Thursday, March 13, 2014

Cheesecake Batter Dip

I think you could probably put batter or dough in the title of almost any dessert and everyone would be intrigued enough to peruse the recipe.  Even though there's always been the rule "don't eat raw dough because it contains raw eggs" I believe everyone is guilty of sneaking at least one bite of dough or batter at some point.  Me, I'm guiltier than others, because I constantly find myself propped up by the mixer sneaking one bite after another.  It's just so addicting.
Now, what's better than raw dough or batter?  Well, how about an eggless batter that is actually meant to be eaten raw?  `But not just any raw batter.  What about a cheesecake batter.  And I didn't stop there.  It's actually cheesecake batter dip.


Oh my gosh, right?  And as if that isn't fun enough, this dip is packed full of colorful sprinkles, making it fun and easy to look at.

Just when you thought things couldn't get any better.  This dessert is no-bake and comes together in under 10 minutes.  Making this a ideal option for a quick dessert for an unexpected guest, a sweet treat to crave that sugar craving, girl's night out, showers, birthdays, and St. Patrick's day.
This fun dip has all the colors of the rainbow in it making it a perfect dessert for your St. Patrick's day celebration.  The flavor can be customized to your taste by simply changing the cake mix flavor.  To make this extra festive, a drop or two of green food coloring would do the trick.

Serve this with graham crackers to get the full cheesecake experience, but it's also terrific with pretzels, fresh fruit, and vanilla wafers.

Cheesecake Batter Dip
Ingredients:

1 Stick cream cheese
1 Cup plain Greek yogurt
1 2/3 Cup cake mix of you choice
1/3 Cup powdered sugar
1 Tsp vanilla
1/4 Cup fresh whipped cream
1/4 Cup sprinkles

Directions:

Place cream cheese in a medium bowl and beat on high for 30 seconds.  Add the Greek yogurt and beat to incorporate.  Add the powdered sugar and mix until just combined, followed by the cake mix and beat until mixed.  Add the vanilla and mix to combine.  Fold in the fresh whipped cream.  Once the whipped cream is incorporated, fold in the sprinkles and mix until evenly incorporated.

Serve with fresh fruit, pretzels, graham crackers or vanilla wafers.

Recipe source: A Lynsey Original

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