Dirt Pudding Recipe

Dirt Pudding Recipe

Dirt Pudding Recipe

Dirt Pudding Recipe

Dirt Pudding Recipe

Dirt Pudding Recipe

Dirt Pudding Recipe

What can you expect a kid like me to say about a recipe like this? YUM! It’s classic, easy, fun, tasty, creamy, soft, crunchy, sweet, (the list goes on and on!) and has the stamp of approval from just about every person I’ve met. Who doen’t like cookies? And cool whip? And cream-cheese-frosting-like substances? And pudding? And candy? And okay-Katy-is-getting-kinda-long-winded? The answer is NO ONE. :) This recipe is satisfyingly gooey and messy to eat, so treat someone (namely yourself) to this quick and easy wormy backyard concoction!

Dirt Pudding Recipe:

1 family sized box (30 0z.) of double stuffed Oreo Cookies, crushed

1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese

1 cup powdered sugar

1 (12 oz.) package cool whip

1 tsp. vanilla

2  packages (3.4 oz. each) instant vanilla pudding

sour or regular gummie worms (however many you want for the pudding + some to snack on)

3 cups milk


1. Set out an ungreased 13×9 inch pan.

2. Spread half of the crushed Oreos on the bottom of the pan. Set aside. In a medium bowl, mix the cream cheese and powdered sugar together until smooth. Fold the cool whip in untiul well incorporated. Next spread the mixture carefully over the oreos so that you don’t mix them(I drop small glops of the mixture all over the oreoes so that there is little spreading to do).

3. In another bowl, stir the milk, vanilla pudding mix, and vanilla together with a whisk. Let sit for five minutes before spreading the pudding over the cream cheese mixture. Sprinkle the other half of the crushed Oreos over the pudding and top with sour gummy worms. Refrigerate your dirt and worms concoction for at least three hours before serving.

4. Yay! Chomp! Hearts fly everywhere!


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