Dip your favorite cookies or fruit into this delicious cake batter Funfetti Dip loaded with Easter candy and pastel sprinkles.
Dessert doesn’t get much sweeter than this Easter candy funfetti dip.
This fluffy cake batter dip is great served with golden Oreo cookies, graham crackers, animal crackers or fruit.
Do you remember the 1990s snack Dunkaroos? The lunchbox snacks came with cookies and frosting for dipping. This homemade version is even better because it’s all those favorite childhood sweets combined: cake batter, frosting, cookies and Easter candy!
Make sure you grab extra chocolates when you’re making my Easter Candy Surprise Tissue Paper Carrots so you have enough to make this fun holiday funfetti dip. Don’t forget to make these chocolate covered peanut butter and coconut cream eggs for your Easter dessert buffet
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To Make Funfetti Cookie Dip, You Will Need:
- Cream cheese – You can use block cream cheese or cream cheese spread.
- Sugar – You’ll need both granulated sugar and powdered sugar for this recipe.
- Funfetti cake mix – If you can’t find this cake mix with sprinkles inside, you can substitute a plain white cake mix.
- Easter candy – For this recipe, we used pastel M&Ms and candy-coated chocolate eggs.
- Decorative sprinkles – Choose pastel colors or an Easter sprinkles mix with bunny and carrot shapes.
- Cookies – Golden Oreos are our favorite for dipping.
- Electric mixer – Use a hand mixer or a stand mixer to blend the ingredients together and create a light and fluffy cookie dip.
How to Make Easter Candy Funfetti Cake Dip
- Combine the cream cheese cheese and sugars in a large mixing bowl.
- Mix until smooth.
- Beat in the cake mix and candy.
- Place in a serving bowl and add sprinkles.
- Serve and enjoy!
Click below to watch the Easter Cookie Dip recipe video
Funfetti dip isn’t just for Easter.
You can make this dessert dip for other holidays. Just use regular M&Ms in place of the Easter candy.
Use red, white and blue candy-coated chocolates for July 4th, red and green for Christmas, green and white for St. Patrick’s Day and orange and brown candies for Halloween.
Even though this recipe does not include eggs, you may be wary of eating raw cake mix. Uncooked flour and cake may harbor bacteria that could make you sick to your stomach. To be safe, microwave the cake mix, at 15 second intervals, whisking after each interval, for 1 to 2 minutes, until it reaches a temperature of 160 degrees F. Place it in the freezer to cool before using in the recipe..
Frequently Asked QUESTIONS
Store prepared funfetti dip in an air tight container in the refrigerator. Remove from the refrigerator about 15 minutes before you plan to serve it so it becomes easier to dip.
When stored in the fridge, funfetti dip will remain good for three to 5 days.
This cake batter dip is so good, you’ll probably want to eat it right off your fingers! But if you’re sharing, try one of these dippers instead: Oreo cookies, animal crackers, graham crackers, pretzels, vanilla wafers, Teddy Grahams or strawberries.
More Dessert Dip Recipes
Dessert dips are so easy to make, and people really love them. Try one of these other sweet dips:
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Enjoy this fluffy, creamy cake batter dip with you favorite cookie dipper. It's loaded with colorful sprinkles and chocolate Easter candy.
- 12 ounces cream cheese softened
- 4 Tablespoons sugar
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 1 1/2 cups Funfetti cake mix
- 1/2 cup chocolate candy eggs
- 1/2 cup Easter M&M's
- Easter sprinkles
- Golden Oreos for dipping
Combine softened cream cheese, granulated sugar and powdered in a large mixing bowl. Use an electric mixer to blend until smooth.
Add in cake mix and candy and mix until well combined.
Place in a serving bowl and add sprinkles.
Serve with Golden Oreo cookies, graham crackers, vanilla wafers, pretzels, animal crackers or fresh strawberries as dippers.
Variations & Substitutions
- Subtitute white cake mix for funfetti cake mix.
- You can make this dessert dip for other holidays. Just use regular M&Ms in place of the Easter candy.
- Use red, white and blue candy-coated chocolates for July 4th, red and green for Christmas, green and white for St. Patrick’s Day and orange and brown candies for Halloween.
Even though this recipe does not include eggs, you may be wary of eating raw cake mix. Uncooked flour and cake may harbor bacteria that could make you sick to your stomach. To be safe, microwave the cake mix, at 15 second intervals, whisking after each interval, for 1 to 2 minutes, until it reaches a temperature of 160 degrees F. Place it in the freezer to cool before using in the recipe.
Serving & Storage tips
- Refrigerate Easter Candy Funfetti Dip in an airtight container for up to 5 days. Remove from the fridge 15 minutes before serving.
- Serve with Golden Oreo cookies, vanilla wafers, strawberries, animal crackers or pretzels.