Thank you to Kozy Shack for sponsoring today’s post.  My love of sweet, chocolatey pudding is all my own.

Last night the Big One was moping that there weren’t any homemade cookies in the house.  He wanted a dessert, and he wanted something special.  Luckily, I had a container of Kozy Shack Chocolate Pudding that I had purchased at the same time as the Tapioca, I shared with your earlier in the week.  I had planned on making these Chocolate Dirt Pudding Snacks for the Little Monkey some time this week, and had picked up all of the ingredients at the grocery store.  With the Big One needed a quick snack, I figured I’d whip one up for him.  I guess that it must have be satisfying, he asked for seconds!  I thought I’d share what I did.  It took under 5 minutes to make, and was a fun twist on chocolate pudding.

My Mom Made That: Chocolate Dirt Pudding SnacksAs I was planning to make these for the Little Monkey, I had picked up the other two ingredients– gummy worms and chocolate graham crackers when I picked up the pudding.   To make a single serving of the Chocolate Dirt Pudding Snack, I needed one square of a chocolate graham cracker and two gummy worms.  I placed the graham cracker in a small plastic bag and crushed it into crumbs.  It’s amazing how much the crumbs look like soil!  Once they were crushed, all I had to do put the chocolate pudding on the bottom, then placed a layer of graham cracker crumbs, and top it with two gummy worms.

This was such an easy and fun way to eat the pudding, and I thought it would appeal to my toddler, but I’m so pleased that I also got a smile out of my tween. Just like the Tapioca Pudding that we ate last week, the chocolate pudding made right—made with simple, wholesome ingredients, so it’s simply delicious. The ingredients include real milk and no artificial preservatives or hydrogenated oils. All three are a good source of calcium. Kozy Shack® Puddings are also gluten free. And the chocolate pudding that we were eating was made with real cocoa.

I’ve shown you two ways to eat some yummy pudding this week, how do you like your pudding?