Funfetti Dip, also known as Dunkaroo Dip, is an easy dessert dip made with funfetti cake mix, Cool Whip, vanilla yogurt, and rainbow sprinkles. It’s perfect when you’re looking for a quick dessert recipe that everyone loves!
This post is sponsored by Klarbrunn.
This dessert is seriously right up my alley. It tastes like cake, but doesn’t require me to have any baking skills, and it really tastes like a copycat Dunkaroo dip recipe. Does that bring back all the best childhood memories for anyone other than me? All the dipping foods were my favorite then, and the homemade versions are my favorite now.
I’ve partnered up with Klarbrunn to bring you this super simple and easy sweet dip recipe. It pairs so incredibly well with an ice cold can of their Black Cherry Sparkling Water. It’s like all the sweet fruity flavors at once without being overwhelming sweet. You can find out where to buy Klarbrunn here.
How To Make Funfetti Dip
It’s so easy! All you have to do is mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl, refrigerate it for an hour, and then mix in additional sprinkles. The only key is to use refrigerated Cool Whip instead of frozen Cool Whip. It will still work if you use frozen, it will just require a lot more mixing.
How Much Cool Whip Should I Use?
That’s totally up to you! I like a really whipped texture, similar to the texture of a whipped topping, so I use 4 cups. If you prefer a thicker texture, closer to frosting or Dunkaroo dip, you’ll want to use less.
If you’re not sure how much you want, start with 1 cup, and then add more as you mix it until you get the consistency you like.
This recipe is surprisingly versatile, so feel free to play around with it.
- You can use less Cool Whip.
- Try using half Cool Whip and half cream cheese.
- Swap the yogurt for pudding.
- Use marshmallow fluff instead of Cool Whip.
- Add in extra sprinkles (because rainbow sprinkles make everything so pretty).
What To Serve Dunkaroo Dip With
My favorite things to serve this with are animal crackers, teddy grahams, nilla wafers, and fruit (especially strawberries).
How To Make Cake Dough Edible
To make this edible, it’s important to toast the flour in the oven for 5 – 10 minutes at 350 F (176 C) first. Raw flour shouldn’t be eaten without toasting it first.
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- 1 (15.25 ounce) box funfetti cake mix (432 g)
- 1 (8 ounce) container Cool Whip (thawed in the refrigerator, 3 cups)**
- 1 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt
- 1/4 cup rainbow sprinkles (plus more for topping)
- Animal crackers (for serving)
- To make this edible, it’s important to toast the flour in the oven for 5 - 10 minutes at 350 F (176 C) first. Raw flour shouldn’t be eaten without toasting it first.* (see notes)
- To a large bowl, add the cooled cake mix, Cool Whip, and vanilla yogurt. Use an electric mixer (or a whisk) to mix until smooth.
- Refrigerate for an hour before serving. Just before serving, mix in the sprinkles.
*Disclaimer: There are known risks associated with eating raw flour. Please educate yourself about them and read about them here. There are variances in ovens, and it is not guaranteed that toasting the flour will kill all bacteria.
**In this US, one standard container of Cool Whip is 8 ounces, which is 3 cups. In Canada, a standard container of Cool Whip is 1L, which is 4 cups. If you'd like a really thick dip, start with 1 cup, and add more until you get the texture you prefer.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 147Total Fat: 4.9gCarbohydrates: 25.2gNet Carbohydrates: 24.3gFiber: 0.9gSugar: 14.1gProtein: 1.4g
Nutrition information isn’t always accurate. This is calculated for only the dip - it does not include animal crackers, fruit for dipping, etc.
The next time you’re craving dessert, but don’t feel like baking try making this funfetti dip! Dunkaroo dip is seriously the best and easiest sweet dip.