Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Dirt Cups for THE Party

You guys didnt forget about THE End of the Year Party/Sleepover/Playdate/Call it what you want.....did you?

It is this Friday. So in just a few short days my house will be overcome with more girls than usual. The Husband looooooves being the only boy around (read that sarcastically). Actually it isnt going to be too bad.
M invited 5 girls.
4 are coming
2 (sisters) are going home after a few hours of play
1 is staying
1 is coming but still hasnt decided if she wants to stay the night(which is fine and we totally understand....M has never stayed anywhere but my mom and brothers)
1 didnt even RSVP (hate.this!)

It will be fun. We are going to have pizza delivered, lots of girlie play and then dirt cups for dessert. Since I was copying the recipe I thought I would just post it for you guys too. It looks very easy and the kids will love them. I bought all the stuff to make them this weekend so we will make them tomorrow night to have ready for Fri evening. yay!

I'm a little nervous about picking all these kids up from school. I have plenty of room in my Pilot (3rd row seating) but its just the anxiety of actually getting them out of school. What if a parent forgets to write a note etc? (control freak, here) All of the girls are in the same class except the 1 sister who is older.....this one worries me the most.


Pudding Dirt Cups

This dirt dessert recipe is a great cooking activity for kids. Made with chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos and gummy worms, these pudding dirt cups are as fun for the kids to make, as they are tasty to eat.

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Ingredients:
2 cups cold milk
1 4-serving size package instant chocolate pudding
8 oz. frozen whipped topping (such as Cool Whip), thawed
1-1/2 cups crushed sandwich cookies (such as Oreos)
20 gummy worms
Preparation:
Whisk together milk and instant pudding for two minutes, until pudding is completely dissolved and. Let stand 5 minutes to thicken.
Stir in frozen whipped topping and 1/2 cup of the crushed cookies.
Spoon into 10 cups.
Sprinkle remaining crushed cookies over the pudding mixture. Top with 2 gummy worms.
Chill until ready to serve.
Makes 10 servings.

6 comments:

Staci said...

My biggest pet peeve is not RSVP ing! Really how hard is it! Didn't these women read the bargain board and don't they know how rude it is! Seriously it bugs me! The party is going to be fun! Post pics!! I want to make these dirt cups! fun stuff!

Tanielle said...

Love the dirt cups!!! They are so fun. Good luck with that, sounds like it will be fun, and crazy!!!:)

Have a great evening!

Ashley said...

I made the dirt cups for my stepkids and they thought they were the coolest things! Lol.

Life with Kaishon said...

We make these all the time and we love them : ). So cute! Great for baby showers and any girlie events!

I saw your comment at Mama Kat's blog and I came over to say hi : ). Your blog is SO pretty! Good luck with the party! Hope it is fantastic!

Cookie Brochette said...

OMG, those sound so good! I could go for one right now.

Love, Cookie B.
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~~Mel~~ said...

My mom used to make those all the time...we called them mud, dirt and worms lol.

Good luck tomorrow...I'll be thinking of you.

2 kids didn't RSVP Riley's party and I'm still peeved about it!