Homemade Dirt Cups Recipe – Learn like a Pro

Homemade Dirt Cups Recipe – Learn like a Pro: This easy-to-make recipe for Dirt Cake Cups is a favorite from my childhood. It’s chocolate pudding with Oreo cookie bits on top and gummy worms on the sides. This is a fun dessert recipe that you’ll love, whether you make it for kids or for yourself.

Homemade Dirt Cups Recipe – Learn like a Pro


  •  3.9 ounces instant chocolate pudding mix 110 grams (1 box)
  •  2 cups whole milk 454 grams, chilled
  •  8 ounces whipped topping 227 grams, thawed, such as Cool Whip
  •  ¼ cup unsalted butter 57 grams, room temperature (½ stick)
  •  8 ounces cream cheese 227 grams, room temperature (1 brick)
  •  1 cup powdered sugar 113 grams, sifted
  •  16 ounces Oreo cookies 453 grams (about 40 cookies), crushed
  •  24 gummy worms 210 grams

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How to make Dirt Cups

  • Follow the directions on the box to mix the instant pudding mix with the milk. Set aside for five minutes. Add the cream topping after the cake is set.
  • 3.9 ounces of chocolate pudding mix, 2 cups of whole milk, and 8 ounces of whipped topping. Whisk the chocolate pudding in a glass bowl.
  • Mix the butter and cream cheese together with a hand mixer or a stand mixer. Mix in the powdered sugar until the mixture is fluffy and light.
  • 8 ounces of cream cheese, ¼ cup of powdered sugar, and a glass bowl filled with powdered sugar, whipped butter, and cream cheese
  • Mix the pudding mix with the cream cheese mix. Mix well. Putting the chocolate pudding mix into a glass bowl with the cream cheese mix.
  • Put the mixture into a big Ziploc bag. To make it easy to fill the cups, cut off one of the bag’s corners.
  • Fill the bottom of each cup with some of the cream mixture, working your way up. Crush some cookies and add them on top. Put on more of the cream mixture with a pipe. Add some more cookies and gummy worms as a garnish. Enjoy while cold.
  • Oreo cookies (16 ounces) and 24 gummy worms

How to Store

Once they are put together, these cute dirt cups will stay fresh for about three days in the fridge in a container that doesn’t let air in. These desserts are great to make ahead of time! You can escape the stress of making them right before a party by doing it the day before. They will last a long time.


  • Fat 32g49%
  • Saturated Fat 17g106%
  • Trans Fat 1g
  • Polyunsaturated Fat 3g
  • Monounsaturated Fat 10g
  • Cholesterol 52mg17%
  • Sodium 564mg25%
  • Potassium 325mg9%
  • Carbohydrates 102g34%
  • Fiber 2g8%
  • Sugar 71g79%
  • Protein 10g20%
  • Vitamin A 679IU14%
  • Calcium 138mg14%
  • Iron 7mg39%
  • * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


Q1. Why isn’t my chocolate pudding setting?

You might have added a little too much milk by chance if your pudding isn’t setting up right. It can happen to anyone! The only thing you need to do is make sure you follow the directions on the instant jello mix package perfectly.

Q2. What are dirt cups made of?

 The main things that go into dirt cups are chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos, and gummy worms.

Q3. When did dirt cake come out?

The 1980s were a big time for these treats that kids liked. Thank you, moms in the Midwest in the 1980s, for making these sweet treats with chocolate pudding and candy on top!

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