy and easy to make to boot! We left off the nuts due to a picky eater in the house. I would recommend drizzling the butter as much over the cookie mix as possible.
I think of a dump cake as a dump and go so decided to use unsweetened apple pie filling rather than peeling and slicing apples. I mixed all the listed ingredients for the apples together and then mixed it with the apple pie filling. I followed the recipe as to the snickerdoodle cake mix, butter and pecans. It got great reviews from all who tried it. This recipe is a keeper!
This recipe is amazing. I don’t do well with deserts and it was really easy to make. I made this for Thanksgiving and it was a big hit. I sprinkled brown sugar on top with walnuts for a crunchy topping. I have already given out this recipe. Thank you for sharing.
I tried this recipe & was disappointed with the results. I followed the recipe as printed and used the appropriate pan size. However, the filling spilled over into the bottom of my oven. The half cup of butter was insufficient to cover the cookie mixture. It was very dry. So I melted additional butter to drizzle over the cookie mix; then cooked the cake for an additional 10 minutes. I had planned to take this dessert to my church for coffee refreshments. I left it in the oven with the heat turned off in hopes of the top becoming crisp like the cookies. I have made a lot of snickerdoodle cookies over the years, but never had the failure this batch caused me.
While I wouldn't call this a cake, I will call it delicious! I didn't peel the apples as I never peel apples for a dessert. It may not look as pretty, but none of the nutrients are lost.