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Edible Flowers In Dirt Pudding – Spring DIY Craft

Spring is upon us and I am so excited to share a beautiful and tasty craft to make with your little ones – edible flowers in dirt pudding. Now, full disclosure right off the bat!! This DIY project will take some time, but it will be WORTH IT. These pots are super cute to look at and will be SUCH a TREAT to dig into … literally.

Man, I’m cheesy. I know. Edible Flowers in Dirt Pudding require a few tools which I will point out in just a minute. You can try to make everything with just your hands and a traditional table knife. I am sure it will come out just fine! I am ALL ABOUT using what I have. My point is to PLEASE NOT be deterred if you don’t have all the tools I mention. It’s all about being creative.

Edible Flowers In Dirt Pudding - Spring DIY Craft

Edible Flowers In Dirt Pudding – Spring DIY Craft

Ready for some instructions? These Edible Flowers in Dirt Pudding will absolutely be Instagram worthy. Make sure your camera is charged before you get going because everyone will want to dive in as soon as you are done.

Yields: 8 Flower Pots 

Edible Flowers in Dirt Pudding Ingredients

  • 1 pkg. French Vanilla JELL-O Pudding Mix
  • 1¼ cup Milk
  • ½ cup Powdered Sugar
  • 4 oz. Cream Cheese
  • 2 tbsp. Butter
  • 6 oz. Whipped Topping
  • ½ pkg. Oreos

Fondant Flower Ingredients

  • Wilton Pink Fondant
  • Wilton Green Fondant
  • Wilton Yellow Fondant (optional)


  • Silicone Pot Mold
  • Baking Rods/Wooden Sticks
  • Small Paint Brush
  • Green Food Coloring (Gel)
  • Fondant Ball Rod

 Edible Flowers in Dirt Pudding

Edible Flowers in Dirt Pudding Instructions

  1. Using an electric mixer, combine the pudding mix and milk. Add butter, powdered sugar, and cream cheese. Mix on medium to high speed until evenly distributed. Set aside.Oreos
  2. Crush Oreo cookies into small pieces. Add a handful of crushed Oreos into the bottom of each silicone pot mold. Layer with pudding mixture. Continue to alternate until full.
  3. Place in refrigerator for 20-40 minutes.
  4. Using a thin paintbrush, cover wooden baking rods with green food coloring gel. Place in refrigerator for 1 hour to speed the drying process. This is where the Edible Flowers In Dirt Pudding start to ask for a steady hand. How to make edible flowers
  5. Roll out a thin layer of pink fondant. Use small spoons to create the petal templates. Peel the petals from the spoons. Add petals, one by one, to stem (dried green wooden rod) and fold backward slightly. Use a touch of water (mixed with corn starch) to hold petals together. Allow each petal a few minutes to dry before adding additional petals.
  6. Optional (you can also use pink fondant for this step): Pinch off 3 tiny pieces of yellow fondant per flower. Roll gently until long and thin. Add a touch of water (mixed with corn starch) to bottoms and place inside each flower.
  7. Roll out a thin layer of green fondant. Using a knife, cut out long, thin leaves. Gently press leaves to create curves.
  8. Stick flower into each silicone pot mold, in the middle of the dirt pudding. Gently insert leaves. Serve and enjoy.

Edible Flowers in Dirt Pudding

What do you think of these?! SO CUTE, right? I’m so in love! Perfect for Spring and beyond.

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