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    • Laurie Gieschen Voss

      wedding rehearsal dessert using chocolate mint sprigs as garnish in chocolate pudding cups - I'll use a dirt cake recipe.

    • Kristina Bridges

      garden party dessert (chocolate mint puddings)

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      plant pot chocolate dessert

    • CES Weddings

      Chocolate mint pudding with mint sprigs on top. A lovely spring wedding dessert idea du.edu/events/weddings

    • Christina Dutton

      kids will love making (and eating) these potted pudding desserts cleverly disguised as seedlings. Placed in glass flowerpot votives and topped with crushed chocolate-cookie "dirt", this chocolate-mint pudding treat will have all the adults fooled. Get the Potted Chocolate-Mint Puddings Recipe

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