Pudding Planter Box Cookies – Perfect Spring Time Treat!

Pudding Planter Box Cookies – Perfect Spring Time Treat!

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I am so excited for spring. One of the first things I do each year as the weather warms up is plant a garden. This year I will be incorporating my gardening into my daughters homeschool curriculum. But, since sprouting seeds take a few days I decided that it would be really fun to make some special treats to eat after our garden is planted.

These Pudding Planter Box Cookies are the perfect spring time treat. The possibilities of what you can plant in your Pudding Planter Box is endless! These pictures and directions will show you how to plant carrots…..but I would also love to read about your creative ideas! What will you “plant” into your pudding?

Items Needed:

Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate cookies, crushed

Graham Crackers

Green gel frosting

Orange Mike & Ike candy

Chocolate Chips, Melted

Directions:

Take one sheet of graham crackers and break into 4 pieces. Using a sharp knife, cut one of the pieces into two pieces for the end of the planter box.

Using melted chocolate in a piping bag or zip lock bag with a small corner cut off, pipe a bit of chocolate onto the seams of one cookie (this will be the bottom of the box). Press each of the side pieces to the base and hold for 5-10 seconds to allow it to set.

Repeat this process for the two end pieces of graham crackers.

Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes to allow chocolate to set completely.

Fill each β€œbox” with chocolate pudding leaving ΒΌ inch gap from the top.

Cover pudding with crushed chocolate cookies. Place 3 pieces of orange Mike & Ike candies into pudding, narrow end down.

Dab the tops of orange candy with green gel icing.

Refrigerate for 10 minutes before serving.

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Comments

  1. these are so cute and look good too πŸ™‚ will try these out, gotta run a taste test lol

  2. These are so fun, and how awesome would they be for an outdoor party? The kids (and adults, let’s face it) could make a huge mess and no one would care. Thanks for the detailed instructions!

  3. These are so sweet! I think these would be such a fun addition to an Easter dessert.
    I’m visiting from Whimsy Wednesday Link Party. I would be so honored if you would share this at Brag About It Link Party on VMG206.

    http://www.vmg206.com/2014/02/brag-about-it-link-party-no-43-vmg206.html

    ~ Megin of VMG206

  4. So cool! I bet candy corns would work in place of the Mike & Ike, too, since you push them in most of the way.

  5. Oh what a fun idea to do with the kids! Carter would have so much fun doing and eating it! I pinned to make!

  6. Those are adorable! This is the kind of gardening I could do πŸ™‚

  7. These are adorable and would be perfect on the Easter dessert table or for a Garden Party. What a great idea – adorable! They caught my eye over at the Live Laugh Party.

  8. Oh my goodness! I LOVE THIS IDEA! How cute. I love to garden and this is the cutest little garden snack I’ve seen. Please share at our link it or lump it party!

    http://www.delineateyourdwelling.com/2014/02/link-it-or-lump-it-no-27.html

  9. How cute…a fun treat for kids to make with you. Thanks for sharing on the Thursday Blog HOP!!

  10. Oh this is so cute! What a clever (and tasty) idea πŸ™‚
    xx
    Mila

  11. G’day and how cute! Thanks for the link back!
    Thanks for sharing! Viewed as part of Foodie Friends Friday Nothing But Noodles Pasta Party!
    Cheers! Joanne

  12. Krista, your Pudding Planter Box Cookies are just adorable and a perfect hello to spring! Thank you so much for sharing this awesome post with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  13. These are great! Thanks for sharing!!!

  14. These are just too cute! Bet the little ones would enjoy making these. Pinning and sharing!

  15. LOVE this! Super cute! Sharing and pinning πŸ™‚

  16. Rachael Ashcraft says:

    Oh, wow! These are great. I cannot cook but am sending this to my neighbour!! SO cute.

  17. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you are having a great weekend and enjoy your new Red Plate!
    Miz Helen

  18. OMG, how creative is this? I love it, it probably tastes AMAZING too! πŸ™‚ I think I’l make these with my girls.

  19. This is a genius idea, so cute!! I really need to think outside the box more, there are so many adorable ideas that I haven’t tried!

  20. These are so cute! Perfect for around the Easter table! Kids would love it.

  21. Oh my goodness. How cute!!! Love this!

  22. Angela S says:

    That is so much fun! It’s the perfect spring treat.

  23. Those are very cute!! I am looking forward to planting in my raised beds once all this snow melts, but I think I could settle for this yummy dessert for right now!

  24. Those are adorable. Totally something that I could do with my kids.

  25. Awww, these are unbelievably cute! What a clever idea and they look easy enough for kids to put together too! This will make for a fun & tasty play date!

  26. Oh that is just such an adorable spring treat! I love it! Festive, springy and super creative!

  27. What an adorable idea. I never would have thought of that!

  28. These are the cutest little cookies I’ve ever seen! I bet the kids would love to have these during our Easter egg hunt!

  29. Adorable! And so easy! I just love how creative this is!.

  30. HOW cute.. I love this idea… and we have all the items in the pantry, think I will surprise the kids this weekend..thanks for a great idea…

  31. Those are so super-cute. Would be cool for Earth Day at school… thanks so much for sharing with us.

  32. How cute are these?! Love this idea! I am sure it tastes good too!

  33. How absolutely adorable. My sister must make these with her kids. They would just love it!!!

  34. Oh this is an activity and snack combined! My kids would love them

  35. Awww, those are so stinking cute! What a great snack for the kids and it would be fun to make too.

  36. These are so cute. I love the carrots. What a fun spring treat

  37. VERY cute!! Love easy desserts like this.

  38. I can’t believe how adorable these are! What a cute little class project this would make. πŸ™‚

  39. These are too cute. My kids are going to have a blast making them.

  40. These are absurdly ridiculous. In the best way possible, of course!

  41. what a super cute idea, reminds me of Peter Rabbit! My kids would enjoy this sweet idea!

  42. vickie couturier says:

    those are adorable,my grandkids would love to make these and then eat them all up

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