Gabby’s Crunchy Club: Funfetti Cake

 Pillsbury cake mix packaging. The type of cake mix I used.

Pillsbury cake mix packaging. The type of cake mix I used.

Gabby Flamish, Student Life Writer

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The back of the Funfetti box. This states the cook time for different size pans.

Hello guys and welcome back to this months edition of Gabby’s Crunchy Club! I wanted to wish you guys a happy new year and I hope you had an amazing night of celebration! For this fun occasion, I decided to make something in order the celebrate. For this month’s edition, I am making Funfetti cookies This cookie reminds me of the celebration of new years and the confetti of course.

 

I will be using the classic Pillsbury Funfetti cake mix. This mix is available in most places like Target, Giant, Walmart, and other food retail stores. Here’s the recipe:

 

Ingredients:

1 cup of water

½ cup of oil

3 eggs

The box of cake mix

 

Instructions:

  1. Set the oven to 350 degrees
  2. Beat the cake mix, water, oil with a mixer on medium speed for two minutes
  3. Bake at 350 degrees ( Follow bake times above in image according to pan size). When inserting a toothpick into the center of the cake and comes out clean, the cake is done. Cool 10-15 mins before removing from pan. Let cool completely before frosting.

 

I actually was kinda confused while making this, It took me a couple of times to read over the directions because I was reading too fast. Eventually, I slowed down and read them completely and it was fairly simple. In the ingredients, it never mentions the type of frosting it recommended which I was surprised about because Pillsbury makes its own frosting. I ended up using the frosting that Pillsbury makes.

 

As for the cake itself, it was actually delicious. I am personally not a big fan of making things from a box but this one surprised me. The texture was fairly good as it was not very dry, and the color was kind of all over the place because of the “ confetti” in the cake which colors bled into the other parts of the cake. Otherwise, I have no real complaints about this cake.

 

Overall I would rate this a solid 7/10 and would recommend this cake! Thank you for reading this months edition of Gabby’s Crunchy Club!

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