Dirt Dessert. Perhaps "Down and Dirty Dessert" would be a better name for this delicious concoction, because you're going to want to put a spoon in each hand and go to town! This easy summer dessert features alternating layers of crushed Oreos and a chocolate pudding mixture. It is made to look like dirt, complete with (gummy) worms!
See more ideas about Food, Recipes, Dirt dessert. Kids will get a kick out of this chilled dessert made from vanilla pudding, whipped topping, and a layer of chocolate cookie crumbs on top. This dirt dessert recipe is a great cooking activity for kids. You can have Dirt Dessert using 4 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Dirt Dessert
- Prepare of a quick snack everybody's sure to love.
- It’s 2 1/2 packages of vanilla wafers.
- Prepare 5 each of orio cookies.
- Prepare 3 box of any kind of instant pudding mix, preferably vanilla.
Made with chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos, and gummy worms, these pudding dirt cups are as fun for the kids to make as they are tasty. When you take both hands, move things left and right and go right down the middle. This Dirt Pudding brings joy wherever it goes. If given the choice, the Mr.
Dirt Dessert step by step
- Crumble the vanilla wafers and the orios in a blender or hand mash till they are finally blended like sand.
- mixed your pudding mix together as its directed on the box, be sure to add the powder before the milk, itll prevent any lumps..
- Be sure to grab your favorite container I like to use buckets that you would normally use at the beach. Begin to put the pudding in first and start layering, be sure to leave enough of the cookie crumbles to add for your topping..
ALWAYS picks this Dirt Pudding over any other dessert. A fun dirt dessert visual recipe for my speech and language students! You'll be surprised at the comments of your "Dirt" Dessert! Download Dirt dessert stock photos at the best stock photography agency with millions of premium high quality, royalty-free stock photos, images and pictures at reasonable prices. Mom: "You're making…dirt cake…for Easter dessert?" Maybe it was because he was always surrounded by dust and dirt from the dessert that the water was a nice change.