Kraft Foods Cooking Up Good Page: Coupons, Sweepstakes & Recipes (Including Oreo Sand & Dirt Cups)

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Head on over to the Kraft Foods Cooking Up Good page and watch the Lunch Bag of Tricks video to unlock coupons for a variety of Kraft products like Capri Sun, Kool-Aid and more! Plus, scroll down the page to enter the Kraft Hub Sweepstakes – just create a collection of your favorite Kraft Recipes to be entered for a chance to win a $100, $250, or $1,000 Walmart gift card; enter once daily.

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Also be sure to click here to enter to win one of five $50 Walmart Gift Cards (ends August 31st).

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As I mentioned above, you’ll find tons of popular Kraft Recipes here including a recipe for Oreo Sand & Dirt Cups. This is a fun recipe to make with the kids and they’ll especially enjoy eating it up – dirt, worms and all! ๐Ÿ™‚

Oreo Sand & Dirt Cups


1 pkg. (3.4 oz.) JELL-O Vanilla Flavor Instant Pudding (or use sugar-free equivalent)
1 pkg. (3.9 oz.) JELL-O Chocolate Instant Pudding (or use sugar-free equivalent)
4 cups cold milk, divided
1 cup thawed COOL WHIP Whipped Topping, divided
20 OREO Cookies, finely crushed
16 worm-shaped chewy fruit snacks

Ingredients for Oreo Dirt & Sand Cups


Whisk pudding with two cups each of cold milk per flavor in two separate bowls. Let set for 5 minutes. Mix 1/2 cup Cool Whip in both the vanilla and chocolate puddings separately. Crush Oreos with a food processor or by using a Ziploc bag and rolling pin. Scoop 1 tbsp. of Oreo crumbs on the bottom of each cup. Layer with 1/4 cup vanilla pudding mixture followed by 1 tbsp. Oreo crumbs. Then layer 1/4 cup chocolate pudding mixture followed by 1 tbsp. of Oreo crumbs on top. Refrigerate one hour and top with worms before serving. Makes six 6oz. cups.

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  1. Mel

    These are the same coupons available on I already reached my print limit on quite a few already.

  2. Toni

    Watched the video twice. Wont unlock. ๐Ÿ™

  3. Zen

    Another well-designed event from Kraft to promote their junk food. Collin, I lover so much better your post on “How to Make Portable Meals with Mason Jars” than this. Look at this picture, yes it looks cute but what kind of mom would actually feed their child this kinds of junk? Not me. Just consider the amount of artificial food coloring, not speaking others. Check this out,
    Remember, every bite of junk food takes away the space where you could feed your kids more healthier food. Especially given that they are already subject to such a vast junk food market outside where you have zero control.
    As one of your avid follower, I can’t help saying no here and urging you to reduce posts on this sort of freebie or promotion. Companies like Kraft make tons of money by using cheap, unhealthy ingredients and give consumers back maybe 0.01% through this sort of promotion. Deals on kraft food surface everyday, and while innocent consumers stock up load of products at “bargain” price (or free), the company grins. Who do you think laugh last?

    • Alison

      Sorry but this is uncalled for. Treats are fine in moderation. Collin, you are the best.

    • TeresaAnn

      Sorry…I’ve been seeing way too many posts complaining about this or that. Though you are very much entitled to your own opinion..its just opinion. If one does not like the post…then simply pass..but do not preach. I for one DO make cute sweet treats like this for my kids on occasion. It does NOT make me a bad parent so I’m kind of offended that you put your comment “what kind of mom.” This does NOT mean I’m putting “bad” stuff down their throats all the time..they have no clue that I mix grated veggies in their meatloaf to get it in them somehow ๐Ÿ˜‰

      All I’m saying is…let the parents decide if pudding is on the menu or not. And let Collin offer them to those of us who do enjoy it and very much appreciate all she does to help us out in saving money.

      On a side note…..has anyone seen the sports jello molds anywhere in Walmart? I was curious what they offered.

    • Fabiola

      Zen I totally agree w u about our kids consuming lots of junk food, but not everyone thinks the same and I totally Appreciate Collin posting All deals And each person decides which deal they are gonnA go for. Thanks Collin for all you do!!

    • Erica

      If u dont like it then dont buy it.

  4. terri

    there is nothing better then having junk food for dinner!!!!! keep up the good work Collin!!!!

  5. CA

    Hosting a Ramona Quimby book club party on Monday for my kiddo and her friends. This is a great dessert since Ramona is a little fascinated with worms!

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