Dr. Seuss’s birthday is a wonderful time to enjoy all things Seuss related! The book Green Eggs and Ham is no doubt a favorite amongst children, which is why this Dr. Seuss Green Eggs recipe is sure to be a hit in your house. You can make your own green eggs in just minutes, and this is one sweet treat you won’t have to beg kids to eat! Here is how you can get started making your own green eggs.
Here’s what you need:
- Vanilla pudding
- Green food coloring
- Nilla wafers
We found everything we needed at our local Dollar Tree. The vanilla pudding cups make it easy to add the coloring and for kids to stir. Plus, each cup makes two eggs which is perfect per child. You can also find the smaller sized Nilla Wafers like we used here. Perfect!
Here’s what you do:
1. Begin by adding 2 drops of food coloring to each pudding cup. Stir well. You can add more or less coloring depending on how deep of a hue you wish to have. For ours, we used 3 drops.
Your Dr. Seuss green eggs are now ready to be enjoyed. Serve with a spoon or allow kids to dig in and use their wafer for dipping. Either way, this is one green egg you won’t have to bribe them to eat.
The kiddos will be happy to enjoy their green eggs snack in a house, with a mouse, you get the point!