How To Meke Home Made Dump Cake Recipe



    • 1 can (21 oz.) cherry pie filling

    • 1 can (15 oz.) crushed pineapple, liquid drained

    • 1 box (18 oz.) yellow cake mix

    • 1/3 cup oats

    • 2 sticks (8 oz.) butter, sliced

      • Note: I use salted butter.

    • (*Optional): Vanilla bean ice cream


      1. In a 13×9″ baking dish, dump cherry pie filling and liquid-drained crushed pineapple. Stir together.

      2. Dump the cake mix and oats on top of fruit filling, and spread evenly. Top with sliced butter, distributed evenly (as seen below).

      3. Bake at 400-degrees for 45-50 minutes; until topping is a rich, golden brown.

      4. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla-bean ice cream!

      Dump Cake Reviw:

    • I first received a recipe like this for dump cake 3 years ago at my bridal shower. I was skeptical at how easy it looked and wondered how it would taste. It is absolutely unbelievable!!! By far one of my favorite desserts now. The only things I do different is use a 20 oz. can of crushed pineapple (you really need that size, a 15 oz. would not spread over the 9×13 pan), lite cherry pie filling instead of regular (cuts down on the sugar a bit, but you won’t even taste the difference), omit the nuts and use 3/4 (1 1/2 sticks) cup butter, sliced over the top. Don’t melt the butter in the microwave and pour over…..slice it in pats across the top of the cake mix and let the oven melt it. This allows for even browning. I took this to a Christmas party last night and people were going back for seconds and thirds, and someone requested that I email the recipe first thing in the morning. There you have it – cheap, easy, and delicious, what more do you need to try it?

Parfait Macerated Fruit With Yogurt Recipe


Recipe: macerated fruit With Yogurt.

(Do you know that the word “parfait” means “perfect” in French?)

The secret that makes this recipe so delicious is the macerated fruit. And what’s best is the fact that you can make this fruit medley last for 5-days/a work week!

We can Make Some Easy Steps:

Step 1:  Macerated fruit

  • 2 apples, chopped in to bite-size cubes (If you don’t like apples, sub pears, persimmons, 2 cups of fresh berries. Need more ideas? Just ask.)

  • 1/2 cup of dried fruit (I like dried cherries, raisins, figs, peaches)

  • 1 tablespoon jam/preserves of your choice

Combine fruit and jam in a tupperware container (or any container with a lid).  Shake or stir to combine.  Keep refrigerated and allow to macerate for 24-hours prior to initial serving.


Step 2:  Greek yogurt

Why Greek?  Because it has almost triple the amount of protein as non-Greek yogurt.  My brand of choice is Nastle.


Stage 3 (Optional): Granola

I love granola in my yogurt, yet you absolutely don’t need to include it in case you’re restricted. I welcome the additional fiber and surface from the crunchy oats and nuts. I likewise accept that it makes this formula entirely adjusted.


Step 4:  Combine and enjoy!

Using about 1/5 of your macerated fruit, combine it with 1/2 cup of yogurt and a handful of granola (optional).  Enjoy this breakfast – or snack – daily for the entire work-week!


Marrow With Fennel & Tomato Home made Recipe



  • 1 young marrow (about 1kg)
  • 50ml white wine
  • 4 tbsp olive oil, plus a drizzle to serve
  • 2 garlic cloves, crushed
  • 1 rosemary sprig, plus extra leaves chopped to serve
  • ½ fennel bulb, sliced
  • pinch of fennel seeds
  • pinch of dried chilli
  • 2 red onions, finely sliced
  • 500g tomatoes, chopped
  • 1 tbsp red wine vinegar
  • 2 tbsp capers
  • 400g can butter beans, drained
  • 2 large slices of sourdough, to serve
  • soft fresh goat’s cheese, to serve
  • 1 tbsp oregano, to serve


