Dirt Pudding Cups and Free Printable!

FREE printable for dirt pudding cup signs

With all the spring gardening going on over here, I couldn’t help but surprise the girls with some fun dirt pudding cups the other day.  An oldie, but a goodie – chocolate pudding, gummy worms, Oreo crumble dirt, and you’ve got some happy little snackers.

Dirt Pudding Cups

For a super easy presentation, I popped the packaged pudding cups into miniature clay pots that I purchased for 50 cents a piece at my local nursery.  After pulsing a handful of Oreos in the Cuisinart, I sprinkled the tops of the pudding cups with gummy worms and cookie dirt.  I couldn’t handle a project that only took 5 minutes to put together, so I made  silly “garden signs” to stick in the dirt cups.

FREE printable for dirt pudding cup signs

I incorporated the teaching of the very educational song “Nobody likes me, everybody hates me, guess I’ll go eat worms…” when I handed the girls their treats!  They got a kick out of it – and my oh-so-self-confident children picked it right up, “Nobody hates me, everybody likes me….”

FREE printable for dirt pudding cup signs

To make the garden signs, print out the free printable by clicking here.  Then, cut circles or use a 2″ scalloped circle punch to cut out each label.  Dab a bit of hot glue onto the back of each label and stick on a toothpick or lollipop stick.  And you’re all set – dirt pudding at its finest!  These would be so fun and easy for the kids to assemble themselves, too!   Have fun and happy gardening!

Comments

  1. says

    You are too good Stef! I would just be glad to get the gardening done (but I hate gardening) much less make a treat that goes wth the theme of gardening. Those pictures are so good and book worthy! Sorry to say it again–you have such a knack for making everything look beautiful–like the rootbeer floats yesterday. You are a pro and so very talented in so may areas!

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