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Easy As Pie Cake

LORI FERGUSON Recipe shared by:
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This is a super simple three ingredient cake that is very moist and full of flavor! Mix & match your cake mix and pie fillings to suit your taste, such as: *Lemon Supreme cake mix with bllueberry or lemon pie filling, Yellow cake mix/apple pie filling, Spice cake mix/apple pie filling, Strawberry or white cake mix/strawberry pie fillling, Devils Food or Chocolate cake mix with cherry pie filling.

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 40 Minutes
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • 1 box Duncan Hines cake mix, your favorite
  • 1 can pie filling, your favorite
  • 3 eggs

Baking Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl by hand or on low speed if using a mixer.
  2. Pour into a prepared bundt or tube pan (greased and floured). (Typically, I use a bundt pan sprayed with cooking/baking spray then sprinkle a light layer of sugar into the pan. This gives the cake a light sugary coating.)
  3. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Cool in the pan for 10 minutes then invert onto your cake stand.
  4. *If you prefer, dust the cake with powdered sugar, and put pieces of fruit in the middle and around the outside edge of the cake.

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pouring batter

pouring batter

When pouring cake batter into a pan or into muffin tins, wipe off any batter you get on the outside of the muffin cups or on the rim of the pan before you put the pan into the oven. This way you won't have hard bits of cake batter to wash off.


Pour Jello into boiling water, don't pour water over jello

Pour Jello into boiling water, don't pour water over jello

Maybe it's different now but whenever I used Jello, I usually at least used the equivalent of the large package. I'd empty the contents into a dry bowl while heating up the water then pour the water over the Jello. I noticed I'd get a sticky residue on the bottom, both B4 and after it jelled, it would stick to the spoon also and not dissolve completely. Now I empty the Jello into the hot water that's just been poured into a heatproof bowl and start stirring immediately. Do the 2 min.





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