Easter Chicks and Dirt Dessert

Chicks and Dirt Dessert for Easter


“Dirt” (layered Oreo crumbs and pudding) is one of our favorite spring-time snacks…and not just because our boys think it is fun to say they are eating dirt.  We added an Easter spin on the classic with some colored coconut and Marshmallow Chicks for this Easter Chicks and Dirt Dessert!


After I made this dessert a few days ago (and thought I was being so creative), I stumbled upon these adorable Pudding Cups with Marshmallow Bunnies (and carrots).  They are so cute!  And then I wondered if other people had thought of the same idea with chicks.  Well, they had!  :)  (There really is nothing new under the sun!)  Check out all the varieties here!



Here’s the recipe:

Chocolate pudding (I didn’t have any instant on hand, so I made this super easy homemade chocolate pudding)
Package of Oreos (I pulverized ours in my Ninja, but you can also crush them manually)
Flaked coconut (with green food coloring)
Marshmallow Chicks
M&M’s Eggs



 1.  Gather and prep your ingredients.




 2.  Layer the “mud”…a little bit of Oreo crumbs and a little bit of pudding.  Continue until you fill your container.




3.  Top with shredded coconut (dyed green).  Add a marshmallow chick and some egg candy!








Here is what Little Sister thought about our fun dessert:



The boys enjoyed it most of all…but they didn’t stick around long enough to get a picture.  :)






Check out more Easter Fun here and on our Easter Pinterest board!



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