Yummy Worms In Dirt

Yummy Worms In Dirt

Worms In Dirt Recipe

Alright, check this out. You ever think about how wild it is that we can just whip up something in the kitchen that looks like the ground outside? I mean, think about it. You've got this dessert, right? It's called Worms In Dirt. It's basically like you're eating the earth, but it's delicious. So here's how you make it:

You grab some instant chocolate pudding, because that's your base layer, that's your dirt. You're gonna need some milk to mix it up, make it nice and smooth. Then, you've got Cool Whip, because why not? Make it a little fluffy, like you're digging into some soft soil. Now, the fun part: chocolate sandwich cookies. Crush 'em up until it looks like you just scooped up a handful of dirt. And don't forget the sour gummy worms because what's dirt without worms, right?

So you mix, you layer, you chill, and bam, you've got this dessert that's like a tribute to the ground beneath us. It's perfect for freaking out your friends or just having a good laugh while you eat something that looks like you should be planting flowers in it instead of eating it.

That's Worms In Dirt. Simple, hilarious, and kinda genius. Who's up for making some edible dirt?

Here's the down-and-dirty on how to make this epic Worms In Dirt Dessert:


- 1 (3.4-oz) package instant chocolate pudding

- 2 cups cold milk

- 1 (8-oz) tub Cool Whip

- 1 (16-oz) package chocolate sandwich cookies

- Sour gummy worms


  1. Whisk together the chocolate pudding mix and cold milk in a large bowl until smooth.
  2. Let the pudding sit in the fridge for 5 minutes to set up.
  3. Crush the chocolate sandwich cookies into crumbs.
  4. Fold the Cool Whip and half the cookie crumbs into the set pudding.
  5. Spoon a tablespoon of the remaining cookie crumbs into the bottom of small serving cups.
  6. Pipe the pudding mixture into the cups, filling them three-quarters of the way.
  7. Top with the remaining cookie crumbs.
  8. Garnish with sour gummy worms to get that full Worms In Dirt experience.

There you have it, folks. Get in there, have fun with it, and enjoy the grub!  (Disclaimer: Please don't eat real worms!  It's not a good idea for you or the worms.  Thanks!) 

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