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Creative Living & Growing with Bren Haas

Dirt Dessert Recipe

Fun Dirt Dessert with Gummy Worms

In todays post I share a quick video and images featuring a fun little creative dessert you have got to try! This is my Dirt Dessert Recipe that is super fun to whip together with kids involved.   See video and images below.

Dirt Dessert Recipe Video

Ready set… Camera running!  I put together is super quick with little edits video just to show you how easy the recipe is to make.  Excuse the messy fingers… I got a little out of control thinking I was gardening with this share today.   Be sure to watch the video and scroll down to tell me what you think if the recipe.

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For this recipe I recommend the following ingredients:

  • mint thin chocolate cookies crumbled
  • chocolate cake (dark and rich) prepared
  • chocolate mousse
  • dark fudge chocolate icing
  • gummy worms
  • terra cotta containers – never used and sterilized! (see notes below)

Recipe Instructions:

  1. Sterilize new terra cotta pots as directed below.
  2. Prepare the cake as directed on the box.  I made my cake in my new pressure cooker ( like the instant pot).  Let the cake cool before starting this project.
  3. chop up mint cookies into super fine pieces.  I use my rubbermaid hand blender with chopper attachment.
  4. Mix chocolate jello pudding package with 1 cup of whipping cream, 1/2 cup milk – set aside.
  5. layer each terra cotta container with cake, pudding, cake and then icing before sprinkling cookies and worm on top.
  6. Refrigerate before serving!
Decorate with Worms!

Ingredients

  • 12 2 1/2 inch terra cotta pots ( new and sterilized)
  • Prepared 10″ chocolate cake
  • 2 cup of prepared Chocolate Mousse
  • 12 thin mint cookies crumbled
  • 8 oz chocolate fudge icing
  • gummy worms

Instructions

  1. Sterilize new terra cotta pots as directed below.
  2. Prepare the cake as directed on the box.  I made my cake in my new pressure cooker ( like the instant pot).  Let the cake cool before starting this project.
  3. chop up mint cookies into super fine pieces.  I use my rubbermaid hand blender with chopper attachment.
  4. Mix chocolate jello pudding package with 1 cup of whipping cream, 1/2 cup milk – set aside.
  5. layer each terra cotta container with cake, pudding, cake and then icing before sprinkling cookies and worm on top.
  6. Refrigerate before serving!

Note:

To sterilize the terra cotta pot be sure to get containers that are new and edible gardening safe.  Clean with soft cloth and super hot water. Let air dry.  There should not be any residue on the container after cleaning.

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In conclusion of checking out the fun video and images are you interested in making this dessert?  I would love to hear if you tried the dirt dessert recipe so don’t be shy and comment below.  You can find me on the leading social media sites under @brenhaas.

Happy Dessert Making,

Bren Haas

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Bren Haas

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Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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