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Crockpot Peach Dump Cake is decadent and tasty for the perfect dessert without any work. With only 3 ingredients, enjoy peach dump cake recipe any day of the week!

Peach Dump Cake in the slow cooker with a serving on a spoon
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This easy peach dump cake recipe is perfect for any occasion. The slow cooker does all the work and the whole family loves the way it taste. Since this dessert recipe only requires 3 ingredients so I like to keep the ingredients stock for a last minute dessert idea.

If you love making peach desserts as much as I do, then you will love this Peach Crumble Recipe or Grilled Peach Recipe. Also check out our Crock Pot Desserts for more ideas.

Why This Recipe Works

If you are looking for an easy dessert make this peach dump cake crockpot recipe. This is one of my favorite dessert crock pot recipes as I can dump everything in and the results are a delicious dessert idea.

You will love the flavor and how delicious the crispy crust layer is. It is even better topped with vanilla ice cream.

Ingredients for Crock Pot Peach Dump Cake: Canned peaches in Heavy Syrup, Yellow Cake Mix and Butter


  • Canned Peaches in heavy syrup
  • Yellow Cake Mix
  • Melted Butter

For the full list of ingredients and recipe, scroll to the bottom for the recipe card.

Variations Ideas

  • Dry Cake Mix – Try white cake mix instead of yellow cake mix. This is also tasty.
  • Pie Filling – Use other pie fillings such as cherry, blackberry, strawberry, blueberry and more. We have even made apple dump cake with apple pie filling for a delicious dump cake recipes.
  • Spices – For added flavor, feel free to add in a teaspoon of warm spices. You can add in cinnamon, nutmeg or pumpkin pie spice. This is a great fall dessert.
  • Fresh Peaches – You can use fresh peaches in this recipe but you will need to make a syrup for them or it will be too dry.

Step by Step Instructions

Pouring peaches in the slow cooker

Step 1 – In a 6 quart crockpot dump the 3 cans of peaches (do not drain).

Combining the cake mix with melted butter in a bowl

Step 2 – In a bowl mix together the cake mix and melted butter.

Topping the peaches in the slow cooker with the cake mix mixture

Step 3 – Crumble the cake mix over the peaches.

Peach cobbler in the slow cooker

Step 4 – Cover and cook on high for 2 hours. Serve warm with ice cream.

Recipe Tips

  • Layering Ingredients – After topping the peaches into the slow cooker, top with the cake mix mixture. There is no need to mix the cake mix into the peaches. This will give the dump cake dessert a delicious crispy layer.
  • Moisture – If you have problems with the top of the peach dump cake having to much moisture. Place a paper towel over the top and then place the lid on the slow cooker. This will help to achieve a crispy crust.
  • Cooking Time – We recommend cooking the dessert on high for about 2 hours. But cooking time will vary.
  • Peaches – Pour the peaches in the slow cooker with the juices.
Close up image of slow cooker peach dump cake in the crock pot with a serving on a spoon

Can I Bake Peach Dump Cake?

Yes, you can easily make this Peach Dump Cake Recipe in the oven. Bake the dump cake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for about an hour for an easy peach cobbler dessert.

Topping Ideas 

This peach dump cake is even better with your favorite toppings. We love to serve with scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream or try different ice cream flavors. Butter Pecan is also a great choice. We have even topped it with whipped cream.

My husband loves to drizzle Caramel sauce on top with chopped pecans, walnuts or sliced almonds. For even more flavor sprinkle a dash of cinnamon when serving.

Slow cooker peach cobbler with a serving on a plate

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Store Leftovers

Store the easy slow cooker peach dump cake leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.

How to Reheat

When you are ready to serve, we recommend reheating in the microwave in 30 second intervals until heated. Then top with your favorite toppings to serve.

What Size of Crock Pot?

We made this recipe in a 6-quart slow cooker but if you are doubling the recipe, you may need to use a 8 quart slow cooker.

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Crockpot Peach Dump Cake

4.98 from 45 votes
Crock pot Peach Dump cake – Make peach dump cake in the crockpot with only 3 ingredients! The perfect slow cooker dessert.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 10 minutes
Servings 12
Cuisine American
Course Dessert
Calories 355


  • 3 cans peaches in heavy syrup 14-15 ounces each
  • 1 box yellow cake mix
  • 1 cup butter melted


  • In a 6 quart crockpot dump the 3 cans of peaches (do not drain).
  • In a bowl mix together the cake mix and melted butter.
  • Crumble the cake mix over the peaches.
  • Cover and cook on high for 2 hours.
  • Serve warm with ice cream.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 355kcal, Carbohydrates 51g, Protein 2g, Fat 17g, Saturated Fat 10g, Cholesterol 41mg, Sodium 455mg, Potassium 119mg, Fiber 2g, Sugar 33g, Vitamin A 694IU, Vitamin C 2mg, Calcium 102mg, Iron 1mg

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  1. 5 stars
    I used 1/2 cup of butter and 1 box of cake mix and it crumbled nicely. I am making this in a 3 quart oval crock pot with 1 large can of peaches and raspberries fresh from my garden. The cake layer is thicker than it would be for a 6 quart pot. Looking forward to the results.

  2. Mixed this up today. Same comment on the batter was not crumbly. Like 1 cup of butter is too much. Hoping it still turns out ok!

  3. My husband loves this so much and I have done it with apples and blueberries too. Fast, easy, and delicious dessert.

  4. My family loves a sweet treat, but sometime so don’t have time to devote to baking a cake or cookies. This is one of my favorite go-tos for dessert!

  5. Oh, no! I haven’t had this happen before. I would try to use it as is and see how it turns out. Thank you!

  6. Hello! I just mixed this up. The cup of melted butter mixed with the boxed cake mix is not crumbly – it is the consistency of pudding. I’m worried this isn’t going to cook up correctly. HELP!

  7. Looking to make this tomorrow for a Mexican themed get together was wondering if I could cook it on low for 4 hours instead of 2 on high. Have to work until 230 get together is at 430 will probably eat at 530-630

  8. Love your site,made the cinnamon cake roll.Love ? and gold star from the family,thanks to you.????