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Cake Batter Cracker Dip

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Love cake batter? Then this dip is for you! Serve with your favorite crackers or fresh fruit. It’s great for kids and adults!

Ingredients

  • 1 package (about 18 Oz. Size) Cake Mix, Any Flavor
  • 1-½ cup Plain Yogurt
  • 2 cups Whipped Topping

Preparation

In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients and mix until smooth and creamy. Chill for at least 1 hour before serving with your favorite crackers or fruit.

This will store up to 3 days in the refrigerator.

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mommysmenu on 2.4.2012

You could also mix in some powdered sugar if you want it sweeter.

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Stephanie on 2.1.2012

I would use vanilla yogurt. My dip turned out a little sour.

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Kelly on 4.14.2017

Really good! A different way to do dessert!

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tuzzi on 1.26.2013

Tried this dip at a party, it was a huge success. I made it with lemon. Had an assortment of fruits, crackers and even made little pie crust discs with sugar on them to scoop with.

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Amanda on 10.13.2012

Very versatile! The first time I added some peanut butter, and the second batch I used brownie batter. Both were delicious!

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Natalie on 4.8.2012

OMG this is soooo good! I served mine with sliced apples, strawberries & cinnamon graham crackers. Everyone loved it!

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S on 3.6.2012

This dip is AMAZING & ADDICTIVE! I made too much of it & there is a lot left in my fridge, for now :) I enjoy it just by the spoonful, but most of my guests ate it on cinnamon graham crackers.

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