Dump cakes are an American staple that resembles a cobbler. The only difference is it has a topping similar to cake. They are called dump cakes because the recipe is as easy as opening a can of fruit or pie filling, such as peaches, dumping it into a baking dish, and topping it with a cake mix. You don't even have to mix it. Then, throw it in the oven.
To make this version of dump cake, we combined gluten-free flour like almond flour, coconut flour, sugar-free sweetener, baking soda, and salt to make the cake mix. Then we sliced fresh peeled peaches, combined them with sugar-free sweetener, cinnamon, and water, and poured them into the baking dish. The Peach Dump Cake gets a sprinkling of cake mix and pats of thinly sliced butter to help it brown and give the crust a buttery flavor before baking it until golden brown. This peach dump cake is rich and delicious, and each serving only has 5.6 net carbs, so you can enjoy this dessert without racking up too many calories.
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