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6 Funfetti Recipes for Your Inner Child

6 Funfetti Recipes for Your Inner Child


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There’s no food that brings us more joy than funfetti. Its colors are wonderfully bright, its taste is so overly sweet that we can’t help but love it, and its sugar content literally makes us smile. This childhood favorite still holds a special place in our heart. Here are our six of our favorite ways to embrace our inner child by cooking with this amazing ingredient.

Fairy Bread

Funfetti is served in its most simple format in this classic Australian childhood treat. Whether you treat yourself to a slice of fairy bread for breakfast, or have it alongside a cup of coffee in the late morning, this pretty treat always makes us endlessly happy. We are keen to copy the Australian tradition and have this at every kid’s birthday party from now on.

For the Fairy Bread recipe, click here.

Funfetti Birthday Cake Waffles

Your weekend brunch waffles just got a dramatic improvement. Simply cook your boxed funfetti cake mix in your waffle iron and serve it with plenty of whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and extra sprinkles for the ultimate birthday (or just any day we’re happy to encourage such decadent daily behavior) breakfast.

For the Funfetti Birthday Cake Waffles recipe, click here.

Funfetti Protein Overnight Oats

Add a touch of naughtiness and fun to your sensible, healthy, wholesome overnight oats. Simple overnight oats are combined with sprinkles and a sweet frosting made of protein powder and almond milk. If you want to improve your breakfasts, but really are a health-obsessive at heart, then this is the way to go.

For the Funfetti Protein Overnight Oats recipe, click here.

Funfetti Strawberry Poke Cake

Mix together strawberry cake and funfetti cake, and you will have made the prettiest sweet treat that ever existed. Perfectly pink, with droplets of bright colors spread throughout, and topped with a sweet whipped cream, all our childhood dreams come true in this beautiful cake.

For the Funfetti Strawberry Poke Cake recipe, click here.

Funfetti Sugar Cookie Bars

We guarantee that these funfetti sugar cookie bars will make you as happy now as they would have done when you were a kid. Make them in a big batch, top them with buttercream and extra sprinkles, and take to a potluck or serve at the end of your next dinner party for the sweetest treat, which will thrill both kids and adults.

For the Funfetti Sugar Cookie Bars recipe, click here.

Gluten-Free Funfetti Cake Doughnuts

Just because you’re eating gluten-free doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the joy of funfetti. Use your favorite gluten-free cake mix, add in extra sprinkles as desired, and bake in your doughnut pan (if you don’t have one by now, it’s time to get one). Top with icing and an extravagant amount of colorful, glittering sprinkles.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


1st Birthday Smash Cake Tutorial + Simple Vanilla Cake recipe

My precious girl turned one last weekend! I seriously cannot believe how fast the past year has gone by. It seems like it was just the other day that we were bringing her home from the hospital, and making a pit stop along the way to pick up a big box of hot malasadas to celebrate. 😉

Have you ever had a malasada before? I&rsquod never had one until we moved out here to Hawaii. They are basically fried pieces of delicious sugary dough. Uh-mazing! But I digress&hellip

We decided to keep her actual birthday pretty low key and just stayed at home to let her play with her new toys, which my son and I were SO excited about. Probably more than her. 😉

He was excited to have presents around to open and play with, and I was excited about GIRL presents! She got her first Cabbage Patch Doll, which I couldn&rsquot wait to get for her since I loved mine when I was little.

Plus, Babyland General Hospital (where the Cabbage Patch Dolls are born) is just a little ways up the road from my hometown in Cleveland, Georgia. I&rsquom SO looking forward to taking my kiddos there one day!

We are having a birthday party for her in a couple of weeks with a luau theme, since she&rsquos our little Hawaiian-born baby.

I decided that I still wanted to do a little something special for her actual birthday, and I really wanted to try my hand at making her a smash cake. I had never made one before, and I had never really decorated a cake before either, aside from slapping on some icing with a spatula and going shake crazy with some sprinkles. 😉

I was ready to give it my best shot, though, and I ended up being pretty proud of my work! It actually isn&rsquot that hard at all, and while my cake certainly isn&rsquot anywhere near the quality of a professional&rsquos, I was still very happy with it, and so was our little birthday girl.


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