Spring is here! My favorite season – and with that comes Easter. Easter is just around the corner and I love to make special treats and desserts to celebrate. These Pudding Cup Spring Flowers using Snack Pack Pudding cups are so easy and quick to make. They are even something you can make with your kids for a fun Easter acitivty!
Let me show you how easy they are to put together!
Pudding Cup Spring Flowers
- Chocolate Snack Pack Pudding – I like to get the Super packs because the pudding cups are bigger – and we love more pudding in our home!
- Honey Maid Grahams
- mini Nilla Wafers
- Colored Candy Melts
Supplies Needed for Grass:
- Green Cardstock
- Scissors – I prefer Fringe scissors because it is quicker
- Strong Tape
I am so excited to show you how fun it is to make these Spring Flowers. Pudding is so versatile with all of the different things you can make into it! We love to mix a variety of toppings into our pudding but it is so fun to make it a little extra special for holidays. So I created these Spring Flowers.
First we are going to make the flower petals as they need a few minutes to dry. I use the mini Nilla wafers – they are the perfect size! Follow the directions on the package to melt the colored candy melts.
Dip the mini Nilla Wafers into the melted candy melts. I only dip half off the cookie as the other half will be in the pudding. Set aside to cool – takes about 5 to 10 minutes.
For the center of the flower we are going to have crushed graham crackers. I crushed one sleeve of grahams in my food chopper – took seconds to get these nice crumbs!
Remove the top off of each of your Snack Pack pudding cups.
Add about 1/4 cup of crushed grahams to each pudding cup. I like to have the most in the middle as it is the center of the flower. Can you just imagine how delicious the graham cracker crumbs will be when stirred into the chocolate pudding!
Now it is time to add our cute flower petals. Each pudding cups takes 5 mini Nilla Wafers. Pushed one end into the pudding around the graham crumbs.
To make the fun grass to surround the pudding cups I cut green cardstock to be 3 1/2 inches x 8 inches. I then cut into the cardstock to look like grass.
Now add the grass around the pudding cup and adhere with some tape. I just love how this adds to the look of the flowers.
Isn’t this so pretty? Plus fun to eat! My kids like to use the Nilla Wafers to scoop up the pudding. I like to have extra wafers on hand for them to do this.
So springy and perfect for Easter!
Do you make special treats for Easter?