The cherry pie filling in my pantry was calling my name! So I made this Cherry Marble Cake! If you’ve been around Today’s Creative Life, then you know my love for cake mix recipes. You’ll have try my Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cake Mix Cookies or my Strawberry Lemonade Cake. Both of them start with a cake mix!
Cherry Marble Cake Sheet Cake
My husband and son aren’t big fans of cherry pie, so I knew they wouldn’t be interested in my making this Cherry Marble Cake. I can see them turning up their nose now. So while they were out of town, I took advantage of their non-cherry loving selves and decided to make a fun dessert just for me!
And since I couldn’t really eat the whole thing, I shared with a neighbor. There was a bit left when they got home and they said it looked like a Marble Zombie cake.
Which is totally gross! But I can kinda see their point. So…. if you’re a fan of The Walking Dead or the new show, The Santa Clarita Diet, this Cherry Marble Cake may be the perfect dessert to make while you watch it. We tried watching both of those shows and it’s just not my thing.
Don’t let all this zombie talk scare you way, it really does taste delicious.
I thought about putting a glaze on top or whipped cream, But I have to admit, once this beautiful Cherry Marble Cake was out of the oven, I was only focused on eating a piece. But a simple glaze made with powdered sugar would be nice.
Cherry Marble Cake Supplies
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- Electric hand mixer or Kitchenaid mixer
- Medium mixing bowl
- 9 x 13 baking cake pan
- Cherry pie filling
- Yellow or White Cake Mix
- Vegetable Oil
- 1 white or yellow cake mix
- ⅓ cup vegetable oil
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup water
- 1 can (21 oz) cherry pie filling
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease your cake pan. You'll need a 9 x 13 pan.
- I used my KitchenAid mixer to mix the cake mix, oil, eggs and water together. Any hand mixer will also work.
- Pour batter in your prepared pan.
- Scoop out the cherry pie filling and drop randomly on top of the batter.
- Use a spoon to blend in the cherry pie filling for the desired marble look.
- Bake 25 - 30 minutes
Mix 1 cup powdered sugar with 1½ tablespoons milk. Drizzle over the top and enjoy!
Or serve with whipped cream!