Spooky time is here, so what better way to celebrate than with these delicious and easy Witch’s Brew Halloween Dirt Cups? They are the perfect scary addition to your next Halloween party. Let’s get started!
In all honesty, I’m not the best cook, so when I find an easy recipe (especially for Halloween), I’m all in! I made these desserts for a fun Halloween party at my house and they were a huge hit. Here’s how to make them for your next party.
Gather your Halloween dirt cups ingredients
The best part of this no-bake recipe is how simple it is. But it looks like it took way more work than it really does. Your guests will be impressed. Here’s the ingredients you’ll need:
- Powdered sugar
- Whipped cream (one tub)
- Cream cheese (two 8oz bars)
- Green and purple food coloring
- Green, white or purple candy pearls
- Clear plastic portion cups (5oz)
Step #1: Make your Oreo layer
This part is super easy. Chop about 20 Oreo cookies in a food processer until there are no chunks. If you don’t have a food processor, then you can put your Oreos in a gallon Ziplock bag and mash them with a spoon.
Step #2: Make your cream cheese layer
Next, mix two 8oz boxes of cream cheese, 1/2 cup of powdered sugar and 1/2 tsp of vanilla in a mixer until smooth. Then, fold an 8oz container of whipped cream into the mixture until it’s incorporated.
Finally, separate the mixture into two different bowls and add green food coloring to one bowl and purple food coloring to the other one. Stir until the colors are completely mixed in.
Step #3: Assemble into portion cups
Now for the fun part. Starting with the Oreos, add one layer after another into the portion cups as follows:
- Crushed Oreos
- Purple cream cheese mixture
- Crushed Oreos
- Green cream cheese mixture
- Whipped cream
- Candy pearls
I piped my cream cheese mixture through the cut tip of a sandwich bag. It was much easier than spooning it in. And that’s it!
Let me know what you thought of these Witch’s Brew Halloween Dirt Cups in the comments below. Here’s a short video of how I made them from start to finish. Thanks for reading!
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