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Alright, let’s Spice It Up…
If you haven’t figured it out by now, I hate to cook. I actually don’t cook, I cut and dump. If you missed that post, you can find it here.
That’s right ladies, I just cut open the package and dump it in. So you will most likely never find me posting any kind of cooking advice…unless of course it was such a good secret that I just had to share.
Well, Halloween is fast approaching and my son (with his nut allergy) is so limited to the kinds of candy he can eat, I always make the most unbelievable cut and dump that he enjoys, especially this time of year. Yes, even my picky-eater-allergy-suffering son LOVES it!
It takes me approximately 1 minute and 30 seconds to pull this beauty together.
Cut and dump Spice Cake Mix: *Don’t follow the directions on the box, just cut and dump!
Cut and Dump Pure Pumpkin (use half of the big can, 15 oz…I always make two cakes at a time so I buy the big one)
Dump ¼ cup of water and stir it all up in one big bowl. (Actually, you should probably use a mixer, but I think a few turns with a spoon does the job…you decide).
Dump this into your favorite baking dish (sprayed of course) and bake for 30 minutes at 350.
Note: When serving, I usually spice it up by dumping some powdered sugar on top after it cools.
Now ladies, a good cut and dump doesn’t get much better than that, so go spice it up and tell me how it goes!