Who needs cake when there’s so much more you can do with the premade mixes? Make a box cake better by putting together desserts simple since you already have most of the dry ingredients done. Need cookies in a hurry? Then whip up 3-ingredient cake mix cookies. You don’t even need to bake cake batter truffles – just stir the ingredients together, form into balls, then bathe in melted candy coating. That’s the same idea with cake batter cracker dip – the mix provides the flavor that you use to spike other ingredients – with this recipe, it’s whipped cream. For something really fun, break out the waffle iron and make cake mix waffles. Any flavor will do!
Hankering for homemade cookies? You can make these 3-ingredient cake mix cookies from Somewhat Simple with fixings you probably already have on hand. Stir together the cake mix of your choice – lemon, Funetti, chocolate or strawberry – eggs and vegetable oil. That’s it. Roll batter into balls and bake. Cookies are done!
Cream together butter and sugar along with cake mix, flour and vanilla. Form the batter into small balls. Chill. Dip the buttery balls into melted candy coating. You can even add sprinkles on top for an extra dose of flare. You might want to make a double batch of these cake batter truffles from The Girl Who Ate Everything since they’ll probably be gone in a hurry!
These cake mix waffles from Betty Crocker make for a fun breakfast, snack or dessert. And you can use any flavor you want – maybe carrot cake and then pair it with sliced apples. Or what about lemon and then add fresh raspberries and whipped cream. For something really decadent, use Devil’s Food cake mix and then add a scoop of ice cream, chocolate sauce and miniature chocolate chips.
Create a thick roll dough using Rainbow Chip Cake mix, yeast, warm water, vanilla and flour. Knead into a ball and allow to rise until doubled in size. Roll out the dough and then spread with butter and sprinkle with yellow cake mix, cinnamon and sprinkles. Spiral the dough and then cut into rolls. Let the rolls rise until they’re doubled in size and bake these cake batter cinnamon rolls from Chef-in-Training.
Add a burst of flavor to ho-hum popcorn by following the directions to this cake batter popcorn from Spicy Southern Kitchen. Pop up plenty of popcorn. Melt white chocolate coating in the microwave and then stir in yellow cake mix. Drizzle the popcorn with the candy coating and then add sprinkles and nonpareils. Allow the candy coating to set and then break apart and serve.