These Bunny Dirt Cups are easy to make and they are great for any gathering or school party. You can even get the kids involved with this EASTER treat.

Bunny Dirt Cups

I bet you are all sitting there thinking, whoa it’s about time Meagan got creative.  The best part about these cute little Easter desserts is that they are super easy to make.  No, really they are trust me.  Plus they are the perfect treat to have around for kids or to take to an Easter party!

We all remember dirt cups growing up and if you weren’t allowed to eat them, you at least dreamed about the way they would taste.  I’ve always made dirt cups with Oreos, but this time I decided to use chocolate graham crackers because that’s what I had in the pantry.  They worked out great with the pudding and might be my new choice for dirt desserts.

Bunny Dirt Cups

Bunny Dirt Cups
 You can mix the granola with pudding or Nutella.  For this recipe, I used pudding snack packets that my little one wasn’t eating.  Next put the dirt in a plastic cocktail cup but you can also plate this up in a jar.  Top if off with some green grass icing and then follow with a pink bunny peep.  If icing isn’t your thing, you can dye some coconut to put on the top instead.  For extra toppings, I added some speckled robin eggs.

Bunny Dirt Cups

 I would love to see your final creations on Instagram. Make sure to tag your recipes with #azbrecipes or #azestybiterecipes.

ENJOY ~ Meagan

Yield: 3 to 4 servings

Bunny Dirt Cups

Bunny Dirt Cups
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 15 chocolate graham crackers
  • 2 3.25 ounces chocolate pudding snack packs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 stick salted butter
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 3/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 3 tablespoons half and half
  • 3 to 4 drops of green food coloring
  • 4 bunny peeps


Add graham crackers to a food processor and blend until fine consistency. Stir in the pudding and vanilla. Pour the mixture into small cocktail cups or jars.


Add butter, vanilla, powdered sugar, half and half and food coloring to a bowl. Mix with a hand mixer until smooth. Pour into a icing bag and use Wilton tip 233 for grass. Go along the top of the dirt making grass. Top with a peep.

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26 comments on “Bunny Dirt Cups”

  1. This is so cute!! Easy… fun… and perfect for Spring! PINNING! xoxo

  2. Ahhh, I love these so much! I’ve never made a dirt dessert but I think I need to now!

  3. These are so adorable. I love the way you mixed it up with graham crackers.

  4. These are adorable! Totally perfect for Easter 🙂

  5. These are too cute! My kiddos would go crazy for them!

  6. These.Are.Adorable. ‘Nuff said.

  7. Ahhh, how cute are these? I definitely see myself doing something like this, pinning for later 🙂

  8. These are absolutely adorable!!! So perfect for Easter entertaining 🙂

  9. SOOOOOO CUTE!!!! These are the tastiest, prettiest little dirt cups ever!

  10. These are so cute!!! My kids would love love love them.

  11. These are adorable!! I might make this for my two year old.

  12. So stickin cute!! Love these!!

  13. These are too cute!!

  14. How long can you make them in advance say for a party and making 40 cups? If I made them a day head of time would that be okay or do they need to be same day deal? Thank you love the idea I volunteer to help for a children’s Easter party and we have to do all the prep! It’s fun! 

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  16. Absolutely love your creative idea with bunny dirt cups! Can I post it on my blog? Thanks for sharing!

  17. In your instructions, it says, “Add graham crackers to a food processor and blend until fine consistency. Stir in the pudding AND VANILLA.” I did not see vanilla added to the graham cracker-pudding mixture during the video. Should vanilla be added?

    • Hi Kathy! It’s completely up to you on whether you want to add the vanilla to the recipe. You are more than welcome to omit for this recipe.

    • Thank you for your quick reply! I’m going to try these for Easter. They’re so cute — and I’m sure delicious, too!

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