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Birthday Cake Dip: The Best School Treat

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Class treats for my daughters birthday

In celebration of my Little Man’s 8th Birthday, today I’m going to share with you my “go to” school birthday treat. It’s always a hit in the classroom. In fact, I’ve brought it for both kids’ birthday’s for a few years now! It’s become my trademark school treat!

I like to divide up the dip into those little plastic condiment cups (aka jello shot cups-I won’t judge! ha). I top each cup off with a few sprinkles.

 

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I include a bag of crackers of some sort. Usually Teddy Grahams. This  year, we used the Scooby Doo “bones” (graham crackers) which look really cute!

I found several different printed cups like shown in the picture at the Target Dollar Spot. For my son, they actually said, “Happy Birthday” on them which was nice! I use treat bags (found in the baking section) to wrap each snack cup.

I finish it off by tying some ribbon around each finished treat.

Ingredients:

  • 1 box of Funfetti Cake Mix
  • 1 container (3 cups or 225 g) Cool Whip
  • 1 1/2 cups vanilla yogurt-I use Greek Yogurt
  • Sprinkles…lots of sprinkles 🙂
  • Graham Crackers

Instructions

  • Use an electric mixer to mix together Funfetti cake mix, whipped topping and yogurt until combined (I like to use my Kitchenaide mixer)
  • Transfer mix to a serving bowl
  • Refrigerate dip uncovered for at least 15 minutes
  • Top with additional sprinkles and immediately serve

Birthday Cake Dip

With Aloha,

Lacy

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