These funfetti recipes make special occasions extra special!
From brownies and cookies to popsicles and ice cream, they put the fun in funfetti.
Cakes, cookies, and baked goodies are mouthwatering as they are. But why not make them magical and add sprinkles?!
It’s a simple way to take a plain old cake and turn it into something Insta-worthy.
And no, these funfetti recipes aren’t just for kids – though they’ll love them, of course!
Everyone will want seconds when they get a look at these bright, scrummy, and colorful sweets.
What is Funfetti?
Funfetti is a generic term used to describe colorful baked goods. A portmanteau of the words “fun” and “confetti,” the effect is achieved by adding rainbow sprinkles to cake batter or cookie dough. To be considered funfetti, the sprinkles must be in the main part of the dessert rather than just on top.
If you’re interested in giving this trend a spin, browse through this recipe round-up for ideas!
25 Best Funfetti Recipes
This recipe makes raw yet perfectly edible cookie dough. Because why would you wait for cookies to bake when they taste amazing as dough?
I’ve always eaten cookie dough, but I appreciate the (possible) dangers. That’s why this edible cookie dough is such a lifesaver!
You get the same fantastic taste and texture without the pesky raw eggs!
And the sprinkles just make it more fun.
Your kids will look forward to waking up when these funfetti pancakes are on the table!
These flapjacks aren’t just tall and fluffy, they’re adorable, to boot.
Better yet, you can use any recipe you like – including a box mix! Just add sprinkles and pan-fry them as usual.
A word or warning: don’t add the sprinkles until you’re ready to cook the batter. The longer the sprinkles sit, the more the color will run.
These psychedelic cookie bars are almost too cute to eat! But they’re too scrumptious not to.
They’re soft, chewy, and wonderfully sweet!
If you’re hosting a rainbow or unicorn-themed party, these cookie bars are perfect. Not only will they fit the theme to a tee, but they’re also super easy.
All you’ll need here are a funfetti cake mix and basic pantry ingredients.
This cheesecake is smooth and creamy but bursting with a lively crunch from rainbow sprinkles!
It’s a simple way of transforming a classic dessert into a birthday cake.
Also, this recipe is a must-try if you’re not so crazy about one-dimensional textures.
Apart from the pop of color, the sprinkles give the cheesecake a crunchy textural contrast everyone will love.
These brownies aren’t brown, but they’re still wonderfully fudgy and chocolatey.
The secret is a combination of funfetti cake mix and white chocolate chips.
Together, they make chewy and decadent bars that’ll give the traditional brownie a run for its money.
Being healthy doesn’t have to be boring! So, if you’re trying to encourage your kids like granola bars, this recipe has your name on it.
They still have all the same nutritious granola elements, from the rolled oats to the nuts and everything in between.
The only difference is you’ll add funfetti cake mix and sprinkles to the mix.
Sure, it’ll add a few extra calories, but it’s still a lot more wholesome than chips!
If you’re the type who eats the frosting more than the cake, you have to have this cake batter dip.
Made with cream cheese, whipped cream, funfetti cake mix, and sprinkles, it tastes just like buttercream.
Serve it with sweet dippers like cookies, vanilla wafers, and Graham Crackers. Better yet, just grab a spoon and lick.
Hello, amateur bakers! Think you’re experienced enough to bake a cake from scratch?
Why not test your baking prowess with this funfetti cake recipe?
You’ll have to do everything yourself here, from baking the cake and making the frosting to assembling and decorating.
But don’t worry, it’s actually a lot simpler than you think.
Plus, just look at the finished product – this fantastic funfetti cake is beyond worth it.
As scrumptious as banana bread is, it’s not exactly festive. But rainbow sprinkles are an easy fix.
So, the next time you make a batch, add sprinkles and watch as everyone falls in love.
This banana bread has the same flavor and texture profile but is a bit sweeter and much more vibrant.
These fudge squares are soft, chewy, and oh-so-pretty.
Sweetened with white chocolate chips, sprinkles, and condensed milk, it’s definitely a sweet tooth’s dream dessert.
Rice Krispie treats are the sweet snack you make when you can’t afford to mess things up.
This recipe is so embarrassingly easy, all you need is to combine four ingredients in a bowl.
There’s literally no way to go wrong with marshmallows, Rice Krispies, fruity pebbles, and butter!
Yes, it’s possible for a funfetti dessert to be healthy – and these homemade popsicles are proof.
Made with Greek yogurt, milk, honey, and sprinkles, they’re creamy, crunchy, sweet, and refreshingly delicious.
13. Funfetti Cookies
Awaken your inner child with these delectable funfetti cookies!
Between the brown butter dough and rainbow sprinkles, they’ll melt in your mouth with fabulous flavor.
Could these funfetti cupcakes be any cuter? They’re just what you need if you’re hosting a slumber party!
Soft and fluffy vanilla cupcakes flecked with rainbow sprinkles and topped with silky buttercream frosting are just as yummy as they sounds.
The kids will rave about these cupcakes so much their parents will beg you for the recipe.
Are you curious to see if mug cake recipes actually work? Start with this one!
It’s surprisingly light and fluffy, and features classic cake flavors that’ll hit the spot.
Best served warm, it’s a terrific single-serve sweet.
If you prefer to drink your dessert, I present you this cake batter milkshake!
A blend of vanilla ice cream, milk, cake mix, and sprinkles, this will probably be the thickest and most decadent milkshake you’ll ever have.
Take it to another level with whipped cream, more sprinkles, and maraschino cherries. Yum!
If you need something different to serve with your mid-morning tea or coffee, try this fun and colorful funfetti biscotti!
Loaded with rainbow sprinkles and drizzled with white chocolate, these biscotti are begging to be shared.
18. Funfetti Nachos
You’re probably wondering what the heck nachos are doing in this list, but hear me out.
This recipe transforms the savory snack into a sweet treat you’ll never forget.
With crunchy cookie nachos for the base, fluffy meringue in the middle, and sweet strawberries and chocolate chips on top, they’re absolutely to die for.
Make breakfast the best part of your kids’ day with these mouthwatering funfetti waffles!
Just looking at these bright and colorful treats is enough to make me smile. And they taste even better than they look!
Top them with whipped cream and even more sprinkles, and enjoy.
These funfetti shortbread bites are outrageously addictive.
Don’t even try to resist these soft, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth morsels – believe me, all efforts will be futile.
With a mix of cream cheese, powdered sugar, funfetti cake mix, and butter, this cheese ball is one helluva tasty party treat.
Serve it with cookies, fruit, and Graham Crackers. Delish!
A fun mix of milk, cream, white chocolate, and vanilla, the base for this ice cream is super tasty.
Throw rainbow sprinkles into the mix, and it just gets better.
As a bonus, this recipe doesn’t require churning or an ice cream maker! Instead, just pop it in the freezer, and it’ll be ready for you the next day.
Move over, Oreos, these cookie sandwiches are ten times more delightful.
Two crunchy-chewy cookies filled with rich and creamy buttercream frosting…need I say more?
Oh yeah, and the sides are rolled in rainbow sprinkles for the perfect finishing touch.
Add color and excitement to traditional pound cake with a sweet vanilla glaze and rainbow sprinkles!
If you’re looking for a birthday cake recipe that doesn’t call for decorating skills, this one’s for you.
Just pour the glaze over the cake and top it with sprinkles. How easy is that?
These donuts are soft and fluffy with a luscious glaze and a crunchy topping.
Don’t worry if you’re not a pro at baking bread, you don’t need to be.
This recipe makes cakey donuts, which means there’s no kneading, rolling, or proofing dough involved!
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Let us improve this post!
Tell us how we can improve this post?