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Dunkaroo Dip Recipe

We're bringing this funfetti Dunkaroo dip to every party from now on.

Dunkaroo Dip Recipe
Dunkaroo Dip Recipe
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The 90s called, and they want you to make this Dunkaroo Dip.

We remember this zany snack food fondly, and so we were thrilled to find out that it's easy to make a DIY version at home. This fluffy funfetti dip is absolutely as good as (or better than?) the frosting dip you remember. And the animal crackers add that touch of nostalgia that we all crave from time to time.

This Dunkaroo dip is a great treat to make for an after school snack, and it also works well for parties. Whether you're throwing a kids birthday bash or a 90s throwback potluck, this recipe is sure to be a hit.

Serves8

Preparation Time5 min

Chilling Time1 hr

Cooking Time5 min

Difficulty LevelEasy

Ingredients

  • 1 box Funfetti cake mix
  • 1 1/3 cup vanilla yogurt
  • 2 cups Cool Whip
  • 1/2 cup (or more!) rainbow sprinkles

Dunkaroo Dip Recipe

Instructions

  1. Mix all of the ingredients (except for the sprinkles) together in a bowl until completely combined and no lumps remain.

  2. Mix in ¼ cup sprinkles.

  3. Place in fridge for 1 hour.

  4. Garnish with remaining sprinkles.

  5. Serve with animal crackers!

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Dunkaroo Dip is back and better than ever. The kids love Funfetti cake so that being the base insured a hit. This recipe comes together so quick and easy, and it is so much fun introducing another generation to this delightful treat. The kids just love dipping the animal crackers. Yup, Auntie delivers again with a sweet treat.

This was so yummy! The dip is really light and fluffy, and it's so good with the animal crackers. Definitely a great throwback recipe.

As a child of the 90s, this recipe is a dream come true!

YUM! This was delicious and so nostalgic! I agree with Mark---it was less sugary than the original dip, which was such a relief!

I really liked how light and fluffy this was! It was a bit too sweet for my taste, but definitely reminiscent of the treat from my childhood.

This tasted similar to box cake batter, particularly that kind with the rainbow sprinkles. I wish it tasted a bit more like frosting than batter but I still gobbled it up. It's a fun party treat for sure!

OMG - Dunkaroos are back! This dip tastes just like the treat I remember from childhood!

This was just like I remembered! Granted, I'm older now and am less able to handle the sugar, so I couldn't have too much. But it was light and delightful.

Honestly, this was even better than the OG Dunkaroo dip. Less sugary. I couldn't stop eating it!

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