Easter Carrot Dirt Pudding

We absolutely love Easter time! There are so many fun kid recipes and activities you can create. We especially like our Easter twist on the classic dirt pudding dessert. We think your kids will also enjoy making this recipe!

First, make sure you’re washing and drying your strawberries. It’s important that they’re dry so the almond bark sticks to them! Then, teach your kids how to create the color orange by mixing yellow and red food coloring into your melted white almond bark.

Then comes the fun part – crush up all those Oreo cookies! We suggest putting the cookies into a Ziplock bag, then rolling over them with a rolling pin, but let your little ones do whatever their heart desires. We especially like it because it lets them get some of that pent up energy out.

Fill clear, small cups with chocolate pudding, top with your crushed cookies, and then “plant” your strawberry carrot into the dirt. You can also add gummy worms to really make it seem like dirt. It’s super cute, and extra delicious! Be sure to have this at your dessert table for Easter!

Easter Carrot Dirt Pudding

Easter Carrot Dirt Pudding

Everyone loves the classic dirt pudding, but we’ve put an Easter twist on it with our chocolate covered strawberry “carrots”!

Recipe by Chef Nate
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Course: Dessert


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  • 1 package strawberries

  • 1 package white almond bark

  • Red and yellow food coloring

  • 1 package Oreo cookies

  • Chocolate pudding


  • Melt almond bark until smooth, and add in red and yellow food coloring to make orange.
  • Wash your strawberries, dry them, and then dip them into the orange almond bark. You can also pipe some almond bark on top to give it more texture.
  • Remove the filling from the Oreos, then crush the cookie part.
  • Fill a small cup with chocolate pudding, then top with crushed Oreos and your strawberry carrot.

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