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    15 Easy Desserts You Can Make From Boxed Cake Mix

    Your favorite dessert, reinvented.

    1. No-Bake Funfetti Fudge

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    It's now socially acceptable to eat raw cake batter. Recipe here.

    2. Cake Batter Milkshake

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    Why eat your cake when you can drink it instead? Make yours like this.

    3. Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs

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    It's like summer on a stick. Recipe here.

    4. Funfetti Cakeballs

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    Just add a stick and you have your very own cake pops. Make them like this.

    5. Zebra Cake

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    It's surprisingly easy, and very impressive. Make it like this.

    6. Funfetti Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    What happens when chocolate meets funfetti? These cookies.

    7. Instant Pudding Chocolate Cake

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    Your roommates don't have to know a box was involved. Recipe here.

    8. 3-Ingredient Dunkaroo Dip

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    Throw it back to your childhood with this easy recipe.

    9. Funfetti Pancakes

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    Taste the rainbow and stack these to the ceiling. Recipe here.

    10. Chocolate Pumpkin Muffins

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    These muffins require only two ingredients. Recipe here.

    11. Mini Funfetti Cheesecakes

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    These are almost too cute to eat. Recipe here.

    12. Improved Funfetti Cupcakes

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    Making cake mix with milk, butter, and an extra egg will make it taste straight-up homemade. Try it here.

    13. Cookie Butter Cake Balls

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    When cookie butter is involved, nothing can go wrong. Recipe here.

    14. Cake Batter Funfetti Waffles

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    Who doesn't love turning breakfast into dessert? Make it here.

    15. Double-Glazed Funfetti Donuts

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    Making homemade donuts has never been so easy. Make yours like this.

    Original article by Aly Sebold for Spoon University.

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