Vegan Cup of Dirt, yes, we thought that it would be fun to take a vegan spin on this Halloween favorite. Next time you need a delicious, dairy free dessert for a spooky celebration, try a vegan cup of dirt! It is sure to please!
Vegan Cup of Dirt
- Preheat oven to 350º F. Place tortilla on cutting board and use a paring knife to cut out spooky shapes: ghosts, headstones, etc. Spray both sides with cooking spray, and sprinkle sugar on top. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake until lightly browned and crisp. Let cool. If desired, you can write RIP on headstones with gel icing or edible marker. Set aside.
- Set out 6 clear plastic cups (8 oz cups). Divide pudding among cups.
- In a food processor, process sandwich cookies until finely ground. Divide cookie mixture among the cups.
- Place tortilla cut outs into pudding cups and serve!
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