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Spring is such an uplifting time of year, the weather is warming up, flowers are poking out of the ground and trees are budding. Easter is the first official holiday of Spring and it’s a chance to celebrate with good food, spring dresses, family, friends, and lots of fun. We are celebrating Easter with a light family lunch, egg hunt, and these Easter Carrot Garden Pudding Cups.
We will be putting on our Easter best and enjoying family for this holiday. The girls are excited to find their baskets and hunt for eggs. After some outside fun, we will be enjoying a good meal and very special dessert. Little Lady helped make these adorable Easter Carrot Garden Pudding Cups. A festive table is part of a good meal and these snack pack pudding cups not only make an easy dessert, but they will dress up our Easter table too.
I am not a gourmet cook, so an easy to make dessert is ideal for our family celebrations. Here is what I used to make these Easter Carrot Garden Pudding Cups.
- Super Snack Pack Pudding Cups in Chocolate and Vanilla
- Honey Maid Grahams
- Oreo Cookies
- Orange and Green candy melts
- Carrot shaped candy mold
- Green Scrapbook paper, scissor, and tape
I picked up the Super Snack Pack Pudding Cups at Walmart. These are a little larger than the regular pudding cups, which means it will more than satisfy the adults too.
To get started I crushed the Oreos and Honey Maid Grahams separately in zip top bags.
Next I opened up the pudding cups, they are pretty easy to open, Little Lady was able to help, and of course, lick the lid clean. I sprinkled the crumbs on top of the pudding; Oreo on the chocolate and Grahams on the vanilla.
To make the carrots I used a carrot candy mold and orange and green candy melts.
I melted the candy in the microwave 30 seconds at a time, then poured it into the mold. I put the carrots in the refrigerator for 10 minutes then popped them out of the mold and planted them in the pudding cups.
To dress up the pudding cups and make these a centerpiece as well as a dessert, I cut grass out of green scrapbook paper. I cut a strip of paper long enough to wrap around the pudding cup then cut fringe along the top edge.
I wrapped the finished grass around and taped it in the back.
You can pick up Super Snack Pack Pudding Cups at Walmart to make your own carrot garden, or put your own spin on these great tasting pudding cups. Save a little using this coupon.
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Do you have a creative Easter dessert idea? I’d love to hear about it. Comment below or better yet share a picture on Facebook or Instagram, I love to see your creativity.
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Monday 12th of October 2015
[…] variety of flavors which make a great base for all kinds of fun mix-ins. This Spring we even made carrot gardens! You can find more mix-in inspiration by visiting Snack Pack on Pinterest and Facebook. I also love […]
Friday 27th of March 2015
These are SO cute and I totally love the carrot molds! I've never seen those before but they're darling and I also love how you used the green paper--so simple but SO cute! #client
Friday 27th of March 2015
Thank you so much! I love these molds too, I have lots of fun summer ideas to use the again. Thanks for reading.
Tuesday 17th of March 2015
These are too cute! I love the carrots.