3-Ingredient Champagne Cake Dip is an easy no-bake dessert to whip together for New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, or bridal showers. Perfect for dipping strawberries, graham crackers, and pretzels!
Hey all! Karen here, and I’m honored to help cap off one of the last Sugar & Soul recipe posts of 2016!
As you’ve probably guessed, I’m a writer, and the first to admit, I’m not a cook! I can throw together simple meals in the frying pan, but when it comes to the precision of following a recipe — measuring this, sifting that — I often lack the patience (and ingredients) to perfectly execute the instructions. Then when I’m done improvising and estimating my way through the process, I usually end up with something that looks or tastes a little… well… weird.
I don’t usually have to follow recipes in my day-to-day life, but whenever I’m invited to a party or gathering, I hate showing up empty-handed. Plus, I’d always prefer to present my hostess with something unique, something I can say that I made myself. That’s why I love finding simple recipes that are easy to share in a big group, especially if there’s no actual “cooking” involved at all!
I’m so excited to share with you this 3-Ingredient Champagne Cake Dip, just in time for New Year’s Eve. It’s festive, delicious, and of course, super easy to make
This dreamy dessert dip goes great with a glass of bubbly and fresh strawberries. It’s also delicious when enjoyed with graham cracker sticks or pretzels for a salty-sweet treat!
To whip up a batch of this indulgent dip, blend powdered cake mix with half a tub of pre-made frosting, then splash in the recipe’s star ingredient: pink champagne! (As an added bonus, you can drink the rest.) In minutes, you have a fluffy, festive dessert that’s totally portable and fun to share with your family and friends!
As the year and holiday season come to a close, it’s time to slow down and unwind. Whether you’d like to bring a dish to a gathering or you’re hosting your own, this no-stress 3-Ingredient Champagne Cake Dip is a perfect addition to any New Year’s Eve celebration. Throw it together, then relax; everyone will be so excited to dig in, they won’t even care that it took all of five minutes to make.