Calling all Millennials!! This Dunkaroo Dip copycat recipe is a literal blast from the past! Time travel with me back to the early 2000s with this thick and creamy cake batter flavoured dip. Pair it with some honey teddy grams to replicate the exact dunkaroo experience. Perfect to share at parties, or just eat it all yourself. I won't judge.
What makes this Dunkaroo Dip so amazing?
Aside from being the greatest 2000s snack of ALL TIME, this Dunkaroo dip is the perfect way to kick that cake batter craving without having to bake an actual cake. We're all for taking the laziest route around here. But, if you're out here reading this thinking, "what the heck are dunkaroos" then I'm terribly sorry, but you either didn't have a good childhood (half kidding) or you were born in the wrong decade. Again, so sorry for this tragedy.
I don't even know how to explain the amazingness that these tiny blue packages of cake batter goodness contained. It was like opening a portal to the best birthday party, you know the one with all the cake, fun, and sugar highs? Yeah that, but at school or something. And no, this is not healthy, not even close. But, packaged and sugary foods were all the rage back in the 90s/2000s. So if you're looking for a healthy cake batter dip, you might want to sit this one out.
Tips, Tricks and Modifications
Serve immediately after mixing. If you can, of course. This recipe tastes the most like Dunkaroos if you eat it shortly after mixing it up. If you leave it in the fridge for a while it starts to taste more like cake batter, which is fine too, but not quite the same as Dunkaroos.
Serve with the honey Teddygrahms. You could use other cookies or animal crackers, but again, Teddygrahms taste the most like Dunkaroos.
Store in the fridge for up to 7 Days. This recipe makes a lot of dip, so there may be some leftovers.
Make sure you use Vanilla Greek yogurt. This one just can't be modified if you want it to taste exactly like the 2000s version.
Looking for some healthier sweet treats? Check out these recipes:
Raspberry Almond Swirl Nice Cream
Blueberry and Oat Crumble Bars
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ENJOY AND HAPPY COOKING!
Dunkaroos Dip | Copycat
- 1 Cup Vanilla Greek Yogurt
- 2 Cups Cool Whip
- 2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 1 Box Funfetti or Rainbow Bit Cake Mix
- Sprinkles for garnishing
- Heat treat the cake mix in the microwave on high in a microwave safe bowl. Heat in 30 second intervals for a total of 1.5 minutes. Stir the cake mix between each interval.
- Add the greek yogurt, cool whip, and vanilla extract to the heat treated cake mix and stir well to combine.
- Serve immediately with Teddygrahms or animal crackers. Store in airtight container in the fridge for up to 7 days.
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