Skinny Funfetti Cake Batter Dip Recipe

I love cake batter.  I would rather eat the batter than the actual cake!  Now I can have my cake and eat it too!  This dip contains 105 calories for 1/4 cup!  Not bad for a tasty dessert!

Skinny Funfetti Cake Batter Dip Recipe:

1 (15.25 ounce) box funfetti cake mix
2 cups fat free, plain Greek yogurt
1 cup lite Cool Whip
Sprinkles, for garnish (optional)

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until smooth.  Keep refrigerated until serving.  Serve with graham crackers or Nilla wafers.

(Recipe adapted from Eat Yourself Skinny)

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  1. says

    Just made some . . . rush out NOW and get the ingredients! I think I might eat it with a spoon! Thank you so much I will be the best mom in the whole wide world once my kids find out this is their afternoon snack after school!

  2. says

    This was awful! I made it for my daughter’s movie party. I had to spread it on every cracker because it was too thick even though i added more amounts of yogurt and cool whip. All i could taste in it was the baking soda. Only a couple of girls liked it. I thought it tasted gross. Cake batter is usually my fav. flavor. I was very disappointed!

  3. says

    I read everyone’s comments who have made this and I made my own changes… Instead on one cup of Lite Cool Whip, I used a whole (small) container of fat free. The mixture was still thick. I added 1 cup of water SLOWLY into the mixture and kept stirring until totally smooth and the right consistency I wanted. I refrigerated for one hour and served. So fluffy, smooth and tasty!! Well definitely make again!

  4. says

    It probably depends on what brand of cake mix you buy. Some of the funfetti mixes are intended for making cupcakes so it could be that there is less of the mix in the box than in another brand that makes a layer cake.

  5. Sarah says

    I just made this today. I would recommend using the entire carton of cool whip. Even after that I thought it had too much of the greek yogurt flavor. I added some splenda and that helped.

  6. Dana Rae says

    I was a little disappointed by this recipe. Had to add extra cool whip, vanilla, and splenda to cut the baking soda/flour taste. Otherwise it looked really pretty and had a nice spreading texture. Was not a hit at my staff meeting that I brought it to. Thinking of adding marshmallow cream next time, even though it will totally obliterate the diet portion of the recipe.

  7. Sarah says

    I thought it was OK. I ran into the same problems others mentioned. Had to use 1 1/2 containers of whipped topping and add a couple of tablespoons of milk for a smooth consistency because the mixture was too thick. Also added a couple of tsp. of vanilla. Definitely more of a grown-up dip, for those who love eating cake batter with a spoon. My 5-year old loves sprinkles, but he said it was yucky.

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