The Cherpumple Cake is a three-layer cake made around a stack of cherry, pumpkin and apple pies. Yes, that right.
A pumpkin pie, an apple pie and a cherry pie, all baked into a cake.
Quite possibly one of the unholiest culinary creations ever to ride into town on the dessert cart. The Cherpumple is a treat of sickening proportions.
This frosted monster is an especially unique dessert for the friend or family member that always wants to “sample” a bit of everything.
You can also make each pie from scratch, but this cake turns out best using prebaked frozen pies because it is less fragile to work with. Besides, who wants to make three scratch pies for one dessert?
I have a reader that made this with brownie layers instead of cake. I would think a chocolate cream pie, coconut cream pie and a chocolate chip cookie pizza would work well.
The possibles are endless!!
Let me know how YOU style this tower of deliciousness!
- 1 8 ” frozen pumpkin pie
- 1 box spice cake mix
- 1 8 ” frozen apple pie
- 1 box yellow cake mix
- 1 8 ” frozen cherry pie
- 1 box white cake mix
- eggs and oil according to the cake mix
- 3 tall tubs of cream cheese frosting
- 3 8.5 ” round cake pans
- Bake pies according to instructions and cool to room temperature overnight. Mix cake batter according to instructions.
- For each layer pour about 1 1/3 cup of batter in the cake pan. Carefully de-tin the baked pie and place it face up on top of the batter in the cake pan. Push down lightly to release any trapped air.
- Pour enough batter on top to cover the pie. Bake according to box instructions. Cool and remove from pans the frost it like you mean it.
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