  • STEP 1.
    Halve, deseed and chop the marrow into chunks. Toss in some salt and leave the chunks to drain in a colander for 30 mins to remove excess water.
  • STEP 2.
    Warmth the olive oil in an enormous skillet over a medium warmth. Add the rosemary and fennel seeds and cook for a couple of mins until the rosemary is sizzling. Add the red onion, dried stew, fennel and an enormous touch of salt, and cook for 10 mins until the onions are beginning to shading and improve.
  • STEP 3.
    Add the garlic and cook, mixing, for another min. Turn up the warmth marginally, add the marrow and a decent granulate of pepper, and cook for 10 mins, mixing so it doesn’t get.
  • STEP 4.
    Deglaze the skillet with the white wine. Cook until it’s vanished, at that point add the tomatoes and red wine vinegar. Mix to consolidate everything, at that point turn down the warmth and cook, mixing infrequently, on the most minimal warmth for at any rate 35 mins, until the tomatoes have concentrated and the marrow has taken on all the flavors in the dish. Mix in the tricks and spread beans to warm them through.
  • STEP 5.
    Toast the sourdough and cut each cut down the middle. Split the combination between four plates, at that point spread the toast with the goat’s cheddar, sprinkle with some olive oil, disperse over the oregano and rosemary, and serve.
    Nutrition: Per serving Nutrient Unitkcal

HomeMade Red Lentil Soup Recipe


Rich and smooth, yet dabbed with carrot nibs, this generous bowl of goodness is diet-accommodating, extraordinarily tasty, and consummately filling. Pair it with a side plate of mixed greens and some dried up bread/pita for a bright and midriff agreeable feast that is ensured to please even the pickiest of palettes!


  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

  • 1 large sweet white onion (Vidalia and Maui are my favorite sweet varieties), chopped

  • 2 garlic cloves, minced

  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste

  • 1 teaspoon cumin

  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper

  • Pinch of ground chile powder

  • 1 quart plus 2 cups chicken broth (Want to make it vegetarian? Sub the chicken broth for vegetable broth!)

  • 1 cup red lentils

  • 1 large carrot, peeled and diced

  • Juice of 1/2 lemon

  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh mint (cilantro or arugula will also do!)


  1. In a large pot, heat oil over high heat until hot and shimmering. Add onion and garlic, and sauté until golden, about 7 minutes.

  2. Stir in tomato paste, cumin, salt, black pepper and chili powder; sauté for 2 minutes longer.

  3. Add broth, lentils and carrot. Bring to a simmer, then partially cover pot and turn heat to medium-low. Simmer until lentils are soft, about 30 minutes. Taste and add salt if necessary.

  4. Using an immersion or regular blender or a food processor, puree half the soup then add it back to the pot. Soup should be somewhat chunky.

  5. Stir in lemon juice and chopped greens.

Shrimp And Avocado Bowl Recipe With Creamy Cilantro Sauce

Solid fats and proteins have large amounts of this bowl formula with reviving, vivid shrimp and avocado showered in a rich cilantro-lime sauce. This is an incredible method to go through any extra rice and cleave up whatever veggies you have in the cabinet. The shrimp can be as basic as pre-cooked mixed drink shrimp.


What’s a Bowl Recipe?

We show home cooks how to go gaga for their extras with Bowl plans, so you can quit squandering uneaten food and unused goods!

What’s in a Bowl?

Bowl image

Essentially fill one major bowl–or a few in case you’re serving friends and family!– with all the vital parts of a full feast, anyway you’d prefer to modify it.

Start with a base of grains or some sort of starch, at that point include veggies–cooked, crude, parboiled, and so forth.– and a protein. Wrap everything up with a mark sauce and a crunchy besting.

For GRAINS/GREENS: Lay an establishment of rice, or even only a bed of greens.

For VEGETABLES: Put pieces of velvety avocado, a perfect partner of shrimp, with the corrosiveness and firm chomp of new cherry tomatoes. Different veggies to consider incorporate edamame, red cabbage, radishes, and jicama. Attack your cooler cabinet or utilize the previous evening’s extra steamed broccoli.

For PROTEIN: You’ll once in a while experience a more slender, more helpful alternative than solidified, pre-cooked shrimp, which defrosts in minutes. In any case, this is additionally where you can utilize any extra barbecued shrimp, chicken, steak or tempeh.

