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Mini Edible Dirt Pudding Flower Cups

Kids will enjoy making this edible dirt pudding, a perfect springtime or Earth Day activity! Spoon the pudding into miniature terracotta pots and these would make the most adorable party treats.

Add paper leaves to the wooden sticks and write your guests names on them for a fun place card idea. Instead of wooden sticks, you could use wooden spoons with a flower on the handle for a built in utensil.


Pudding Ingredients

3.9oz Instant Chocolate Pudding Box

8oz Cool Whip

20 Chocolate Filled Oreos

10 Miniature Terracotta Pots

10 Baking Cups

Flower Materials


Fabric Scissors

Hot Glue Gun

Hot Glue Sticks

Wooden Sticks


Make chocolate pudding according to package and mix in cool whip. Chill pudding for at least an hour in the refrigerator.

Line miniature terracotta pots with baking cups and spoon in 1/2 cup of pudding into each cup.

Place 20 chocolate-filled Oreos in a large freezer bag and crush using your hands or a rolling pin. Spoon broken cookie pieces onto the top of each pudding cup.

To make the felt flowers, cut out 6 - 2 inch circles for each flower.

Fold a circle in half and in half again. Add a dab of hot glue in the center to help it hold in place. Hot glue the folded "petal" onto a separate felt circle.

Repeat this process, gluing the folded "petals" around the circle.

Glue the 5th petal into the center of the flower. Make another flower and hot glue the 2 together, sandwiching the wooden stick in the middle.

Stick the flower in the pudding filled terracotta pot.


More Festive Spring Treats:

Bloomin' Buttercream Frosted Cookies from Cheryl's

Birdhouse Filled with Spring Snacks from The Popcorn Factory

Pastel Mint Meltaways from Fannie May Chocolates

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