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Worms in Mud

by Natasha Stewart (follow)
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Craft is fun, but it's even more fun when you get to eat your creations. Create an edible worm farm with some chocolate pudding and gummy worms.



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Time: 4 hours
Age: 5-10s
Level: Easy

Materials
Chocolate Jelly or Instant Chocolate Pudding
Gummy Worms
Shredded Coconut
Green Food Colouring

Method
Make the chocolate jelly according to the packet.



worms in mud, chocolate jelly, edible kids crafts, fun food


Place the jelly in the fridge. If you've got instant mousse or pudding you can start adding your worms straight away. Otherwise leave the jelly in the fridge for around 2 hours.



worms in mud, chocolate jelly, edible kids crafts, fun food


Check the jelly, and if it's started to set begin adding gummy worms. Push them in so that they stick halfway out, and then return the jelly to the fridge to set completely.



worms in mud, chocolate jelly, edible kids crafts, fun food




worms in mud, chocolate jelly, edible kids crafts, fun food


Place shredded coconut in a ziplock bag with one or two drops of food colouring. Shake and mix the coconut until it is coloured green.



worms in mud, chocolate jelly, edible kids crafts, fun food


Once the jelly is set remove from the fridge. Sprinkle some shredded coconut over the jelly, and then add a few more worms on top.



worms in mud, chocolate jelly, edible kids crafts, fun food


This is great served at a halloween party as part of a spooky food table. Don't let your kids eat too much of this, as it can be pretty sickly.

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