EASY Pumpkin Dessert

This is a delicious dessert that is very simple to make… It is perfect for when you want to make dessert for your family, but you don’t want to make an entire 9×13 pan. You may save the remaining cake mix for cupcakes if you’d like. Enjoy! 
~Janelle
(p.s. Jen- this one is for you!)
EASY pumpkin pie puree (mix), 1 can evaporated milk, 2 eggs, yellow cake mix (1/2 box), walnuts and butter

Add pumpkin mix, eggs, and evaporated milk

Beat well

Prepare a 11×7 or an 8×8 pan- pour in pumpkin mixture, sprinkle 1/2 box of cake mixture
and slightly stir

See, even my little one can make this! 

Top with chopped walnuts and melted butter

Bake in a 350 oven until well set and golden brown on top (appx 40 mins).  Let cool on counter, then cover and place in refrigerator to cool. 

Serve with a whipped topping of your choice! I just love pumpkin…MMMMmmmm

EASY Pumpkin Dessert
1 30 oz EASY pumpkin pie puree (It has all of the spices included)
2 eggs
1 can evaporated milk
½ box yellow cake mix
1 cup chopped walnuts
½ cup butter
Preheat oven to 350
Mix pumpkin pie puree, eggs, and milk well with mixer. Pour mixture into a prepared 11×7 or 8×8 pan. Pour ½ box of dry cake mix on top and slightly stir. Add chopped walnuts and melt ½ cup butter over top. Bake in a 350 oven for approximately 40 mins (be sure the middle does not jiggle when you take it out- keep it in longer until set). Let cool on counter, then place in the refrigerator until ready to serve…top with whipped cream and ENJOY!!!!

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  1. Oooooh, this looks yummy! We'll have to try making this later this week!

  2. Darlene Schacht says:

    Wow!!! When is your restaurant opening??!! You're good!

  3. Courtney (Women Living Well) says:

    Woohoo – finally you gave a recipe that I have already been making for years! lol! I got it from a friend a long time ago and we LOVE it! Great post!
    Courtney

  4. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    YEA Courtney!!!! You are ahead of the ball game girl!!!! lol!!! It is soo tasty!!!!! Love it!

  5. This recipe seems very good, I will try you know in France we only eat salted pumpkin!!
    Blessings from France

  6. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Suzel, I did not know that! How interesting! We eat salted pumpkin seeds, but pumpkin typically has a dessert associated with it here in the States! I love knowing more about your country, thank you so much for sharing! Bless you, Janelle

  7. Dear Janelle,
    We eat some pumpkin soup (cooked pumpkin, with chicken broth mixed with cream cheese my children love this soup, it's funny way to eat some vegetables).
    Blessings from France

  8. bookaddict4real says:

    Wow this looks pretty easy thanks for the step-by-step pictures.(scrapaddict4sure.com)

  9. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Oh Suzel..tell me more! lol! YUMMM!!!!!! I have had pumpkin soup one time and loved it..but again, it had a spice to it..some cinnamon, etc. This sounds delish! BookAdd- happy to serve you my Friend!

  10. We had a pie that was similar to this last Thanksgiving. It was great! This sounds good too! I'm featuring you this week for my Sweet Thursday event!

  11. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Thank you Jerri! Wohoo!!!!

  12. Jenna Lynn says:

    This is officially my new favorite dessert! Inhink I had like 8 servings!! Best of all it's easy enough for ME to make! Definitly making this for the fam this holiday!!! Thanks for posting!! I only wish I had some leftovers of it in my fridge right now;)

  13. Sarah B. SMITH says:

    Hi Janelle, I have just loved all your recipes. I always am looking for something new to do. When I saw your pumpkin dessert recipe tonight, I literally went to the store at 9 30pm because I just had to make it and it had been a long week here and it was my official non pregnant craving. I ended up getting the wrong pumpkin can, the regular pure pumpkin and not the one with it all together. I just improvised and added spices, some sugar and salt along with my pure pumpkin. I just had some and it was heaven on a plate. Thanks, I love your blog and saw you first at Women living well. God Bless!

  14. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Sarah…ok, I JUST did the same thing!!! haha! The pumpkin can tricked me too! But, like you said…it is easy to improvise with pumpkin spices and …whala…deliciousness happens regardless! lol.. So glad you enjoyed the dessert..bless you!

  15. Sarah B. SMITH says:

    So I ended up making this again, this time the right way. I made it in a 8X8 and not a 9X13 the first time. (yes, I did not follow that part of the direction..) It looked so much prettier and all the pumpkin/cake mix got some butter and walnut lovin'. I brought it to be serve as part of a thanksgiving meal for our college's basketball team and foreign exchange students that lived too far away to go home. A lot of them didn't even know this holiday so our church served them a full thanksgiving meal on Wednesday night after our Pastor explained to them the holiday and we prayed over them. It was awesome, and my dish was wiped cleaned.

  16. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Oh great Sarah!!!! So gla everyone liked it…and what a great gathering that sounds like! Love it!

  17. YUMMY! We make the same dessert except with pecans and rum sauce!! I wonder if anybody has a pumkin blog??? So many delicious pumpkin recipes. Yours looks to.die.for. Hoope you have a great rest of the week, sweet friend!

  18. Oh My Goodness!!!! This looks absolutely delicious!!!!

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