Today I’ve got another cake for you. Lucky Leaf Premium Pie Filling sent me a package recently, including more of their delicious pie fillings, some great recipes, and a 9x13 inch Rachael Ray cake pan with lid.
This cake, much like the pineapple cake I posted last, was super easy to make. Although this one used a cake mix, which isn’t my favorite thing to use, but since I don’t eat the cake, I don’t mind making that kind of dessert for others. This peach cake I made, used Lucky Leaf peach pie filling. I chopped some of the peaches in the filling a bit smaller than they were, then just added the whole can of filling to a yellow cake mix with some eggs and sour cream. That’s it.
The recipe on the Lucky Leaf website had a different topping, which I should have made since I had all the ingredients, but for some reason, I decided to just make a simple vanilla glaze for the top of the cake.
I’ve left the link for the cake recipe above at Lucky Leaf. The glaze I made was simply just some powdered sugar, a little butter, pinch of salt, vanilla and some milk.
Kevin thought it was really sweet. He doesn’t like some things to be too sweet. Get this, in a matter of a day and a half, Kevin ate one and a half pieces of the cake. During that same time, Scott ate the rest of the 9x13 inch cake. THAT is a lot of cake consumed by one person. Granted, he’s a 16 year old growing boy, but wow. Taylor ate about a half piece of the cake, but Scott ate the rest of it. And for some reason, I’m fine with that. When I make the cake again sometime, I will use the topping recipe Lucky Leaf provided. It had cream cheese, vanilla pudding mix and crushed canned pineapple. Sounds good.
Another Lucky Leaf recipe I can’t wait to make with the cherry pie filling they sent me is this White Chocolate Cherry Cream Pie. I would probably even “steal” a little bite of this one!
(Photo courtesy of Lucky Leaf)
I’ve mentioned this before, but I love Lucky Leaf pie fillings. They have no high fructose corn syrup! Thanks again for the package, Lucky Leaf!