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Muddy Chocolate Pudding Treat

This decadent dessert is an extra special treat. Mud never tasted so good!

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Participant Age: Under 7, 7 to 12
Approximate Cost: Under $10
Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
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Physical Challenge:
  • 2 small serving bowls
  • 4 (or more) chocolate cookies (Oreos work great)
  • 2 oz. chopped pecans or walnuts
  • 2 oz. peanut butter chips
  • 8 oz. chocolate pudding (either pre-packaged or homemade)

Crumble the cookies per serving into bite-size pieces.


In a small serving bowl, mix the chocolate pudding together with the cookie pieces.


On top of the pudding, sprinkle the peanut butter chips and pecans to make a scrumptious muddy treat!

 

Makes two servings.


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