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Dirt Cups

Dirt Cups recipe
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When Grandma said everyone eats a bushel of dirt in their lifetime, she never imagined it would be so chocolaty good.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
12/16/2003
I have made both versions - dirt and sand - although I used graham cracker crumbs instead of vanilla wafers for the sand. I usually make this for potluck dinners and parties, and put it in a new flower pot I bought just for this. I top it off with an artifical flower. My children love the look on everyone's faces when they begin eating the "dirt".
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11/21/2003
The kids ate the gummy worms, and we ate the cups. The two tastes chocolate and sour/sweet fruit just don't mix. Next time I'll serve the gummies in a separate bowl.
posted:
10/29/2003
Very tasty, very easy to make, very fun to make, great for kids and adults
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9/30/2003
My ant makes this rarely, but when she does she makes sure I get some!
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9/13/2003
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9/2/2003
Taste great and quick to make. I made a lower fat version by using Reduced fat Oreos, fat free milk and Lite Cool Whip.
posted:
7/3/2003
for a super rich variation, add 1 stick of butter,1pkg of cream cheese and 1 tbsp of vanilla extract and increase the milk to 3 cups.
posted:
6/30/2003
We used this recipie for my father's 60th birthday party and decorated it as a grave. We put it in a 13x9 pan, stuck a styrafome headstone (RIP) in one end, and decorated it with plastic lillies. Everybody laughed; it was a hit. Only use this for people who have a well developed sense of humor.
posted:
6/14/2003
these were really good. i honestly hate cooking and i cant cook. my parents always want me to learn so i cooked these for a lunch my mom had. a few ladies ate them, others were just too obssesed by their weight. n e wayz i got really nice comments on how delicious they looked. they are really ex to make, and fun to eat. the recipe is easy for all ages to make. add toppings to it, even eat it with a scoop of cookies n cream ice cream and chocolate sauce. make it like baskin robbins brownie sundae!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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