Chocolate Cherry "dump" Cake

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  • Dump the 2 cans of cherry pie filling into the bottom of the pan.
  • Sprinkle the box of chocolate cake mix evenly on top of that.
  • Distribute the butter slices on top of the cake mix.
  • Spread the pecans evenly over the butter and cake mix.
  • Fianally, sprinkle the sugar over all.
  • Bake in the oven for 30-45 minutes and serve warm!
  • This is also delicious with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

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  1. Brandis Nebraska Ki
    Made this for New Years Eve 2009 dinner and boy was it a hit! Kids loved it (teenagers). Will be making this again!
  2. dmritenour
    It had a good taste, but I think 2 sticks of butter is too much. The finished cake was like a gueey browney with strawberries. When I make it next time I am going to use 1 stick of butter.
  3. Bluemonkey
    WOW what a great way to quickly feed that chocolate craving with ingredients that are in my fruitcellar/pantry! Use a good quality brand of cake-mix and a quality pie filling.


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