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I really love making dump cakes because they have got to be the easiest desserts to make on the planet.
You literally just dump everything together in your greased baking dish, throw it in the oven, and there you have it. I’ve made pumpkin dump cakes before but this is the first 3-layer pumpkin dump cake I’ve ever tried. Don’t worry, it’s still easy to make 🙂
I think that this 3-layer pumpkin dump cake will look great on any holiday dessert table or you can make it too kick off the fall season. As you all know, fall is the season for making yummy desserts and baked goods such as pumpkin dump cake. What are some of your favorite fall desserts? I bet that many of you will turn to this 3-layer pumpkin dump cake after you’ve sampled its goodness. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: You can easily double this cake when needing to feed a large crowd. You’ll need two pans.