Feb 252019
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Dr Seuss Green Eggs and Ham Dessert Recipe

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

Dr Seuss Green Eggs and Ham Dessert

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.

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2. Once the color is stirred in well, scoop half of the cup onto a place. Use a spoon to move the pudding into a nice big circle. Repeat on another part of the plate using the second half of the cup.

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3. Drop a Nilla Wafer into the center of the pudding. It will look like the yolk of the egg. How cute is that?

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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 book Green Eggs and Ham is no doubt a favorite amongst children, which is why this Dr. Seuss Green Eggs snack is sure to be a hit in your house.

The kiddos will be happy to enjoy their green eggs snack in a house, with a mouse, you get the point!

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  30 Responses to “Dr. Seuss Inspired Green Eggs Snack Idea”

  1. These have to be the cutest Dr. Seuss inspired snacks I’ve seen! I love that they are so easy to make and that the ingredients can be found at my local Dollar Tree. So, so cute!

  2. This is genius! They look exactly like green eggs. Such a cute and tasty snack.

  3. That’s so simple but so impressive! Best of all, it’s delicious! Great idea, Robin! Love!

  4. That is so cute! I DO like green eggs and ham. Side note: I would eat these anywhere.

  5. I’ll have to do this for my kids. They’ll get a kick out of it. They are older, but they’ve always loved Dr. Seuss. Plus, Dr. Seuss shares a birthday with my son. Or I guess my son shares a birthday with him 😉

  6. What a fun idea. When I first read the title I thought it really was green eggs and ham, but your fun twist I’m using putting in vanilla wafers will make it a kids favorite for sure!

  7. That is cute and simple and I can eat that. I still can’t stomach the thought of green eggs. They did it for my kids school and I was like eewwww

  8. Well now a snack can’t get any easier than store bought vanilla pudding and wafers. Mix in some green food coloring and to da. A fun snack for everyone to enjoy.

  9. Such a simple idea and yet so much fun. My son used to love the book when he was younger. I am thinking this would be just a fun desert to make one night.

  10. This step by step guide is so helpful. The end products look so creatively done!

  11. These are cute! I need to read at my kid’s school for Dr Seuss Day! Maybe I will make the kids a treat too.

  12. This is such a clever snack idea. It would be perfect to make for my nieces the next time they come over.

  13. Very creative and it looks so yummy kids will definitely enjoy it. I would love to make this on weekend where we all present at home.

  14. This is a much tastier option than actual green eggs and ham. We used to try to make that and it was always a little gross.

  15. This is a great idea. So much better then the actual green eggs and ham too. I think I’ll have to do this with my girls. They’ll love it.

  16. What a fun Dr. Seuss activity and snack! His books have been part of so many childhoods over several generations.

  17. This is so much fun! I can’t wait to make it for my son!

  18. Now these Dr Seuss snacks look yummy!! I need to try these for my nieces and nephews!!

  19. This snack is definitely a must try! So easy and so fun! My kid will love it!

  20. Oh Dr. Seuss…my kids will certainly love the idea of all of these colourful snack..

  21. My kids love pudding so I think this is the kind of treat they would love. I never thought of adding food coloring in it but it’s brilliant.

  22. How fab is this idea?! We tried something similar when my kids were younger and boy did they have fun!

  23. This is simple and fun! I’ve got to try this with my niece.

  24. This is such a cute and creative idea!

  25. What a fun idea for the kids to make and snack on. My niece will have fun making this.

  26. I love that you used pudding cups so that the kids could do it themselves. I would have been all over this activity when I was a teacher.

  27. That is an adorably fun and easy snack! Totally passing this on to my teacher friends.

  28. So cute! My kids don’t actually like eggs, and this is the perfect alternative. What a fun idea!

  29. I will have to try this for the next snack day at my daughters school. I bet they would all like it!

  30. I do like Green eggs and Ham. I do I do Sam I am! These are super cute!