Dirt Flower Pot
Dirt Flower Pot
Easy to make and looks just adorable. Dress it up with flowers, worms, and Scottie Dog Shortbread.


(serves 8, or makes 4 small flower pots)

1 package of Oreos
2 graham crackers (optional)
2 packs of instant chocolate pudding
1/2 cup confectioners sugar
3 cups milk
8 oz cream cheese
8 oz whipped topping
1 box of Walkers Scottie Dog Shortbread Cookies (Chocolate or Original)
Gummy worms (optional)

For decoration (optional):
small flower pots (I used 6 inch pots)
organic flowers, or fake flowers


Crush the Oreo cookies in either a large ziplock bag using a rolling pin or in a food processor. Add to a large bowl and reserve. If you’d like, you can add some graham crackers to add a lighter dirt color. I removed all but 2 cups of the Oreo crumbs from the food processor and added 2 graham crackers, pulsing to combine. This lighter mixture will be my top layer.

Add the pudding packs and confectioners sugar to a large bowl and mix to combine. Add the milk and whisk for 2 minutes. Add the cream cheese and whipped topping and whisk until fully combined. The mixture will get light and fluffy.

Now you’re ready to assemble! If using a flower pot, fill the draining hole at the bottom with cookie pieces. Fill the bottom with cookie crumbs. Measure a straw to be about an inch below the top of the flower pot. Add the cut straw to the middle of the pot and surround with a layer of the pudding mixture. Add an organic flower to the straw and continue to fill the pot with the layers until you reach the top. Use the graham cracker-Oreo mixture as the top layer.

Add the gummy worms in before your final layer of pudding. Top with the graham cracker-Oreo mixture. Add the Scottie dog cookies as either sniffing around or trying to dig up the flowers.

CartID:a6fb2544-b234-4ea0-857e-9de481f2c752||OrderID:0||SessionID:52980763||SessionGUID:a6fb2544-b234-4ea0-857e-9de481f2c752||CartItems:{citems}||CustomerID:0 : 0 : 0||URL:http://www.walkersus.com/recipe/print.aspx?ID=850||StoreID:58||StoreCheck:58||Loggedin:False