Pass the Garden Dirt Cake. Get your favourites from &Cake delivered. Download the app and order now! In a separate bowl mix pudding, milk and vanilla.
Press the rolled wafer cookie halves around the outside of the cake to form a fence. Place the eggplants along one of the dirt mounds. Place the carrots along the second dirt mound and plant some. You can have Pass the Garden Dirt Cake using 25 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Pass the Garden Dirt Cake
- You need of Molded vegetables:.
- You need 4 of red, yellow and orange candy fruit chews.
- Prepare 8 of green candy fruit chews.
- You need 1 sprig of fresh parsley.
- It’s 1 sprig of fresh cilantro.
- It’s of Bunny bottom and feet:.
- It’s 1 of regular marshmallow.
- You need 1 of mini marshmallow.
- You need 1 Tbsp. of Vanilla frosting.
- It’s 1 of tube pink decorating icing.
- It’s 2 of yogurt covered almonds.
- It’s of Fence:.
- You need 12 sticks of Honey wheat pretzels.
- You need of Marbled stones:.
- It’s 1 container of fondant.
- Prepare of Grey food coloring.
- It’s of Dirt cake:.
- It’s 1 1/2 packages of oreos, crushed.
- You need 1 (8 oz.) of Bar Cream cheese, softened.
- It’s 1/2 C. of Butter, softened.
- You need 1 C. of Powdered sugar.
- You need 1 of large container Cool Whip.
- Prepare 2 (3.4 oz.) of Boxes Instant white chocolate pudding (or vanilla).
- Prepare 3 C. of Milk.
- Prepare 1 tsp. of Vanilla extract.
Here is how you achieve it. Ingredients of Pass the Garden Dirt Cake It's of Molded vegetables:. Inspired By #CandyLand: Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake. That garden cake is so, so cute!
Pass the Garden Dirt Cake instructions
- Mold the vegetables out of the candy chews. For the tomatoes, knead the red fruit chews between your hands until soft and pliable. Divide into 4 equal pieces and roll into balls. Use skewer to make wrinkles in the top and poke a small hole in each. Take a small piece of the cilantro for the tomato leaves and stick into hole..
- For the cucumbers, knead 4 of the green fruit chews between your hands until soft. Divide into 4 equal pieces. Roll each into a log resembling cucumbers..
- For the carrots, knead the orange fruit chews between your hands until soft. Divide into 4 equal pieces and roll into logs tapering one end to resemble carrots. Using a skewer poke small hole in top the wider end. Take a small piece of fresh parsley and stick it in the hole for the carrot leaves..
- To make the lettuce, take the remaining 4 green fruit chews and yellow fruit chews and knead in between your hands until soft. Divide into 4 equal pieces roll out each piece into a 4 inch long rope and lightly press to flatten. Roll up each rope to form a spiral like the head of a lettuce. Flaring out the outer layer to form leaves..
- For the bunny bottom and feet, use the pink icing to pipe paw pads onto each almond. Dab 2 small dallops of the white frosting on the flat side of the regular marshmallow to use as glue towards the bottom in the 4 and 8 o'clock positions. Glue on bunny feet..
- To make the marbled stones, take 1/2 of the fondant and put into a separate bowl or container. Add a coupe drops of grey food coloring and knead until fondant is completely covered. Grab a pinch of fondant from each white and grey and place one on top of the other. Twist them around each other, pull stretching them longer and fold. Do this a couple times creating a swirl effect. Repeat with remaining fondant. Shape into various sizes and shapes..
- To assemble cake, crush 1 package of oreos and place in the bottom of a 9×13 baking dish. In a separate bowl mix pudding, milk and vanilla..
- Using mixer mix cream cheese, and butter until smooth and creamy. Mix in powdered sugar and then fold in cool whip..
- Fold in pudding mixture until all is combined. Pour over remaining 1/2 package crushed oreos on top. Let sit in the refrigerater a few hours until set. Decorate with molded vegetables and bunny. Stick in pretzel sticks around cake to resemble a fence..
I made a dirt cake for my dh's birthday recently, but we used chocolate pudding instead of vanilla. It was so rich we couldn't eat very much at a time, but dirt cake is a fave around here. BTW, her real name is in one of the pics. LOVE this cake, and I really really like your blog. Easter dirt cake is an easy and delicious no bake treat perfect for dessert on Easter.