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Pillsbury Just Introduced Funfetti Blondie Mix

Pillsbury Just Introduced Funfetti Blondie Mix
Posted at 7:02 PM, Jul 08, 2020

Nothing makes a treat even more special than Funfetti. Simply adding the colorful sprinkles to whatever you’re making can jazz up just about anything, from dessert to breakfast.

While there are already dozens of Funfetti products on the market, Pillsbury is adding yet another one to their list: blondie mix! Funfetti blondie mix is a blend of vanilla and colorful candy-coated chips, and it sounds like an easy way to whip up a fun, festive dessert.

The mix is available now at Publix, Menards and Food Lion, but will arrive on other store shelves this September. One box makes a 13-by-9 pan of blondies — just mix them up, pop them in the oven, slice them and you’ll have a yummy treat for the whole family. A box sells for $2.15-$3.25, according to Pillsbury.


The new blondie mix joins tons of other Funfetti products from Pillsbury, including Funfetti pancake and waffle mix, Funfetti Unicorn mix and Funfetti Galaxy mix.

While both the unicorn and galaxy mix are filled with Funfetti, the unicorn mix is also strawberry-flavored and makes a pink cake for an extra colorful treat. You can also find both unicorn and galaxy frosting, which are pink and blue respectively.


Pillsbury has introduced around 40 different Funfetti products over the years, from brownies to cookies and even frosting. You can find Funfetti frosting in blue, yellow, aqua blue, bold purple, hot pink, vibrant green and radiant red.


Pillsbury is not the only brand to add colorful sprinkles their products, however. Krusteaz makes a gluten-free “confetti” pancake mix, and Pop Secret has a Popfetti popcorn.

You can also pick up some Funfetti cereal and Funfetti Coffee Mate creamer if you want to start your day with Funfetti for your coffee and your breakfast.

Coffee mate

Of course, you can also make your own Funfetti treats, like these Funfetti cake batter cookie bars or these Funfetti shortbread cookie bites.

What is your favorite way to enjoy Funfetti?

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