Funfetti cake dip is a quick and easy recipe for birthday parties. With only three ingredients, it will be ready to eat in no time and enjoyed by guests of all ages!

funfetti dip in light pink bowl with animal crackers

And the birthday treats continue! Today I’m sharing a recipe for funfetti dip—four ingredients, no-bake and ready in under 20 minutes. What more could you ask for?

I’m the type of person who could spend hours on a single dessert (in particular, boozy cupcakes). It’s like creating a work of art. I find it relaxing and incredibly satisfying when the baked good turns out just right.

I’m also the type of person who wants dessert right away. The sweet tooth is real and I may have more than one. Thankfully there are such things as no-bake desserts that are ready in no time.

animal crackers in sprinkle covered cake dip

Overview: How to make funfetti dip

Funfetti cake dip is made with three ingredients.

  • Boxed cake mix – I used Pillsbury Funfetti cake mix. Vanilla cake mix works too, but you’ll have to add the sprinkles.
  • Cool whip topping – It has the stability and structure to keep the dip full rather than fall flat. I do not suggest using whipped cream from a can.
  • Vanilla yogurt – You can used nonfat, low-fat or regular yogurt. Greek yogurt may also be used, but the dip will be thicker than usual.

Mix the three together using a stand mixer or electric hand mixer and let the mixture sit in the fridge until set. I like adding more sprinkles and serving the dip with animal crackers or graham crackers.

funfetti cake dip ingredients in bowls labeled with text

Is it safe to eat cake mix?

Yes, most cake mixes have been updated so it is safe to eat “raw.” I suggest using Pillsbury funfetti cake mix as the ingredients are safe to eat. Always check the box first!

If you are at all concerned about raw flour in your cake mix, simply spread the mix on a baking sheet, and bake for about 5 minutes at 350° F. Cool completely and use the mix in the dip recipe.

Looking for another no-bake dessert dip? Try my cannoli dip and serve with cookies, wafers or waffle cone pieces!

funfetti dip with bowl of rainbow sprinkles and animal crackers

What to serve with funfetti cake dip

Funfetti cake dip can be served with animal crackers, graham crackers or or vanilla wafers. Really any sweet wafer or cracker will work for this dip. You can also add sprinkles to dip for more color!

What to make with funfetti cake mix…

Funfetti cake mix is pandora’s box when it comes to baking. There’s more to make than just cake and cake dip! You can make birthday cake mix waffles for breakfast or funfetti cake mix cookies. Another fun recipe for the kids is funfetti rice krispies.

hand dipping animal cracker in funfetti dip

Head to the grocery store, pick up the ingredients and serve this dip at your next gathering! I like to use animal crackers or graham crackers as a shovel to eat the dip 😉

If you make this recipe, tag @ifyougiveablondeakitchen on social media so I can see your creation!

bowl of funfetti cake dip with rainbow sprinkles

Funfetti Dip

Funfetti cake dip is a quick and easy recipe for birthday parties. With only three ingredients, it will be ready to eat in no time and enjoyed by guests of all ages!
5 (4 ratings)

Ingredients

  • 1 box (4 cups or 432 g) Funfetti Cake Mix
  • 1 container (3 cups or 225 g) whipped topping , (such as Cool Whip)
  • 1 ½ cups (370 g) vanilla yogurt, (I used Stonyfield low-fat vanilla yogurt)
  • Sprinkles
  • Animal Crackers

Instructions 

  • Use an electric mixer to mix together Funfetti cake mix, whipped topping and vanilla yogurt until combined, about 2 minutes.
  • Transfer mix to a serving bowl. Refrigerate dip uncovered for at least 15 minutes.
  • Garnish with additional sprinkles and immediately serve with animal crackers

Notes

Preferred whipped topping: Full fat, low-fat and non-fat whipped topping will work in this recipe. Use whipped topping (not whipped cream) for best results.
Raw cake mix: If you’re concerned about raw flour, Pillsbury has upgraded its boxed mixes! The cake mixes are safe to eat “raw,” in recipes such as funfetti cake dip.
Suggested tools: Mixing bowls, hand mixer, and kitchen scale.
Serving: 68g, Calories: 165kcal, Carbohydrates: 29g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 4g, Sodium: 240mg, Sugar: 16g

Adapted from Budget Savvy Diva.​​​​​​​

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