Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 50 mins

This has a sweet and mellow pumpking layer topped with a crunchy nutty topping. It is a welcome change from pumpkin pie.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a large mixing bowl,whisk the eggs.
  2. Stir in the pumpkin pie filling, condensed mik and spices.
  3. Pour into a greased 9x13 pan.
  4. Sprinkle the DRY cake mix over the pumpking mixture.
  5. Carefully pour the melted butter over top.
  6. Bake at 350 for 50-60 minutes until set.
  7. Cool to room temperature then refrigerate.
  8. Serve with Cool Whip on the side.
Most Helpful

It's a pumpkin dump cake! I used a cinnamon streusel quick bread mix instead of regular cake mix, and it is divine! You could also dot pieces of cut butter on the top instead of melting and trying to drizzle it evenly (mine pooled). I used 2 cups of homemade pumpkin pie filling (without any eggs or milk), then added in the eggs and can of condensed milk, spread the mix and streusel topping, and then half a cup of butter (which was enough but would have been alright with more). Nice!

lemonyemilyo October 19, 2010

I was afraid it would be too sweet, even with cream cheese added in, but the saltiness (from the butter?) takes the edge off. I used half butter, half oil. I softened the cream cheese, but it still didn't dissipate as much as I would have liked; still it was a rich and decadent addition. I also sprinkled pecan pcs on top. I didn't have yellow cake mix, but butter pecan did a good job.

annlouise February 09, 2009

This fills the pumpkin requirement for a dessert. It seems like it would taste strange with the cake mix sprinkled on the top, but it was delicious! I was told that it should be served as a sweet treat bar at a coffee shop. The texture is a little thicker than pumpkin pie on the bottom, and hard and crumbly on top - like a coffee cake but a little more solid. I will make this again! OH and I like the suggestion of adding in cream cheese to the pumpkin part, and trying it with spice cake - could be really good.

applesnkids December 02, 2008

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