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DIY Disney: Try the Grey Stuff


Happy WDW Wednesday Friends!

My three year old is really into crafting right now, and so when we ran across the recipe for "grey stuff" we knew we HAD to try it! Cooking and Crafting with your toddlers is such a fun and rewarding experience, one I highly recommend! 


Ingredients*: 
Instructions:
  1. Make Vanilla Pudding, as per the instructions
  2. Smash the Oreo Cookies into small pieces
  3. Mix cookies into the Vanilla pudding
  4. Add Cool Whip
  5.  Mix in 2-3 tablespoons of Chocolate pudding powder
  6. Chill before serving
Optional:
  • Put onto brownies 
This recipe was super easy and fun to make. I think if I were to make it again, I would just use cookies and cream pudding instead of mixing cookies into the vanilla pudding.  As far as making it with a toddler, this was great! It was great for my three year old to practice some skills. 

Teachable Moments:
  • Discuss utensils used
  • Read together
  • Gross Motor Skills 
    • Mixing
    • Pouring

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Here is the post where I originally found the recipe for "grey stuff", check her channel out and give her some support. 


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