Oreo Dirt Pudding

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Thank you to all who serve our country! Happy Veterans Day! Today my son and I had a little fun and went to Target (our favorite store) and got some ingredients to make this Oreo dirt pudding. He was so excited! This is incredibly easy to make with no baking or heating involved so older kids can do it themselves and the younger ones can help every step of the way! Seriously, Liam (age 4 ) did everything himself with very little help from me.

I love recipes that are easy, you don’t need a lot of ingredients AND you can get creative. Add whatever you want, make a bigger one, make more smaller ones. Whatever! We used a vase that holds about 4 cups of water, but something that can hold 5 or 6 cups would be best. Or you can do 6-8 individual cups. So, let’s go have some fun and eat some delicious dessert!

What you will need:

Container, either 1 big one or smaller ones
2 cups milk (must be cows milk because almond or soy milk don’t firm pudding…?)
1 package chocolate instant pudding
1 (8) ounce container of Cool Whip
10 ounces crushed Original Oreos
Gummy worms

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In a large bowl, whisk together the milk and pudding until smooth. Stir in the Cool Whip until everything is blended. Set aside for 5 minutes. This is when Liam and I crushed the Oreos.

The first layer is crushed Oreos, so make sure they cover the entire bottom of whatever container(s) you’re using. Then add the pudding mixture, then more Oreos and do as many layers as you want, just make sure you end with Oreos. Cover, and refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving. Add the gummy worms just before serving.

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Seriously, this is so fun to do with kids! Liam was so proud of himself because he was able to do it all. Stir, mix, pour, decorate! That’s it! So, have fun and enjoy 🙂

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