Sweet Sunday!: Funfetti Whoopi Cake


Hi everyone!

Sunday is the day of fun, enjoying yourself with friends and not thinking about all the calories you eat. Sunday is my day of baking!

We found these Funfetti recipe online and decided to try them with a bit alteration. The recipe online says you should put buttercream in between the two cookies but we decided to put meringue cream. It tastes so much better and is a bit healthier than pure butter! And this is actually the first time that I succeed in doing proper meringue!

These were really fun to make, we used so many sparkles on them, we could never get enough! I’m usually more of a baking a pie or cupcakes kind of person so doing these were a nice change. They look cute for the holidays and you can make them with kids who will think the sparkles add some fun!



150g of sugar

65g of butter

1 egg white

1 egg

320g of flour

2 tsp of baking powder

1 tsp of salt

1 tsp of vanilla extract

160 ml of milk

Colored sprinkles


60g of sugar for every egg white



  1. Preheat your oven at 180-200°C
  2. Mix the softened butter and sugar together.
  3. Add the egg white and mix
  4. Add the other egg
  5. In another bowl, mix the flour, salt and baking powder
  6. Add half of this mixture to the sugar/butter/egg mixture
  7. Mix in half of the milk
  8. Add the vanilla extract and any other spices you might want to have
  9. Add the rest of the flour mix and the milk and mix until the batter is smooth and lump free
  10. Add as many sprinkles as you would like without mix to hard to not break and color the batter completely
  11. Form small round forms on a baking sheet and place in the oven for 12 min approx.
  12. Once they are baked through, let them cool on a tray before adding the meringue between two cake.

While the top and bottom parts are baking, you can whip of the egg whites until they are stiff. I generally eat my sugar up in the microwave or oven for a few minutes as I think it incorporates better in the meringue. When the eggs are stiff, add a bit at a time the sugar while you keep whipping. The meringue cream is ready when it forms a creamy but stiff point.


Remember you can follow me on Instagram @lifeinstylewithjen

Do you have a new holiday recipe you want to share?

Love, Jen xx


This post is part of the monthly Our Growing Edge that challenges you into trying new recipes every month. This month’s theme is Holiday Baking and is hosted by Lauren from Sweet and Southern Lifestyle.

You can check out Lauren’s blog here: http://sweetandsouthernlifestyle.com/

and Our Growing Edge here: http://bunnyeatsdesign.com/our-growing-edge/#menuopen


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