Wednesday, September 12, 2012

eat THIS: CAKE BATTER DIP

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So we've seen this recipe all over the internet and figured we'd give it a try. I was feeling all nostalgic
about my Dunkaroos days and Casey thought the recipe sounded amazing. And it totally helped that it
wasn't very many Points. We made two versions- a regular version and a gluten free version (because
Casey requires a gluten free diet).

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Ingredients:
1. 1/2 box of Funfetti cake mix (or gluten free cake mix)
2. 1 cup of fat free vanilla yogurt
3. 4 oz. Cool Whip
4. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
5. Colored sprinkles
6. Teddy Grahams (or gluten free Arrowroot cookies)

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Add the yogurt....

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And the Cool Whip and Vanilla....

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And move to a bigger bowl because you underestimated how much dip you would make...

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Add sprinkles....

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And put into a mason jar for cuteness!

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Serve with Teddy Grahams or graham cookies or arrowroot cookies and enjoy! If you don't eat all of
the dip in one sitting, store it in your fridge!

Makes 12 servings (per dip)
Serving Size: 1/4 cup
Calories: 105.6
Fat: 2g
Carbs: 20.3
Fiber: .3
Protein: 1.4 g
Points+: 3 points (dip only)

10 comments:

  1. oh yummy yum yum. I'm gluten free too, its good to know there is a version out there!

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  2. omg, that's adorable and sounds delicious too! thanks for sharing :)

    Zia
    singing-blue.blogspot.ca

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  3. This looks delish! And I love the new look! :)

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  4. This is delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe... I love finding recipes that have the points + values on them and that I have all the ingredients in the house :)

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  5. Wow! This looks crazy yummy! My bday was just last week but I'm sure it would be okay to extend and make myself this dip :D

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  6. When you say a cup, do you mean 1 cup as in a measuring cup, or one little container of yogurt?

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  7. This was okay... did not taste at all like I thought it would. BUT I did modify the ingredients some to make it a little better for you which was probably the problem. I used Greek vanilla yogurt and Pillsbury's sugar free vanilla cake mix. The cake mix is still sweetened with splenda so I'm pretty sure I failed by using Greek yogurt. Not bad but the tartness of the Greek yogurt might be too overpowering. I think I am going to add about a tsp more vanilla and see if that helps the flavor at all. Good luck!

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  8. Does there have to be yogurt?

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  9. I made this and it was terrible. It tasted NOTHING like the original stuff. It was bitter and grainy and it gave me terrible diarrhea. No lie. It's definitely not worth it to try. We just thew it out.

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