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Easter Chick Pudding Cups: Easy No-Bake Easter Recipe

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Adorable marshmallow chicks sit atop of cup of rich, chocolatey pudding with crushed Oreos, graham crackers, and a gummy worm in this easy, no-bake Easter Chick Pudding Cups recipe.

Several Pudding cups topped with crushed cookie "dirt", and gummy worm and adorable marshmallow chick sitting on a bed of green Easter grass.

Easter is a wonderful time to celebrate with family and friends, and what better way to enjoy the holiday than with some delicious Easter treats? One fun and delicious Easter treat that is sure to delight both young and old alike is my Easter Pudding Cups with Baby Chicks edible Easter food craft.

These cute and festive desserts feature creamy pudding cups topped with fluffy marshmallow chicks and are perfect for any Easter gathering or celebration.

I’ve got many more cute, fun, and delicious easter recipes for you to try out including these almost too cute-to-eat No-Bake Easter Bunny Donuts, this colorful Easter Dessert Charcuterie Board, and this adorable White Chocolate Easter Bunny – simply right-click the link and open these other spring-time goodies in a new tab so that you can check them out after this one!

Whether you’re looking for a fun and easy Easter treat to make with your kids or simply want to add some festive flair to your dessert table, Easter Pudding Cups with Baby Chicks are a sweet and playful way to celebrate the season!

This simple, no-bake Easter dessert is perfect for keeping little hands busy while you prep Easter dinner, or as a sweet treat after hunting for Easter eggs. They’re also great for using up that leftover Easter candy! You will find the full recipe in the printable version at the bottom of the post.

easy Easter Chick Pudding Cups decorated with washi tape

Learn how to make this fun Easter dessert with this simple Easter Chick Pudding Cups recipe below. You will find the complete list of ingredients and instructions in the free printable recipe card at the bottom of this post.

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How to Make Easter Chick Pudding Cups

These fun-filled Easter Pudding Cups are based on the saying, The Early Bird Catches the Worm. They are easy-to-make desserts that serve as a cute decoration, a fun craft, and a tasty snack all in one! Best of all, they take just minutes to put together. And, since they are so simple to make, even the smallest child can help out!

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Easter Pudding Cup Ingredients

To make Easter Chick Pudding Cups, all you will need are five simple ingredients. The amount of each ingredient you’ll need is dependent on how many cups you want to make.

Easter pudding cup ingredients

Easter Pudding Cup Instructions

Making these Easter pudding cups couldn’t be easier. With just a few ingredients and a little creativity, you can create these adorable Easter Chick Pudding Cups to share with your loved ones.

There are two ways you can make these cute Easter desserts:

  1. Using store-bought pudding cups
  2. Making the pudding from scratch and then assembling them in small dessert cups.

Since Easter tends to be pretty busy, I usually opt for store-bought pudding cups. But either way works great!

Making Easter Chick Pudding Cups with Store-Bought Pudding Cups

One of my favorite things about this Easter dessert is that it takes 10 minutes or less to assemble. Plus, it is SO easy, the kids can make them while you take care of other things.

Step One: Decorate Pudding Cups

  • Add some cheerful color to your pudding cups by wrapping some brightly colored washi tape around the cups near the top.

Step Two: Crush Cookies

  • In a plastic bag, use a rolling pin or glass to crush a few Oreos until they resemble dirt.
  • Repeat with the graham crackers

Step Three: Add the Gummy Worms

  • Insert one gummy worm per cup into the pudding, making sure to leave about ⅔ of it sticking out.

Step Four: Add Dirt

  • Now sprinkle some of the cookie dirt over the top of the pudding.

Step Five: Add Baby Chick

  • Lastly, place a marshmallow chick on top.
close up of an Easter Chick Pudding Cup with cookie dirt, a gummy worm and a yellow marshmallow chick.

Making Easter Pudding Cups with Baby Chicks Using Homemade Pudding

The steps for making these Easter Chick Pudding cups are pretty much the same if you are using homemade pudding. Just note that it will take a bit longer since you have to wait for the pudding to set.

  1. Prepare the chocolate pudding according to the package instructions and allow it to cool.
  2. Next, divide the pudding into individual serving cups and refrigerate until set.
  3. Once the pudding has set, follow the same steps as above, adding the worm, followed by some crushed dirt, and then the marshmallow chick.

And that is it! Aren’t they precious?! Now all that’s left to do is enjoy!

In Conclusion

Easter Chick Pudding Cups is a charming and whimsical dessert that is perfect for any Easter celebration. With their creamy pudding base and cute marshmallow chick and gummy worm toppers, these festive treats are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face.

Best of all, this Easter dessert is easy and fun to make, making them a great activity for families or friends to enjoy together.

Whether you’re planning a big Easter brunch or just want to add some sweet fun to your holiday, Easter Pudding Cups with Baby Chicks are a delightful and playful way to celebrate the season.

Pudding cups topped with crushed cookie "dirt", and gummy worm and adorable marshmallow chick.
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Yield: 4 pudding cups

Easter Chick Pudding Cups - An Easy Easter Pudding Cup Recipe

Four Easter Chick Pudding Cups made from pudding cups and topped with marshmallow spring chicks

Adorable marshmallow chicks sit atop of cup of rich, chocolatey pudding with crushed Oreo's, graham crackers and a gummy worm in this easy, no-bake Easter Chick Pudding Cups recipe.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 1 pack Snack Pack Chocolate Pudding Cups, extra large
  • 8 Oreo cookies, crushed
  • 8 graham crackers, crushed
  • 4 gummy worms
  • 4 marshmallow Chicks


  1. Pulse the Oreos into crumbs using a food processor or blender.
  2. Pulse the graham cracker into crumbs using a food processor or blender.
  3. Insert one gummy worm into each pudding cup. I stuck mine in about halfway.
  4. Sprinkle the crushed Oreos and graham crackers over the top of the pudding to make the 'dirt".
  5. Top the pudding cup with a marshmallow chick.


The amount of each ingredient you’ll need is dependent on how many Easter Chick Pudding Cups you want to make

Nutrition Information:


4 pudding cups

Serving Size:

1 pudding cup

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 292Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 238mgCarbohydrates: 54gFiber: 2gSugar: 26gProtein: 3g

Nutritional information is automatically calculated with ingredients and serving size and may not be accurate. Please always double check with your own nutritional apps as well.

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Do you have a creative Easter snack idea? Share it with us in the comments below!

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Nicole Elliott

Thursday 2nd of April 2015

These turned out so adorably! I really love how simple touches like those adorable birds and the washi tape really bring a classic kid dessert to a whole new level with the Snack Packs! #client

Uplifting Families

Thursday 26th of March 2015

These are so cute. I love this idea and I might have to try it with my kids.

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