Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Funfetti Bark






Yep, I'm still on a bark craze. Well actually I made this when I made the Cupcake Bark because I wanted to play around with the idea. Not only am I now obsessed with bark but I have always been obsessed with cake batter. Yep, I'm a bowl licker. Many times I prefer the batter over the baked good...and I am well aware that that sounds just a tad bit crazy but I'll accept that.

Cake batter ice cream also happens to be my faaaavorite ice cream. Give me a pint of Edy's Light Take the Cake Ice Cream and call it a day. And...believe it or not...funfetti cake is my alltime favorite cake. Yeah, I realize it comes out of a box and I'm not a fan of using a boxed cake. I did find a pretty good homemade funfetti recipe that does the trick but every now and then...a girl needs a box of funfetti.

Yeah, this is what I call funfetti bark...proceed to drool.

Funfetti Bark
Dame Good

Ingredients:

3 cups white chocolate chips
3 tablespoons funfetti cake mix (dry)
sprinkles (nonpariels)

Directions:

Melt 3 cups of white chocolate in the microwave for 45 seconds at a time, stirring each time. It will take about 2-4 minutes. Once the chocolate is completely melted, stir in 3 tablespoons of the cake mix. When that is completely mixed in, stir in desired amount of sprinkles. Pour the chocolate on a baking sheet lined with wax paper. Top the bark with additional sprinkles. Put the chocolate in the fridge until it hardens, about 30-45 minutes. Once cool, break into uneven shards and store in airtight containers. Enjoy!

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6 comments:

How To Be Perfect said...

I'm loving your bark craze, this one is so cute and fun but the cupcake bark is still my favourite. x

Holly said...

I think my kids would freak over this!!! I'm totally gonna make it for them maybe for valentines day...

Kat said...

Cute! These would be perfect for a birthday party.

Miss. Tarrah Dame said...

thank you ladies! i have so many ideas for bark now im going a little insane :p

Stephanie said...

looks great! but then what do you do with the rest of the cake mix?

Miss. Tarrah Dame said...

you can save it for more bark or make cake mix cookies :)
http://damegoodeats.blogspot.com/2011/01/cake-mix-cookies.html

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