- 1 Dirt Cup Pudding Recipe Ingredients:
- 2 Dirt Cup Pudding Recipe Directions:
- 3 Super Easy-No Hassel Tip:
- 4 “Adult” Pudding Dirt Cups:
- 5 Dirt Cup Pudding Recipe
- 6 120+ Recipes to kick-start a teen chef’s culinary creativity and confidence
- 7 Something for everybody—
Dirt Cup Pudding is my kiddos favorite.
Even as they grow older, they don’t seem to outgrow their love for these dirt cup puddings–they even love to make them!
They ask for them for dessert, to share at birthday parties, the possibilities are endless.
I love that the preparation is almost non-existent!
They are sure to be a hit at your house too!
Dirt Cup Pudding Recipe Ingredients:
2 cups of cold milk
1 package (4 oz. serving size) instant pudding (chocolate flavor)
3-1/2 cups (8 oz. container whipped topping, thawed)
1 package (16 oz.) chocolate sandwich cookies (crushed into crumbs (use a Ziploc baggie))
10 paper or plastic cups (8 oz. size)
Dirt Cup Pudding Recipe Directions:
Pour the milk into a mixing bowl and add the pudding mix.
Beat with the wire whisk until well blended (about 2-minutes)
Let pudding stand for five minutes.
Stir whipped topping and 1/2 of the crushed cookies into the pudding (very gently) with rubber scraper until mixture is all the same color
Place about 1 Tablespoon of the remaining crushed cookies into the bottom of each cup
Fill cups about 3/4 full with pudding mixture. Top each cup with the rest of the crushed cookies.
Add gummy worms to decorate.
Put cups into the refrigerator for about one hour to chill them.
Super Easy-No Hassel Tip:
Buy prepared pudding cups and then add the toppings.
“Adult” Pudding Dirt Cups:
For an adult party these are fun too.
Try substituting 1/2 cup of Bailey’s Irish Cream for the rest of the milk.
1/2 cup Baileys + 1 1/2 cup milk.
Top with crushed Oreos and add the gummy worms!
Save time and start with pre-packaged pudding cups The Nutritional Information may not be accurate.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 76Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 59mgCarbohydrates: 14gFiber: 0gSugar: 6gProtein: 2g
Save time and start with pre-packaged pudding cups
The Nutritional Information may not be accurate.
120+ Recipes to kick-start a teen chef’s culinary creativity and confidence
From doing laundry to parallel parking, growing up requires teenagers to learn some very important life skills—none more important than cooking. The Complete Cookbook for Teens teaches young adults looking to advance their cooking knowledge with straightforward instructions and easy-to-make recipes.
Inside this cookbook for teens, young chefs will find tons of recipes for tasty classics like pizza, sandwiches, and pancakes, as well as information on different cooking techniques, kitchen safety tips, and how to properly set up a chef’s station.
In this cookbook for teens, they’ll even learn how to plate like a chef so that the whole family feels they’re dining out at a fine dining establishment.
Move over Mom and Dad, there is a new chef in town.
The Complete Cookbook for Teens includes:
120 and counting—
With so many delicious recipes, teens will fall in love with the art of cooking.
Something for everybody—
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The recipes in this cookbook for teens are assigned difficulty ratings to appeal to all skill levels and help teens build confidence in the kitchen.
When your young adult wants to get things cooking, The Complete Cookbook for Teens will help them enhance their culinary abilities.
Julee Morrison is a blogger, mother of six, who lives in the foothills of Virginia with their two dogs.
Her first book The Instant Pot® College Cookbook: 75 Quick and Easy Meals that Taste Like Home celebrates her family recipes and making quick meals everyone will love.
Her Second Book The How-To Cookbook for Teens gets teens in the kitchen to learn basic cooking skills.
Her writing has appeared on The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, Pop Sugar, SheKnows, Yahoo Shine, Love What Matters, Ellen Nation, and her recipes have been featured on Bon Appetite, SparkPeople, and The Huffington Post.