>> Crockpot Dump Cake

Jane Ropp | Marysville, MI | served at GMC Classic Rally Winter 2016

  • You’ll need a cake mix and 2 boxes of instant pudding
  • Spray pot with Pam
  • Make the pudding according to directions but reduce milk to 3 cups… Set aside
  • Mix cake mix according to directions on box
  • Pour pudding in crock pot
  • Pour cake mixture on top

Cover and bake on high about 2 hours. Keep an eye on it and watch for the cake to look done. May only take 1 1/2 hours or maybe longer. Serve out of crock pot and top with cool whip.

I used chocolate but someone suggested white cake and butterscotch pudding?

>> Inside Out Strawberry Cheesecake

Debra Taylor | San Lorenzo, CA | served at several events

(Please note I cook by sight, smell and taste, so all measurements are guesstimates)

1 – 8 oz pkg Cream Cheese
1 – Large pkg fresh strawberries (32 oz)
1/4 C Powdered Sugar
1/2 to 1 tsp vanilla
2 Tbl – Milk possibly more or less
1 Stack Graham Crackers – finely crushed (or whatever you call one wrapped stack of crackers – sleeve?)

Rinse the berries, leave the stems on. In a bowl mix together, cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla. This will be quite thick, now start to thin it out with the milk. You want this to be thin enough to easily dip the strawberries into, but not thin like a glaze.

Dip the strawberries into the cream cheese mixture, then roll into the crushed graham crackers. Voila! You are done, and they are ready to eat!. They will hold overnight in the refrigerator.

Easy peasy and everyone oohs and ahs because they look so nice.

>> Crockpot Candy Crack

Lucy Weidner | Menomonie, Wisconsin

1 – 16 oz jar unsalted peanuts
1 – 16oz jar salted peanuts
1 – 12 oz bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 – 12 oz bag mil chocolate chips
2 – 10z bags peanut butter chips
2 – 1lb white almond bark or vanilla candy coating

Lay all ingredients in a large crockpot, starting with peanuts
Turn pot on low, cover with lid, and leave for 2 hours.
Remove lid and stir to combine. Replace lid and leave sitting for another 30 minutes.
Stir again and then drop by teaspoonfuls onto wax paper or non-stick aluminum foil.
Allow to harden for a least 1 hour.