Double Fudge Poke Cake
Expert tips: Be sure to poke cake 50 to 60 times so there is plenty of filling in cake. Betty Crocker™ devil's food cake mix also works in this recipe.
Butterscotch Pretzel Magic Cake
Expert tips: For best results, refrigerate for recommended time before serving. We tested with Mrs. Richardson's™ butterscotch caramel topping in our recipe testing. The entire jar was used in the recipe. Lastly, store cake loosely covered in refrigerator.
Lemon Cream Cheese Bundt Cake with Lemon Glaze
Expert tip: Mix up this basic recipe with different citrus fruits, like orange or lime. Also, grate the citrus peel right into the bowl with the other ingredients to keep all those bright citrus flavors from drying out in the air.
Raspberry Upside-Down Cake
Turn this cake over to reveal its sweet raspberry-almond surprise. It's a fabulous summer dessert when fresh berries are abundant!
Chocolate Chip Cake
This showstopping cake is the perfect thing to add to this week's baking agenda. Betty Crocker cake mix dotted with chocolate shavings and coated in a decadent buttercream will wow everyone at home—you can even drop off a slice with someone you love that's in the neighborhood.
Carrot Cake Rolls
This easier take on a Swiss Roll lets you brush up on your baking skills all afternoon! It's the perfect project to keep you occupied, and your sweet tooth satisfied.
Banana Upside-Down Cake
Combine everyone's two favorite desserts, banana bread and pineapple upside down cake, into one wow-worthy dessert that'll keep you occupied for a bit when you need to brighten up your afternoon.
A cute decorating project that will entertain for hours!
Have fun with the kids decorating these adorable cupcakes! Start with Betty Crocker Cake mix and you can bring all of their favorite zoo animals right to your kitchen!
This Fluffy Cake Is A Perfect Springtime Treat
The best way to add a little springtime flair to classic bakes? Berries! Grab your baking staple, Gold Medal Flour, and bake this simple from-scratch cake that has three types of in-season berries nestled inside. This is sure to earn a place in your permanent recipe rotation
A Berry Welcome Upgrade for Your Favorite Cake Mix
On the outside, this might look like any vanilla cake, but cut out a slice and you’ll see—and taste—what makes it special! Betty Crocker white cake mix bakes up fluffy and tender before being poked with a fork and drizzled with a sweet strawberry filling that takes this cake from simple to sensational. Top with frosting and fresh berries just because you can!
This Two-In-One Dessert Will Make Everyone Happy
Is it a cake? Or, is it bread? No matter how you classify it, this loaf is the perfect way to get creative with the Betty Crocker mixes and frosting you've got on hand. Grab Betty Crocker cake mix (whatever flavor you'd like) and rainbow sprinkle frosting and make this deliciously easy dessert!
Need a little comfort?
When you're in need of a pick-me-up, this creamy, dreamy lush is a perfectly sweet reason to smile. Turn to your pantry and pull out Betty Crocker's sugar cookie mix and begin mixing up this decadent dessert inspired by your inner child's favorite ice cream truck treat
Blueberry Lemon Poppyseed Bundt Cake
This perfect springtime cake is as pretty as it is easy. Lemon poppy seed cake bursting with fresh blueberries gets a lemony powdered sugar glaze that brings a spritz of citrus. The best part? You can make this beautiful Bundt with just eight simple ingredients.
Carrot Cake Bars with Cinnamon-Cream Cheese Frosting
You're just seven ingredients away from delicious carrot cake bars with a generous cream cheese swirl—it's a perfectly unique project to add some variety to your at-home baking excursions!
Chocolate-Toffee Crunch Layer Cake
This layered cake is pure chocolate confection. Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ chocolate cake mix gets an extra chocolaty plus-up from the addition of chocolate pudding before baking. A from-scratch dangerously good dark chocolate buttercream frosting covers the three layers of cake. The special addition that takes this dessert to the next level? A toffee bits crunch that’s sprinkled among the frosting in between the cake layers, and then piled atop the cake.