Today, I am sharing a blueberry/pineapple dump cake in mason jar recipe.
Surely, you have seen my other dump cakes!
All of those dump cakes were made in a bundt pan.
I have been asked several times if you can use a regular pan.
Of course you can!
This blueberry/pineapple dump cake I actually made for a 4th of July party I was attending.
I doubled up the recipe and baked it in a 9 x13 pan.
It served up a lot of people.
This was a delicious combination.
One mason jar can feed two people easily. This is a very filling cake.
I have always said, they may not look pretty but they taste out of this world.
They actually do look very pretty though in a mason jar as you see here.
Here are the deets on how to make. SO easy you will be surprised!
Pin it, make it, enjoy!
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Blueberry/Pineapple dump cake
- 2 Cans of crushed pineapple
- 2 cans of Blueberry pie filling
- 2 sticks of butter
- Handful of chopped walnuts
- 2 boxes of yellow cake mix
- AGAIN this is a double recipe. You can make single in a smaller baking dish or bundt pan.
- First spray the bottom of your pan with Pam cooking spray.
- Pour two cans of blueberry, evenly spread.
- Pour two cans of crushed pineapple, juice and all, evenly spread
- Sprinkle cake mixes on top evenly spread. I actually only used one and half bags of cake mix on this one.
- Cut up two sticks of butter and and place pats evenly on top of mixture.
- Sprinkle walnuts on top and bake at 350 degrees for about 45-55 minutes. Ovens vary. When it is golden brown on top it is done. Keep an eye on it.
this sounds amazing!!!!
I’ve heard of Dump Cakes, but never made one! Love the idea of putting it in mason jars! What a fun way to serve it at a gathering!
I can’t eat this right now due to my diet…but I am saving this one for later, girl!! Sharing on FB too!!! Great photos!!
How do you make it in the Mason Jars? Do you also cook them in the jars and if so how long? Thanks in advance!
NO..lol, after it is cooked I scooped it in the mason jar!
I love that you showed how to make these dump cakes in mason jars! This looks amazing…and you have to admit it could not be easier!
Well, I mentioned a time or two how cute it would probably looks so I tried it. It does look cute and tastes awesome!
Yum, yum, yum!!!~~~Angela
what size can of pineapple?
The 15 oz cans.
They look wonderful! So pretty in the mason jars!
LOVE the idea for presentation in a mason jar! The recipe in and of itself looks delicious, but the mason jar thingy just puts it over the top.
Looks and sounds so YUMMY Debbie and I love the way they look in the mason jars!! Can’t wait to try it!!
One question you don’t have to mix the cake mix… just spread the mix on top of the fruit right out of the box?
Looks amazing! I love how easy dump cakes are!! Yummy!
Love the combination of blueberries and pineapple!…love it in the jar!! Such a great presentation…!
I love dump cake! Have you tried using spice cake mix with apple pie filling? You can add some pecan pieces if you like. I’ve also done devil’s food cake with cherry pie filling, then topped with whipped cream before serving for a black forest style cake.
I think I may have done the apple but not with Spice cake..not sure now. I actually have it in my archives and waiting til Fall to post. You just can’t go wrong with a dump cake!
If I was to leave the pineapple out would I need to change anything? My daughter is allergic to pineapple 🙁
I would find another fruit, perhaps peaches, or cherry pie filling.
I’m so glad you posted this..I was needing a desert dish for a upcoming function and This s ounds perfect..Thanks for the Share I’m sure it delish….