(recipe) mint chocolate pudding parfait

Mint Chocolate Parfait

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this festive GREEN mint chocolate parfait recipe, made with mint Oreos. Sooo yummy and simple enough for your kiddos to help you with. In fact, cooking is a great way to flex those fine motor skills and teach all sorts of subjects (math, science, reading, writing, etc.). Plus, someday your kid’s spouse will totally thank you. When I met my hubby, he could barely boil a pot of water. Then again, he married a directionally challenged girl who loathes anything having to do with math. He may only be able to cook spaghetti, but at least he can get to the store to buy spaghetti without having to use GPS (I’m not joking). We balance each other out haha!

Ingredients

Instant Chocolate Pudding

Cool Whip

Green Food Coloring

Mint Oreos

Half Pint Jar

Directions

Step 1: Crush mint Oreos in a food processor. You can also stick them in a plastic freezer bag and use a rolling pin to crush them. You’ll need 2 Oreos per jar.

Step 2: Make chocolate pudding according to package and allow to chill in the refrigerator. Add green food coloring to the cool whip and mix until you get your desired shade of green.

Step 3: Layer 2 tablespoons of crushed Oreos, green cool whip and chocolate pudding all the way to the top of the half pint jar. Enjoy!

Check out these other GREEN treats from some of my favorite bloggers:

Leprechaun Coolers by Around My Family Table

Minty Oreo Leprechaun Bark by Million Moments

Grasshopper Pie Pizookie by A Night Owl Blog

Pistachio Gelato by Bless this Mess Please

Coconut Lime Bars by Eat Your Heart Out

Lime Basil Ice Cream Sandwiches by BetsyLife

Mint Tea Marshmallows by Home Cooking Memories

Baileys Irish Cream Chocolate Truffles by A Little Clairification

Saint Patrick’s Day Dipped Strawberries by The Rebel Chick

Irish Cream Mint Shake by Plugged In Family

Irish Flag Trifle by Mom Endeavors

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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