Confetti Sprinkle Cake Batter Brownies – these are ooey gooey good!
Do you know how much I love cake batter? No. Well let me tell you.. I love cake batter!
I can eat cake batter brownies, cookies, cupcakes, cake, pudding, popcorn, milkshakes. If it begins with the word “cake batter” I’m in 100%. I even (guiltily) enjoy a bowl of just cake batter, to be enjoyed with a spoon, or your tongue as you look around to make sure noone is watching you act like a human dishwasher (totally ok, do it all the time, I’ve even been caught a few times, just ignore it and keep going).
Now you can call them blondies if you want, but I’m going to go with brownies because it feels more comfortable. A vanilla brownie, let’s call it that. Or a albino brownie, we can do that. I’ve googled this brownie vs blondie debate and the wounds go deep with those on both sides, but I think we can come together and just enjoy this. Let’s just call this amazing, because that’s what it is. I am pretty sure these bake batter brownies can stop wars. In fact, I am going to send a letter to the White House letting them know of this. Thank me later POTUS!
So let’s begin baking these beauties.
Then before you eat all the cake batter, put it in a baking dish. I used a 11x9ish dish and I feel this made them just the right amount of soft and gooey that I wanted. Put in the oven.
Now wonder around your house while cake batter fills the air. During this time I like to lay near the kitchen, close my eyes and enter a magical world of rainbow happiness.
And when it’s time…
These gorgeous cake batter brownies will appear!
You want to keep them in the oven just until the edges are very slightly brown. 25-30 minutes, mine took 26 minutes to be very exact.
Then let them cool. During this time just sit near them and stare lovingly at them.
Cats will show up and marvel at the wonder you just created! Then hug your cats because this is a great day.
Don’t you just love how it bubbles up slightly around the edges to give it a nice soft crust? Oh it’s lovely.
When they’re cool, you can cut into brownies. You can cut the into small squares or go big.
Then serve yourself one as soon as possible. It’s like when you’re on a airplane and they tell you to first put the oxygen mask on yourself, then your child. This is the same exact thing. You eat the first cake batter brownie. Children come later.
Can we talk about how gooey the middles are? It’s the perfect combination. The edges are firm, enough to cut and move around, but the middles still have that cake batter that brings sunshine to my life.
Hello Pretty Princess!
When Matthew got home, the first thing he asked was “What is that smell?”. I answered “Perfection”. Then smiled creepily because I was in a sweet high coma.
These are perfect for parties, dessert after dinner, a gift to your friend (you can sneak
one two before giving) or just a Thursday because Wednesday wasn’t a good day.
And when there’s only one left, please wrestle anyone in your way to get it!
Confetti Cake Batter Brownies
- 1 box Confetti/Funfetti cake mix
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1 egg
- 1/3 cup milk
- 1/4 cup rainbow sprinkles
- 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Spray 11x9 baking pan with nonstick spray.
Combine cake mix, vegetable oil, egg and milk into a bowl. Mix around.
Add sprinkles and white chocolate chips, continue to mix.
Pour into baking pan, sprinkle a few more rainbow sprinkles on top.
Bake 25-30 minutes until your edges are slightly brown.
Allow to cool, then cut into brownies.