Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Cake Batter Dip (3 ingredients)

AAHHH - the kids are in school and you have time to unwind.  How about
whipping up this simple snack to enjoy yourself today??? 

Here's an E-Z, P-Z...quick and delicious snack recipe. 

I know this isn't a 'new' kind of recipe as it's all over the net, but there are different versions and this is one I love. 

It's simply dry cake mix, combined with yogurt and whipped topping!

Use whatever kind of cake mix you'd like...
Funfetti...Cherry Chip...Chocolate...Whatever!
I used a Rainbow Chip mix that was on sale at my local grocery store.

This is great to whip up when you have unexpected company or want something quick to satisfy a sweet craving.

This simple recipe is in my newest cookbook too...it's one of 13 appetizers - all have 5 or fewer ingredients! 
(for more info about "Love at First Bite", click here). This recipe was first shared with me by my faithful foodie friend, Sandy.

Here I share a version using the whole cake mix, or just partially, so you can feed a few or many. 


1 (18 ozs) box cake mix
(you choose the flavor)
1-1/2 c. (vanilla) (lite) yogurt
2 c. (fat free) frozen whipped topping, thawed

In large bowl, whisk all ingredients together in a bowl until smooth and blended.  Cover and refrigerate.  When ready to serve, sprinkle some
jimmies or edible 'fun' over the top if you want.  Serve with animal or graham crackers or vanilla wafers. 

Smaller Portion:

3/4 c. dry cake mix
6 Tb. plain (or vanilla) yogurt
3 Tb. whipped topping

In medium bowl, whisk all ingredients together until smooth. Refrigerate until ready to serve.