|How to Cook|
|by Delia Smith|
Best-selling author Delia Smith presents a simple and enjoyable cooking course for people of all ages and abilities.
1 - 10 of 265 for dirt n worms
This popular "novelty" ... place several gummy worms and critters in ... embellish the presentation. Chill in refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours before serving.
In a plastic ... top of opened pudding cups, add gummy worms to top or partily buried in cookie crumbs. Also, great for B-day parties, or classroom treats
Crush cookies in ... crush fine for dirt. Add candy ... can be used to keep topping from being smashed by the plastic wrap. (It is crazy, but it is good!)
Mix the pudding ... then pudding and worms. Repeat until ... cookies can be substituted for sugar cookies; make a sand pie, you can use a pail and shovel.
Make pudding with ... cookies, a few worms cut in half, pudding mixture. ... layer. Top with worms. Decorate with fake flowers and a small garden shovel.
Cream together butter, ... Layer ground cookies (dirt) and pudding ... and put gummy worms on to and ... container. Chill 3 to 4 hours. Use a plastic sand bucket.
Mix well the ... been lined with foil. Very interesting when gummy worms are added. Stick a silk bouquet of flowers in center of pot. Keep refrigerated.
Remove center (save) ... crumbs. Alternate with pudding mixture ending with cookie crumbs. Add "gummy worms" and flowers. Keep refrigerated until served.
Crush cookies in ... twice.) Place gummy worms throughout mixture, leaving ... stick out through dirt (cookies) at the ... flowers using garden tool shovel.
Crush cookies. Put ... top of pudding. Put remaining cookies on top of cheese mixture. For optional garnish, put a few gummie worms on top. Kids like that.
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