Beverly Moore Recipe

Peach and Pudding Cake

By Beverly Moore Static


My husbands favorite cake. Really easy to change just a few ingredients and get more awesome cake ideas.


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating

Ingredients

1 pkg
yellow cake mix
2/3 c
oil
1 small pkg
instant vanilla pudding
4
eggs
1 c
water
29 oz
can of peaches
12 oz
package of cream cheese (softened)
3/4 c
sugar
sugar cinnamon mixture
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Combine cake mix, oil, pudding mix, eggs and water. Mix according to package directions.
2
Pour batter in greased 9 x 13 baking pan.
3
Make 2 slices out of each peach slice and layer peaches on top of batter. Retain peach juice for next step.
4
Mix together sugar, cream cheese and peach juice; spread evenly over peaches. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar mixture.
5
Bake at 350° for 50-60 minutes. Store in refrigerator.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Puddings
Hashtags: #Christmas, #peach
  • Comments

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    Martha Davis wchmgo - Jul 10, 2012
    This looks good but #4 seems to be off a bit....and needs correcting? For those first-time folks making this recipe or perhaps wanting to make the recipe may not understand what it may intend to say.
  • user
    Nancy Via Moodigal - Jul 10, 2012
    Is this drained peaches or dried peaches. Sounds sooo good, want 2 make it soon.
  • user
    Jane Evans jane1957 - Jul 10, 2012
    As Nancy asked dried or drained peaches, sounds fabulous, want to make it as well!
  • user
    Martha Davis wchmgo - Jul 10, 2012
    I'm not answering for the original writer, but I believe it is drained peaches and retain the juice....because as you continue to read, you use the juice from the can. I also am assuming that you arrange all the "slices" on top of the cake/pudding mixture before pouring the juice mixture on top before baking.
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    Beverly Moore Static - Jul 10, 2012
    Thank you. I tried to copy and paste the recipie in and made a few mistakes. Martha is correct it is not dried peaches, it is a can of peaches in juice and #4, which was a duplicate, is now removed. Also added the comment to retain the peach juice for the next step.