Cake Batter Cookie Cake Pie with Cake Batter Ice Cream

If you could only eat one flavor of dessert for the rest of your life, what would it be? If you said cake batter, this recipe is for you.

Two boxes of cake mix equals four distinct layers of cake batter awesomeness with a side of cake batter goodness. Let’s break it down: cake mix crust, birthday cake cookies, cake, cake mix frosting, and cake mix ice cream. Now this recipe is a bit a more complex than what I usually get myself into, but, oh man, is it worth the extra effort. Get ready, cuz here it comes:

Cake Batter Cookie Cake Pie with Cake Batter Ice Cream

 Cake Batter Cookie Cake Pie with Cake Batter Ice Cream
(12 servings)


Ice Cream (Cuisinart basic vanilla recipe, plus sprinkles and cake mix)

2c heavy whipping cream

  • 3/4c sugar
  • 1c whole milk
  • pinch salt
  • 1/2 box (approx. 7.6oz) yellow cake mix
  • 1/4c sprinkles


  •  1/2 box (approx. 7.60z) yellow cake mix
  • 1/2T butter, softened
  • 1 egg
  • 1 yolk
  • flour, for dusting


  • 1 package Pillsbury Ready To Bake!® Birthday Cake Cookies


  •  1/2 box (approx. 7.6oz) yellow cake mix
  • 1/2c water
  • 2.5T oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 white


  •  1/2 box (approx. 7.6oz) yellow cake mix
  • 4T butter
  • 1/4 to 1/3c whole milk


Ice Cream

  1.  Whisk together cream, sugar, milk, and salt. Let chill in fridge for 2 hours or overnight.
  2. Pour liquid into ice cream maker and allow to churn until ready (about 10 to 15 minutes.) When you are close to taking the ice cream out of the ice cream maker, add in cake mix and churn until combined.
  3. Let set in freezer 2-4 hours and then stir in sprinkles. Leave in freezer until ready to eat.

Cookie Cake Pie

  1.  Preheat oven to 350 and grease 9-inch, deep-dish pie plate.
  2. Combine all ingredients except flour in medium bowl until it forms a dough. On a floured surface, roll out dough to pie crust size and lay into pie dish.
  3. Break apart cookie dough and smash even layer into pie crust.
  4. Combine all ingredients for cake mix with electric mixer—on low for 30 seconds, and then on medium for 1 and a half minutes. Pour cake mix on top of cookie layer.
  5. Cover crust with foil and bake for 35 to 40 minutes (removing foil after about 25 minutes) until cake golden brown and springs back when you touch it.


  1. Soften butter and whip with electric mixer until smooth.
  2. Add cake mix and milk and beat on medium high until frosting is fluffy and spreadable. (You may need to add more milk.)
  3. Frost cooled cookie cake pie and top with more sprinkles.

Sometimes there are just no words. This is one of those times. Let’s not waste any time on exposition when you could be eating this instead.


Cake Mix + Waffle Iron = Best Food Hack Ever.


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Cool Whip Funfetti Whoopie Pies

“You can’t have a pie [whoopie or otherwise] without Cool Hwhip.” –Stewie Griffin

Have you been contemplating trying out a Whoopie Pie recipe only to be overwhelmed by the number of ingredients and the work involved? I have a solution!

A. Come visit me, and I shall bake some for you! Or save the gas money and…

B. Follow this quick and easy recipe:

Bunny trail: I tried to combine “quick and easy” to form a new word, but all I came up with was “queasy” and “easick.”  Yea, not what I’m going for. Anypie…

This recipe only has 6 ingredients: Funfetti cake mix, Cool Whip, eggs, nonpareils sprinkles, more cake mix and…more Cool Whip. I suppose that’s technically 4 ingredients, but the “more” cake mix and Cool Whip are kind of a separate entity. You’ll see.

Cool Whip Funfetti Whoopie Pies
(makes about 20 pies)


– 1 box Funfetti cake mix

– 1 tub (8oz) Cool Whip, thawed

– 2 eggs

– Lots and lots of nonpareils

– ½-3/4c cake mix, sifted (Wondering what to do with the left over cake mix? How about this, this, or this.)

– 1 tub (8oz) Cool Whip, thawed


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and prep baking sheets with parchment.

2. Mix box of Funfetti cake mix, tub of Cool Whip and 2 eggs until combined.

3. Chill dough for an 30 minutes to an hour.

4. Using your 1.5T cookie scoop, scoop in to balls.

5. Rolls those cookies in the nonpareils and place on cookie sheet.

6. Bake for 13 to 15 minutes. Remove from sheet and let cool on cooling rack.

7. Meanwhile, mix remaining tub of Cool Whip and extra cake mix. (You’ll have to decide how cake-y you want the Cool Whip to taste).

8. Spread the cake-y Cool Whip between two Funfetti cookies and you are good to go.

Oh my gosh, this is like eating a crunchy cloud filled with the hopes and dreams of little children.

I like the versatility of this recipe. If Funfetti isn’t your bag, you can use your favorite flavor cake mix. Not into nonpareils? Roll the balls of cookie dough in powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar, cocoa, etc. However you choose to personalize these pies, I’m sure the results will be just as awesome.

For more whoopie pie in the sky recipes, visit The Cereal Baker.

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Worms In Dirt Cupcakes

In Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs the first essential need that a human must have to sustain life is food, shelter, and all the basic necessities of life. Andrew’s hierarchy of needs begins and ends with gummy worms and cupcakes, how convenient that this dessert has both of them! Amy from VeryCulinary made these Worms In Dirt Cupcakes and I have fell in love with them ever since! It is just your regular cake/cupcake mix that has been frosted and topped with gummy worms that seem to be crawling out of their Oreo crusted dirt! What more do you need in life?