For the SAUCE: We’re going for a yogurt-based dressing with cilantro, lime, and avocado. It’s sufficiently smooth, and helps up all that it contacts.

For the CRUNCH: You’ll figure out how to prepare regular corn tortillas into something all the more energizing tortilla strips!

In outline, look at our blueprint:


The Shrimp
For the ultimate convenience, you can buy a bag of frozen, pre-cooked shrimp. It defrosts in minutes!

LEFTOVERS TIP: If you’re planning on grilling up shrimp for a meal, cook extra to save for this Buddha Bowl recipe!

Level 1 Flavor: Use pre-cooked shrimp (cocktail shrimp) – super easy, takes zero time.

Level 2 Flavor: Simmer raw shrimp in salted water – still really simple, takes just a few minutes.

Level 3 Flavor: Use this recipe for Flavorful Boiled Shrimp – if you have 20 minutes, make this!

Regardless of whether you’ve just added avocado to your shrimp, it’s an ideal opportunity to paint this bowl significantly greener! Join the accompanying fixings in a blender to make a little under 1 cup of this light green, somewhat tart cilantro “crema:”

½ cup yogurt

½ ready avocado

1 modest bunch new cilantro

1 clove garlic

1 tablespoon lime juice

2 tablespoons olive oil

Genuine salt and newly ground dark pepper to taste

Cilantro is the saint here, so include it steadily and taste as you go!

Remember to spare some to decorate the bowl. You’ll need to sprinkle the oil in last, mixing at the same time, until you arrive at the ideal shower capable consistency.


For the finishing crunch!

OK, so we’ve already covered avocado and cilantro. Which leaves the fun crunchy part.

Familiar with those gorgeous tortilla chip ribbons that come in red, yellow, and blue? Those will definitely come in handy for this and many more Buddha bowls.

If you have some tortillas hanging around, let’s make these chips in the oven.

Cut corn or flour tortillas across into 1/2-to 1-inch strips.


Accelerating this Bowl

Use effectively cooked mixed drink shrimp, or any barbecued/cooked shrimp

Supplant the hand crafted rich cilantro sauce one of these reviving, additionally green other options: Hellmann’s Cilantro-Lime Sauce or Herdez Guacamole Salsa with Tomatillo

Get your own reserve of multi-reason, multi-shaded tortilla strips!

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Home Made Pineapple Chicken Bowl Budha Recipe

Reinvent Leftovers with the Buddha Bowl!
Bored of the same ol’ leftovers? Buddha Bowl recipes helps you reinvent last night’s supper into a completely brand-new, flavorful dish.

Just remember this easy formula for a Buddha bowl:

Grains/Greens+Veggies+Lean Protein+Yummy Sauce+Fun Crunch,

Let’s Get Started….!


For the GRAIN:

Lock in, on the grounds that it’s not the rice or quinoa you may have anticipated! In this bowl we’re getting our grains as noodles.

Look over entire grain spaghetti, ramen noodles, shirataki, or whatever sends your sauce flying!

Be that as it may, – in the event that you have any extra rice, pasta or noodles in your cooler — how about we go through them!


Broccoli supplements chicken in any exemplary teriyaki bowl, so we’re bringing it back!

Got something else yummy in the cooler state, julienned carrots or a large portion of an onion? Get them the overlay.

For the PROTEIN:

On the off chance that you have extra simmered or barbecue chicken, at that point you’re now set to go! Indeed, even shrimp is astonishing in this formula.

On the off chance that you’d prefer to make the Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken, it just takes a zip-top pack for marinating.

The chicken will hang out in a simple 6-fixing pineapple teriyaki marinade while you prep the remainder of the fixings. At the point when it comes time to cook, you can pop the chicken in the broiler, on the oven, or on the barbecue.


Ageless teriyaki sauce benefits significantly from the common pleasantness of pineapple. It gives the exemplary Japanese flavors a trace of Hawaii!

You’ll make up a cluster of the Pineapple Teriyaki Sauce (everything necessary is 3 minutes + a bricklayer container).

Include these 6 fixings into a bricklayer container, and shake.

