How to make HOMEMADE Dunkaroos that are the perfect lunch box snack

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How to make HOMEMADE Dunkaroos as a modern take on the popular 1990s lunchbox snack

  • Mum shares how to make Dunkaroo packs that are perfect to pack in lunchboxes
  • She scoops Betty Crocker vanilla frosting and sprinkles into one container half 
  • Then adds a generous amount of Teddy biscuits to the other container side  

A mum has shared how to make delicious DIY Dunkaroos that are perfect to pack in lunchboxes or simply whip up as an after school snack. 

Amanda used three affordable ingredients to create the homemade nostalgic 90s snack that consists of biscuits and sweet dip. 

To recreate the classic snack the mum-of-three filled one half of a container with a generous amount of Teddy biscuits.

A mum has shared how to make delicious DIY Dunkaroos that are perfect to pack in lunchboxes or simply whip up as an after school snack

A mum has shared how to make delicious DIY Dunkaroos that are perfect to pack in lunchboxes or simply whip up as an after school snack

She then scooped Betty Crocker vanilla frosting into the small compartment attached and sprinkled some hundreds and thousands on top. 

The Fuel Snack Container the mum used is only $7.95 and resembles a Dunkaroo pack with enough room to store the dip and biscuits. 

Amanda shared her DIY snack creation to a popular lunchbox inspiration Facebook page and received more than 1000 likes and hundreds of comments.

Amanda shared her DIY snack creation to a popular lunchbox inspiration Facebook page and received more than 1000 likes and hundreds of comments

Amanda shared her DIY snack creation to a popular lunchbox inspiration Facebook page and received more than 1000 likes and hundreds of comments

How to make homemade Dunkaroos:

Ingredients:

  • Teddy biscuits
  • Betty Crocker vanilla frosting 
  • Hundreds and thousands  

Method:

  1. Fill one half of a container with a generous amount of Teddy biscuits.
  2. Scoop Betty Crocker vanilla frosting into the small compartment attached to the container. 
  3. Sprinkle hundreds and thousands on top of the frosting compartment.

‘Cool idea! I love when I see people make their own cheaper and more environmentally friendly versions of snacks,’ a parent wrote. 

‘I just bought three Dunkaroos for $2 each for my boys, it’s not even worth it. I’m going to use this idea now,’ another wrote. 

‘Such a great idea. Cost effective and so easy to do. Thanks,’ a third wrote.  

One mum also revealed that she makes homemade Dunkaroos for her kids but adds a healthier twist and her kids don't even notice

One mum also revealed that she makes homemade Dunkaroos for her kids but adds a healthier twist and her kids don’t even notice

One mum also revealed that she makes homemade Dunkaroos for her kids but adds a healthier twist. 

Marie mixes fruit and yoghurt into a small amount of icing then places it into a container with biscuits for her children. 

‘I totally do this too, I mix yoghurt and fruit with a bit of frosting and my kiddos don’t even notice,’ she wrote. 

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