Halloween Worms in Dirt Recipe
This recipe is a great treat for Halloween. The kids can even help you make it which makes it that much more fun! I love that it’s easy to swap out sugar-free pudding and light Cool Whip to reduce the calories too!
Make Your Own Worms in Dirt
What you need:
- 1 (3.4oz) package instant chocolate pudding
- 2 cups cold milk
- 8 oz Cool Whip
- 1 (16oz) package Oreos
- Gummy Worms
- Plastic cups
What you do:
- In a large bowl, combine pudding and milk. Whisk for 2 minutes. Allow to set in fridge for 5 minutes so it can set a bit.
- Put Oreo cookies in a large plastic bag and crush with a rolling pin. (A can of corn works well too!)
- When pudding is set, add the Cool Whip and half of the crushed cookies. Stir until the mixture is all the same color.
- Put 1 Tablespoon of remaining crushed cookies in each of the small plastic cups.
- Fill each cup 3/4 of the way with the pudding mixture.
- Top each cup with remaining cookies and gummy worms. Place in refrigerator to chill until ready to eat!
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Amber Edwards says
We LOVE making worms in dirt treats! They are so much fun, even if they are a little bit gross when you really think about it. But the kids have a blast. And it always has to be the fun sour gummy worms; that’s what my kids love the best.
So cute! I know that 2 out of 3 of my kids would love this LOL Heck, *I* would love this :)
Susan Bewley says
This sounds adorable for little ones! Pinned it :)
LOVE this idea! I will have to make it for my kiddos for after school snacks!
Kelly R says
Thank you for the post, I think my kids would love this..
My daughter saw this before leaving this morning and said, “Oh gross mom!” I then told her what it was, now she’s intrigued. I think we’ll make those soon!
Ashley S says
Great recipe! My kids would love tomake and eat these.
Keith W says
I think my nephew will love these next halloween!
Donna W. says
What a fun and creative recipe. I am definitely going to make it with my children and maybe even their classroom around Halloween. No cooking necessary! We make rice krispies treats around Halloween with candy corn.
I love it! It’s too pretty to eat though. Best I did for Halloween was a pumpkin soup served in a pumpkin.