This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SnackPackMixins #CollectiveBias Embrace the spring with Berry Flower Snack Pack Pudding Cups!
I’ve been looking forward to spring all winter but one thing I forgot that comes with all the pretty flowers are bugs. I am not a fan of creepy crawly things and in the last week it has been evident that my opinion of bugs has rubbed off on my daughter.
The other day while reading a book Carly spotted a picture of a bug and said “Icky! It’s a bug.” I just about died laughing. But I am actually really grateful she thinks they are icky. I’m not sure what I’ll do when I have boys and they want to bring bugs into the house. Good thing we’re having another girl so I have more time to prepare.
Well back to the beautiful spring flowers which inspired these yummy pudding cups. If you have a hard time getting your child to consume enough calcium or fruit, these are the perfect snack! Each Snack Pack has just as much calcium as a cup of milk so you can count this scrumptious snack as 1 daily serving of dairy.
Another mix-in you can try with Snack Pack Pudding cups are the brand new Snack Pack Pudding Bars which are available in stores as of today (May, 18th)! They are quite delicious. It’s like a little brownie… which tastes awesome with pudding.
Berry Flower Pudding Cups
- 4 Vanilla Snack Packs
- 1 cup fruit, plus more for top (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and/or strawberries)
- Whipped Cream, homemadeor Reddi-Wip®
- 2 tablespoons sliced almonds
- Mix 1/4 cup berries into each Snack Pack (you can empty pudding into a bowl to mix if desired).
- Pipe on whipped cream.
To make the flowers:
- Place 5 strawberry slices in a circle on top of the whipped cream and then place a blackberry or 3 blueberries in the middle.
- To make almond flowers, place a blackberry or raspberry in the center of the whipped cream and then poke in sliced almonds all around like petals of a flower.