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So, I recently decided to put a new spin on the old favorite of dirt pudding. This one indeed uses simple store made chocolate pudding cups. Therefore, I don’t even have to make pudding. I simply buy from the store and use little plastic cups, too. Plus very easy cleanup, because of this.
The hardest part is melting the orange chocolate candy wafers to cover the strawberries. But come one, who doesn’t enjoy chocolate covered strawberries? So worth the effort if you ask me! Otherwise, this dirt cups pudding recipe is so simple to make. But so very tasty and kid friendly, too!
Plus, this one is the perfect spring treat that looks like little planted cups of carrots. But all totally edible and simple chocolate heaven with the added Oreo’s chocolate addition, as well. And it sticks with the carrot and spring theme perfectly. See we have done some carrot oversharing for spring time HERE and HERE so far, too.Looking for a fun and easy planting spring dessert idea for your family? Then, you need to make Carrot Patch Dirt Cups now.Click To Tweet
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Carrot Patch Dirt Pudding Cups Dessert Recipe
- 4 chocolate pudding cups
- 4 strawberries rinsed and dried thoroughly
- 1/2, 12- oz bag of orange candy melts
- 4 Oreos filling removed, crushed to crumbs
- 4 5 oz. clear snack cups
Line a cookie sheet with foil or wax paper.
Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 30-second intervals, mixing well between each interval, until completely smooth.
Dip each strawberry in the candy melts covering as much of the red as you can. Place the dipped strawberry on foil or wax paper.
Once they're all dipped, transfer the strawberries to the fridge for 5 minutes to allow the chocolate to set completely.
Transfer the pudding from each pudding cup into a snack cup and top with a layer of crushed Oreos.
Finish each cup off with a prepared strawberry, submerging the strawberry about halfway. Serve immediately or store in the fridge until ready to serve.
There you have it a very simple, kid and family friendly springtime planting themed recipe for a yummy dessert with Carrot Patch Dirt Pudding Cups!
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