Now You’re Cookin’
Spring is here! Welcome the sun with these festive snacks
• chocolate pudding
• Oreo cookies
• sour worms • • • • • fake flower hot glue gun plastic cups green spoons scissors
Start by breaking up four chocolate cookies and two brownies into bitesized pieces in a bowl. Cover the bottom of your plastic cups with a small layer of the mixture, and top it with about two spoonfuls of pudding. (You can use pudding cups you buy at the store or whip up your own according to box instructions!). Continue to layer cookies and pudding until you get to the top of the cup. Then, place two sour worms on top. Repeat these steps to make as many garden cups as you want. When finished, set them in the fridge while you make the flower spoons. Next, with a parent or guardian’s help, heat up your glue gun. After that, carefully cut off the flower heads from their stems and set to the side. Have a parent dab a dime-sized amount of glue on the top of the spoon, then press on the flower. Once they’ve completely dried, plant the spoons in your flower power pudding cups before digging in!
CAREFUL! These projects should be done with an adult.