1 (8-ounce) can squashed pineapple

3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce, or tamari

1/2 tablespoons rice vinegar (or apple juice vinegar)

1 teaspoon ground new ginger

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tablespoon sesame seeds

1/4 cup water

Empty HALF of this sauce into bowl or zip-top pack: Use this to marinate the cut chicken bosom.

The rest of the Pineapple Teriyaki Sauce is for your Buddha Bowl… .sprinkle on top not long before serving.

TIP: If you lack the capacity to deal with hand crafted sauce – utilize a decent quality locally acquired teriyaki sauce. Merchant Joe’s has my top pick “Island Teriyaki.”

For the CRUNCH:

Why not sprinkle a touch of something nutty on top to counter the sweet teriyaki? How about we go with flax seeds–and don’t hesitate to include some toasted ocean growth (nori) in case you’re feeling extra gutsy!

Is it true that you are prepared to plunge bowl-first? Tell us in the remarks what transforms you made!


Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken Buddha Bowl Recipe
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
30 mins

Use canned pineapple to brighten up this easy teriyaki chicken Buddha Bowl served over noodles!

Let’s clean out your refrigerator and use leftovers:

GRAINS: rice, quinoa, Asian noodles or pasta

VEG: Any leftover roasted veggies hanging out in the refrig? Or cut up whatever salad ingredients you have on hand. Use the veg raw or cooked.

PROTEIN: We’ll show you how to make the Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken, but feel free to use already-cooked shrimp, slice up that grilled steak or chicken from last night.

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Asian
Keyword: buddha bowl, buddhabowl
Servings: 4
Calories: 573 kcal
Author: Steamy Kitchen
For the SAUCE:
1 8-ounce can crushed pineapple
3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce
1 1/2 tablespoons rice vinegar or apple cider vinegar
1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger use microplane grater
2 cloves garlic finely minced
2 tsp sesame seeds
1/4 cup water
For the CHICKEN:
1 ½ lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts Thinly sliced
1 tbsp cornstarch (optional)
2 tbsps cooking oil divided (use half for veggies)
4 cups noodles or pasta cooked according to package instructions
3 cups broccoli florets
1 clove garlic finely minced
1/2 tsp red chili flakes (optional)
1 cup julienned carrots
1/2 cup cooked edamame
For the CRUNCH:
4 tablespoons toasted seeds or nuts flax seeds or pumpkin seeds
In a mason jar, add all of the sauce ingredients. Cover with lid securely, and shake. Pour half the teriyaki sauce in a large bowl and reserve the other half. Add the sliced chicken breasts and the cornstarch to the bowl, and stir to coat. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or up to overnight.

Cook the noodles according to package instructions.

For the vegetables, you can eat them raw or just saute lightly. Steam the broccoli in a covered large saute pan with a 1/4 cup water for 2 minutes, until the broccoli is bright green. Push the broccoli to the outer edge of the pan. In the middle of pan, add in 1 tbsp cooking oil, minced garlic, and red chili flakes. Cook for a few seconds. Add in the julienned carrots. Give everything a good toss. Cook for 2 minutes, until carrots softened and broccoli tender. Season with salt – or pour in just a little bit of the Pineapple Teriyaki sauce to mix in.

Let’s cook the chicken: Heat the large saute pan over high heat. Add in the remaining 1 tbsp cooking oil. When hot, add in the chicken and cook for 5 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through.

To assemble the Buddha bowls, divide the noodles, vegetables and chicken to the bowl. Add in the cooked edamame. Drizzle on some Pineapple Teriyaki sauce and top with seeds.


Nourishment Facts:

Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken Buddha Bowl Recipe

Sum Per Serving

Calories 573Calories from Fat 162

% Daily Value*

Fat 18g28%

Soaked Fat 2g13%

Cholesterol 109mg36%

Sodium 651mg28%

Potassium 1143mg33%

Starches 52g17%

Fiber 7g29%

Sugar 4g4%

Protein 50g100%

Nutrient A 5896IU118%

Nutrient C 67mg81%

Calcium 162mg16%

Iron 5mg28%

* Percent Daily Values depend on a 2000 calorie diet.