Every year at the big family Christmas party there is always a family-style size parfait, fondly referred to as “Dirt”. For today’s post I created individual size parfaits, kid style. When thinking about ingredients to create the parfaits the following came to mind: cake, whipped cream, and chocolate pudding. I kept the decorations simple, but thought about our recent trip to our favorite Cape Cod candy story, The Chatham Candy Manor. They had the cutest white marshmallow ghosts so I knew I wanted to use them in these mini-parfaits.
The parfaits couldn’t be easier to make. My toddler loved adding each ingredient into the cup and creating a mess (see below). I also used a pastry bag to make cleaner layers, it worked well, so consider that option. You can make these parfaits before your party begins or have everything set up so the kids can create their own masterpiece. Either way, it’s a fun, interactive dessert for your guests.
What is your favorite parfait or “dirt” combination? leave a comment below