Stephanie's Sweets: Dunkaroo Dip!
Recently I celebrated my birthday and threw a really awesome theme party to reminisce on the good old days of growing up in the 90s! I went all out with the decorations between old spice girl posters to inflatable room furniture to baby bottle pops.
The biggest hit was the Dunkaroo Dip I made. People were going NUTS over it! Whether you are hanging out with your girlfriends, going to a party, or you just honestly want a little treat, this is your new go-to dessert. It literally takes FIVE MINUTES to make with THREE simple ingredients…. THAT’S IT! It is the easiest and most delicious little treat to serve at any event!
Dunkaroo Dip Recipe
1 Box of Funfetti Cake Mix
2 Cups of Cool Whip (non-fat or regular)
1 Greek Yogurt (I think Chobani tastes yummy)
1 Box of Teddy Grahams (I personally love the Chocolate Chip, animal crackers work as well)
Sprinkles (for added bits of color)
What to do:
In a large bowl combine the funfetti cake mix, cool whip, and the Greek yogurt until evenly blended with little to no lumps. You can use a mixer or a large spoon to mix the ingredients; when using a mixer be sure to scrap the spoons with a spatula to get every last drop! Trust me, your going to want it all!
Cover with saran wrap and store in the refrigerator until chilled-usually 30 minutes or so. Dazzle up your dunkaroos with extra sprinkles if you desire!
Pour the dip into a serving bowl and a separate serving bowl for the teddy grahams and dunk right in! You’ll taste your childhood coming back to you with each and every bite!
Sweet Tip: Pack a little scoop in a plastic container and take it as a snack for a little sugary pick me-up.
this looks soo good!!! dunkaroos were my fav snack when I was a kid! I will definitely be trying this out this weekend!! <3
Yummmmm!! I am absolutely making this!! Baby Bottle Pops haha I used to love those
This sounds so good, and looks so easy! I’m definitely gonna make this! Thanks for the yummy treat!
my mouth is watering…cant wait to try this!
I haveeee to try this… dunkaroos were my fave!
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