This Peeps Funfetti Dip is the perfect Easter treat! It requires minimal ingredients, tastes like cake batter, and makes a great kid-friendly dessert!
This Peeps Funfetti Cake batter dip is so fun and festive for your springtime celebrations! It’s incredibly easy to make and feeds a crowd, making it the perfect dessert option for Easter. It’s easy enough that the kids could make it while you are getting the Easter brunch or dinner ready. Isn’t it cute?
Ingredients for Cake Batter Dip
- Cream Cheese
- Funfetti Dry Cake Mix
- Powdered Sugar
- Colored Sugar
- Chocolate Chips
- Mixing Bowl
- Hand Mixer
How to Make Peeps Funfetti Cake Batter Dip
- After making the batter, if time allows, place it in the fridge for 30 minutes, up to an hour. This will make it easier to handle as the batter can be sticky. If you’re pressed for time, you could place it in the freezer for a few minutes.
- You can use saran wrap to help shape the bunny to eliminate some mess.
- Make sure to mix out all of the lumps from the batter before forming into shapes. It wouldn’t be super pleasant to bite into a clump of raw cake batter.
Serving and Storage:
Make Ahead: You can make the dip ahead of time, but it does thicken up as it sits, and the sprinkles from the cake mix will start to spread color into the dip some. I recommend making it as close to serving it as possible.
Serving: There are so many options to dippers to serve with this Peeps Dip. Some favorites are animal crackers (think dunkaroo dip 90s babies!), graham crackers, vanilla wafers, or fruit.
Storage: You can store your funfetti cake batter dip wrapped in saran wrap and in an airtight container for about two days.Print