Dirt pudding

Last weekend, we went to the zoo and COSI (a science museum).  For a snack at both places, the Imaginative One tried dirt pudding.  He loved it because it had gummy worms, Oreos, and chocolate pudding.  Since he liked it, we decided to make some for dessert tonight. 


Stars of the recipe:

  • 1 small box of chocolate pudding (We used milk chocolate flavor.)
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 1 – 16 oz. container of Cool Whip
  • 10 to 15 Oreos
  • gummy worms


  1. Make up the chocolate pudding by following the directions on the package.  Put it to the side so it can be set up.
  2. Place Oreos in a Ziploc bag.  Crush up the Oreos.  (We used a meat tenderizer.)
  3. Fold in cool whip into the pudding.
  4. Place a third of the crushed Oreos and a few gummy worms on the bottom of a bowl.  Top with half of the pudding/Cool whip.
  5. Place another third of the crushed Oreos and a few gummy worms on the pudding/Cool whip.
  6. Top with the rest of the pudding/Cool whip.
  7. Place the rest of the crushed Oreos on top.  Place some more gummy worms or sticking out of the top.
  8. Enjoy!

For more great recipes, check out Potluck Sundays and Tempt My Tummy Tuesdays.

5 responses to “Dirt pudding”

  1. What a fun treat for kids! These would be great at a garden party! 🙂

  2. It’s great to share with friends. I’d love for you to join us at my other blog, “Its A Blog Party”. I host a different party everyday, Tuesdays are all about food. http://itsablogparty


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