Adorable Bunny Dirt Cups Recipe

April 10, 2014





  1. This is so cute!! Easy… fun… and perfect for Spring! PINNING! xoxo

  2. Ahhh, I love these so much! I’ve never made a dirt dessert but I think I need to now!

  3. These are so adorable. I love the way you mixed it up with graham crackers.

  4. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    These are adorable! Totally perfect for Easter 🙂

  5. These are too cute! My kiddos would go crazy for them!

  6. These.Are.Adorable. ‘Nuff said.

  7. Ahhh, how cute are these? I definitely see myself doing something like this, pinning for later 🙂

  8. These are absolutely adorable!!! So perfect for Easter entertaining 🙂

  9. SOOOOOO CUTE!!!! These are the tastiest, prettiest little dirt cups ever!

  10. These are so cute!!! My kids would love love love them.

  11. Jehancancook says:

    These are adorable!! I might make this for my two year old.

  12. Tieghan says:

    So stickin cute!! Love these!!

  13. Whitney says:

    These are too cute!!

  14. Jennifer says:

    How long can you make them in advance say for a party and making 40 cups? If I made them a day head of time would that be okay or do they need to be same day deal? Thank you love the idea I volunteer to help for a children’s Easter party and we have to do all the prep! It’s fun! 

    • azestybite says:

      Hi Jennifer – You can make them a day before but I wouldn’t top with the peep until right before the party. It may get a bit hard.

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  16. Absolutely love your creative idea with bunny dirt cups! Can I post it on my blog? Thanks for sharing!

  17. Kathy says:

    In your instructions, it says, “Add graham crackers to a food processor and blend until fine consistency. Stir in the pudding AND VANILLA.” I did not see vanilla added to the graham cracker-pudding mixture during the video. Should vanilla be added?

    • azestybite says:

      Hi Kathy! It’s completely up to you on whether you want to add the vanilla to the recipe. You are more than welcome to omit for this recipe.

    • Kathy says:

      Thank you for your quick reply! I’m going to try these for Easter. They’re so cute — and I’m sure delicious, too!

  18. kathleen says:

    This is so creative. Cute! I will try it this weekend. Thanks for sharing.

  19. Rimmy says:

    this looks so cute. my child is really love them!!!

  20. This is such a fun and creative snack and it looks so yummy too!

  21. Susan Dubose says:

    I love all these beautiful Recipe Ideas! I’ve Pinned all of them to make for special occasions. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  22. Mike says:

    Cute, the kids will love it.

  23. Eek!! I loved dirt pudding cups growing up! This is seriously so cute, I can’t wait to make this with my son!

  24. I absolutely love these Dirt cups they are so Cute and aren’t time consuming which is great when you have lil ones at home!!

  25. I love your dirt cake. You have inspired me to make it for dessert for Easter this year. Thanks for sharing.

  26. Malissa says:

    These cups are so adorable and perfect for Easter!

  27. Oh my – flavorful dessert. What I like about this cup is the bunny design which attract kids to taste it. For the icing, I make 4 colors – pink, purple, yellow and green.

  28. Beks says:

    Sounds like a fun weekend! These dirt cups are really cute!

  29. Lori says:

    These cups are so adorable and perfect for Easter!

  30. Peter Crouch says:

    Can I mix it with chocolate?

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  35. Jally says:

    These small cups are really looking so beautiful. I really enjoy this great reading. Thank you for sharing it.

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  40. A. ESU says:

    Wow! This is fantastic. Absolutely love your creative idea

  41. Courtney says:

    Such a cute decorative idea for Easter! Thanks for sharing!

  42. imsen says:

    i’ve never made a dirt dessert before, but definitely gonna try it soon! thanks!

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  45. Amanda Wodson says:

    Oh, what a delightful and fun recipe for bunny dirt cups! I stumbled upon this post while looking for some creative Easter treats, and it’s just perfect. The presentation is adorable, and I can already imagine the smiles on my family’s faces when they see these cute bunny cups on our Easter table.

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  46. OrbitKitchen says:

    These bunny dirt cups are super cute and easy to make – a perfect Easter activity with the kids! Love the adorable bunny theme, making them a delightful treat for spring celebrations.

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