4 Ingredient Cranberry White Cake #foodfunhop

You only need 4 ingredients to make this delicious mini layered cake. Egg Free, light and very easy to bake. This mini layered cake is around 170 Calories as it has only cake mix, water, Plain NON-Fat Greek yogurt & Newman’s Own Organics dried fruit. Don’t be afraid to experiment; have fun baking! If you have any questions please feel free to comment below.

4 Ingredient Cranberry White Cake
Recipe Type: Desert
Author: Angie Ramirez
Prep time: 15 mins
Cook time: 30 mins
Total time: 45 mins
Serves: 4
  • 1 Cake Box Mix
  • 1 Cup of Water
  • 2/3 Cup of Plain NON Fat Greek Yogurt
  • 1/3 Cup of Newman’s Own Organic Dried Cranberries (Optional)
  • Circle Cookie Cutter
  1. Preheat Oven at 350F.
  2. Mix cake mix, water, yogurt & cranberries on a mixer at medium speed.
  3. Grease cake pan and bake as directed on box; or until toothpick comes out clean.
  4. Let cake cool on cooling rack.
  5. Once cooled, use a circle cutter to cut cake circles. Depending on the cake width you may want to level it off and cut to desire width.
  6. Layer the cakes, add Fat Free Cool Whip and garnish with Newman’s Own Organics Cranberries.
Calories: About 170

Newman’s Own Organics fruit line includes Cranberries, Berry Blend and Apple Rings. All of them had a great taste and my little family loved it specially when I used the cranberries on the mini cake I baked. I highly recommend buying Newman’s Own Organics products specially because its organic.

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  • Oh my goodness! That looks crazy good!ReplyCancel

  • I love this and so would my running group. This would be such a hit for our post-run social coffee talk hour. I love that you used Greek yogurt instead of egg and oil. Did you use non-fat plain Greek yogurt? could you use non fat vanilla Greek yogurt too?ReplyCancel
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    • Angie

      Hi Denise
      I used plain-non fat Greek yogurt but You can try any type of Greek Yogurt or any cake mix flavor. I love experimenting.
      Thanks so much for stopping by.
      XO AngieReplyCancel

  • Jemima Puddleduck

    I’d eat it alone as a snack and use it in baking breads and muffinsReplyCancel

  • Jessica Snook

    I would eat it as a snack or add it to oatmeal. Your cake looks delicious!ReplyCancel

  • tina bob

    I think i will eat it as a snackReplyCancel

  • Marti Parks

    I would bake them into some cookies.ReplyCancel

  • I would make cookies.ReplyCancel
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  • I’d love to add the dried berries to homemade granola! Yummy!

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  • I would probably make your cake!ReplyCancel
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  • Theron Willis

    I would use Newman’s Cranberries in my morning oatmeal.

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  • Ann Fantom

    I would snack on them. Maybe bake some cookies…ReplyCancel

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  • Shannon Baas

    i’d use it on salads.ReplyCancel

  • Susan F

    I would eat dried fruit as a snackReplyCancel

  • Kyl Neusch

    eat as snackReplyCancel

  • Suzanne K

    snack for sure, they wouldn’t last long enough to be used in any recipeReplyCancel

  • Christine

    as a snackReplyCancel

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  • Deborah Wallin

    I would either snack on them, or add them to a salad.ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia C

    I’d bake cookies and eat it as a snack.ReplyCancel

  • Seyma Shabbir

    German almond fruit breadReplyCancel

  • Tt

    I would make oatmeal cookies and muffins with dried fruitReplyCancel

  • Found you via Flamingo Toes linky party- clicked because I am NO cook and the sound of “4 ingredient cake” was up my alley! 🙂
    Thanks for posting this! I’m pinning it. I’m excited to try it sometime.


  • Ellen Levickis

    i would certainly try your recipe! i love love love recipes with few ingredientsReplyCancel

  • Dorothy Doll

    I would probably eat them as a snack.ReplyCancel

  • Audrey

    I would maybe make some cookies or granola with them.ReplyCancel

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  • Kat Riley

    I would most likely snack on them.ReplyCancel

  • Jacob LaFountaine

    Throw some in oatmeal cookiesReplyCancel

  • I would make muffins for breakfast.Pancakes would be good too.ReplyCancel
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  • Katie R

    I would bake it into muffins or mix it in my oatmealReplyCancel

  • Marianna

    Cookies or eat it as a snackReplyCancel

  • susan varney

    i eat it for a snackReplyCancel

  • Kristy thiel

    that looks delicious. I’d make cookies!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I would eat it as a snack.ReplyCancel

  • Laura P.

    I would eat it as a snack or as part of a salad.ReplyCancel

  • ky2here

    Absolutely part of an excellent snack – they’re great as is.

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  • Stephanie Hungerford

    It really depends on how much I got. I do love to add fruit and nuts to my baked goods so I would probably back with some. But I also love to snack on dried fruit so It would really depend on the mood I was in that day.ReplyCancel

  • Caryn S

    I’d snack on some and bake with someReplyCancel

  • Tara Woods

    I would add them to muffins.ReplyCancel

  • Emily Robison

    I would put those dried cranberries in my salad or just eat them as a snackReplyCancel

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    I would eat it as a snackReplyCancel

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  • Jennifer Reed

    I would most likely just eat them as snacks but the recipe I found for ROSEMARY CRANBERRY COOKIES from Newman’s Own site looks good.
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  • Jennifer

    I would make breakfast muffins!ReplyCancel

  • Ronda

    I would love these as a snack.


  • SMoore

    I would definitely try your recipe. It looks absolutely delicious. Of course, while baking, I would have to have some of the fruit as a snack. I lofve the entire Newmans Own line including feeding my dog their pet foods!ReplyCancel

  • Gianna

    As a snack and I would try it in my muffin recipe.ReplyCancel

  • Shannon

    I’d most likely have them as is for snacks but if I made a dessert it would involve apples and cinnamonReplyCancel

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    I would eat them from the box. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyCancel

  • Teresa Thompson

    Eat it as a snack.ReplyCancel

  • Robert Pyszk

    I would bake some cranberry muffins 😀ReplyCancel

  • Aaron Bretveld

    We would probably just eat it as a snackReplyCancel

  • Paula Tavernie

    Id eat as a snack!
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  • Oatmeal white chocolate cranberry cookies.ReplyCancel
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  • Tegan

    Probably would eat as a snack and put some in my oatmeal cookies!ReplyCancel

  • Brenda Elsner

    I would eat it as a snack!!ReplyCancel

  • Barb K

    Not sure what recipe i would make but I know I would eat them as a healthy snack.ReplyCancel

  • That white cake looks delicious : ) I would eat the dried fruit as a snack and use it for muffins.ReplyCancel

  • kelly nicholson

    What would you bake or cook with Newman’s Own Organics? or would you eat it as snack?


  • Rachel Newman

    I would put it on ice cream – like I do with everything!ReplyCancel

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    Chocolate bark with fruit and nutsReplyCancel

  • Jennifer J

    I would eat them as a snack. Thank you!ReplyCancel

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    id eat them like a snack 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Yurga

    cookies with dried fruit and white chocolate chips!ReplyCancel

  • Kaitlin

    I’d eat it as a snack–yum, fruit!ReplyCancel

  • Breanne

    I’d bake with itReplyCancel

  • Wow, so cute and totally delicious looking!!!ReplyCancel
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  • This cake sounds awesome! I think I might have to try making this with my little daughter – sounds easy enough for her. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tammy S

    I can’t wait to make this cake. I love cranberries. It isn’t often I find a good recipe for something using cranberries. Thanks!ReplyCancel