If you’re going to spoil the kids with sweets, at least keep it to a minimum. These cute dirt cake cups in single servings help with portion control. A sweet little snack that doesn’t go too far overboard. You’ll love this yummy dirt cup recipe and so will the kids!
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Dirt Cake Cup Recipe
This Grandma: Making food fun for Grandkids since 2012. Just kidding. She was too little for fun food until 2013…
I know, I know what you’re thinking. Grandmas should follow the rules and not serve their Grandchildren huge amounts of sweets.
And I try to follow the rules, really I do. So I developed this recipe with that in mind.
Instead of one great big huge dirt cake, which is what I would have made in the past, I now make individual servings of dirt cake in cups. These dirt cake cups are just the answer: a lot of fun food condensed down to a small serving cup. And there’s milk in the recipe, so there’s that…
If you’re going to serve the littles fun food that may veer away from the “easy on the sweets” rule just a bit, make it in a smaller serving. But keep it fun… Here you go. This recipe is for you.
This recipe calls for gummy worms, but you can use any topping that is appropriate for the occasion. Try candy Easter eggs, Peeps, or these realistic looking worms for a fun treat!