Creamy pudding, crunchy cookies & gummy worms, these gluten free dirt cups are perfect for Earth Day!
This post is a collaboration between Goodie Girl Cookies and My Gluten Free Miami. All opinions are my own.
Gluten Free Dirt Cups
When I was a kid, I loved dirt cups! Crunchy cookies, pudding, and best of all- gummy worms. I love gummy worms, probably more than I should! These are so easy to make, only three ingredients, and are a hit with both kids and adults!
Gluten Free Dirt Cups bring out the teacher in me. So many fun lessons gluten free dirt cups can be a included in. In April we celebrate Earth Day, so they are a great addition to an Earth Day lesson, but they are also perfect for any lesson on gardening or plants. Kids always learn best when they have an active part in the learning process. Gluten Free Dirt Cups provide a great opportunity for discussion about the importance of worms.
Gluten Free Dirt Cups would also be perfect for birthday parties or anytime you just need a fun snack.
Do It Yourself
Goodie Girl’s Midnight Brownie Cookies are ideal for a DYI activity! Instead of using a big bag, just give each person a pudding cup, a go-pack and a few gummy worms. Kids can crush the cookies right in the bag and then add their dirt.
Because Goodie Girl Cookies are also peanut free (made in a Peanut Free Facility!), they are perfect for classrooms. I can’t wait to make these with my daughters daycare. I know the kids will get a kick out of the worms sticking out of the top of the “dirt,” and they are gonna love crushing the cookies (what two year old doesn’t love destroying things!).
Of course, if you are looking for a more sophisticated snack, you can always try a parfait made with Midnight Brownie Cookies. It is delicious as well!
This month you can get 15% off Goodie Girl Midnight Brownie Cookies (and FREE shipping!) so you can definitely get some cookies in time to make these for Earth Day.
Do you have any fun activities you like to do for Earth Day?
Gluten Free Dirt Cups for Earth Day (or Anytime!)