Chocolate pudding and Oreo cookies are not the only things that come in dirt cups for adults! We found some other tasty ways to spice up these edible dirt cups to make some tasty treats.
How to Make Dirt Cups for Adults
Ever since edible dirt cups became a thing, we have tried oreo pudding cups, dirt pudding with gummy worms, and a healthy dirt cup recipe. This time we wanted to take dirt cup snacks to another level with edible treats that an adult would enjoy!
With Easter around the corner and our obsession with adult egg hunts! We didn’t want to simply add worms in dirt cups. Instead, we put a spin and created an egg hunt in the dirt.
What you will need
- Guinness Chocolate Stout
- Chocolate Pudding
- Easter Grass Bubble Gum
- Bubble Gum
- Jelly Bellys
The nice thing is that it is effortless to make, and it takes just a few simple steps.
First, you will take a chocolate pudding cup, crush up Oreos and some of the Guinness chocolate stout, and add it to the pudding cup.
Second, you will add the Easter grass bubble gum, bubble gum, and jelly belly to top it off, and that’s it. It is effortless and easy to make.
We choose bright colors such as pink, blue, orange, and yellow with bubble gum.
When it comes to the jelly belly, we chose pastel colors. This gave the pudding cups a bit of fun. Any guest will want to dig into these goodies.
When it comes to the holidays, I have family and friends that are always taking the holidays up a notch. People have made bloody mary cupcakes, Guinness, Whiskey & Irish cream cupcakes, and alcohol-infused marshmallows when it comes to tipsy treats.
This is one of those treats that work perfectly at your backyard adults-only Easter egg hunt!