Salted caramel and apple were two flavors that were made for each other, so I couldn't help but make a Crock Pot Salted Caramel Apple Spoon Cake!
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5 from 15 votes

Crock Pot Salted Caramel Apple Spoon Cake

This Crock Pot Salted Caramel Apple Cake is so simple and the perfect recipe for a yummy night in or to take to a potluck!
Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time2 hrs
Total Time2 hrs 2 mins
Course: Dessert
Servings: 8 servings
Author: Aunt Lou


  • 2 20 oz cans apple pie filling
  • 16.5 oz white cake mix
  • 12 oz bag salted caramel bits
  • 1/4 cup butter sliced


  • Spray your crock pot with cooking spray
  • Pour your apple pie filling in the bottom of your crock and spread it out
  • Sprinkle your white cake mix evenly over the top
  • Top with your salted caramel bits
  • Place your butter slices around the edges on top of everything
  • Place 6-8 paper towels on top of your crock pot
  • Cover and cook for 2-3 hours on high


  • Do you have fresh apples sitting around and want to use those instead of a can of apple pie filling? You are in luck! Cris made up this yummy Homemade Apple Pie Filling in her crock pot!
  • My store had salted caramel bits in the baking aisle. If your grocery store only has regular caramel bits, that will work too.
  • Since this is a cake in a crock pot, you will want to fold up 6-8 paper towels and put them under your lid to keep the moisture that gathers on the lid from dripping down on to your cake.
  • I pulled out good ol’ Cera (my 6 Quart Crock Pot with Ceramic Coated Pot). I find that using a 6-quart crock pot for cakes gives it the room to rise and cooks it through to the center really well. There are a few cakes where Cassie (my 9 x13 casserole slow cooker made by Crock Pot) has done really well, but I have also had a lot of flops with cakes in the casserole crock, so I usually just start out with one of my 6-quart crock pots.
  • As with any of our recipes, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly depending on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish.
  • All slow cookers cook differently, so cooking times are always a basic guideline and should always be tested first in your own slow cooker and time adjusted as needed.