Chocolate Garden Cups Recipe {Earth-Day Party Kit Giveaway – $100 Value!}

Chocolate Garden Cups Recipe

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Chocolate Garden Cups Recipe

Chocolate Garden Cups Recipe

Adorable and fun to make with the family, these Chocolate Garden cups are perfect for kids parties or an afterschool snack. Topped with yummy organic Choco Chimps cereal, the deliciously simple, eggless chocolate pudding is light, easy to make, and not too sweet.


  • 1 ¾ cup chocolate milk, room temperature
  • 2 tbsp. cocoa powder
  • 2 tbsp. corn starch
  • 1 tbsp. maple syrup or sweeten to taste

Garden Cups:

  • 1/2 cup Choco Chimps Cereal, crushed
  • Sprig of mint


1)Combine cocoa powder and corn starch in a small pot.

2)Gradually stir in milk and whisk until smooth. Stir in maple syrup.

3)Stirring constantly, bring to slow boil. Whisk for 1 minute until pudding thickens.

4)Remove from heat and pour into small mason jars or jam jars, leaving space for topping.

5)Chill for 1 hour until cooled and thickened.

6)Top with crushed Choco Chimps Cereal and garnish with sprig of mint and popsicle stick.

Earth day is coming up on April 22! To celebrate one of our favourite earth-conscious brands is offering one you US/CAN readers the chance to WIN an “EnviroKidz Celebrate-the-Earth Party Kit”, valued at $100!

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The kit comes with the following inclusions so you can throw an awesome Earth-Day party:

  • 10 free product vouchers, valued at $50 – all for mom or to share with party guests!
  • Party Treats
  • All the EnviroKidz products needed to create the yummy party recipe above
  • EnviroKidz snack bars for the party or for goodie bags
  • Download-and-print party invites
  • Party Banner
  • Party swag including animal stickers from our 1% for the Planet nonprofit partners such as The Australian Koala Foundation and Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
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US and CAN readers enter to WIN via Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate this post. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.

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Founder and Writer at One Smiley Monkey blog
Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

61 responses to “Chocolate Garden Cups Recipe {Earth-Day Party Kit Giveaway – $100 Value!}”

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  2. We recycle, use reusable water bottles, and use reusable containers for lunches.

  3. We recycle as much a possible.

  4. We recycle as much as we can and try to use natural products

  5. We recycle and compost in the summer.

  6. We recycle as much as we possibly can

  7. We recycle, donate items we are not using/or no longer need and use refillable water bottles.

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  9. We recycle as much as we can. We are lucky that we have a blue bin program here, so we have a huge blue bin that we can fill up and we don’t need to separate anything either, and they come and pick it up on garbage day.

  10. We reduce, reduce, and recycle and donate as much as possible.

  11. We use cloth diapers and we recycle and reuse whatever we can. I also do litterless lunches with the kids and my husband.

  12. We put the car away in the garage every winter and walk instead of driving.

  13. We recycle and compost regularly.

  14. we use re-useable waterbottles, we use cloth napkins at home, we recycle what we can

  15. we recycle everything we can, purchase locally grown food whenever possible and donate clothing and household items to local charities

  16. We recycle and use reusable shopping bags.

  17. We recycle and compost pretty much everything, and we try to buy a fair amount of locally produced food.

  18. We use reusable containers for the kids lunches instead of baggies.

  19. We reuse and recycle and we walk as often as we can.

  20. we recycle and compost

  21. as much as possible, we keep a minimalist lifestyle

  22. We recycle, have energy efficient appliances, and try to eat locally.

  23. we recylce and I always re-use butter containers for storing leftovers and cookies,etc.

  24. We reuse as much as we can and then recycle what we can’t.

  25. take pop cans/bottles to the bottle depot; take used paint cans/computers to
    the recycle centre. donate items we no longer use or need so they can sell
    for a profit (Salvation Army/MCC)

  26. I like to do DIY and make my own things like home cleaners and essence oils!

  27. We recycle and compost.

  28. Reuse and recycle as much as we can.

  29. I take short showers in lukewarm water.

  30. We always recycle at home. For cardboard boxes, quite often we will use it to make crafts with kids

  31. we compost and recycle as much as possible

  32. Reuseable water bottles and hardly any garbage. Try for one bag at curb.

  33. We do a ton – recycle, compost, use reusable bags when shopping, etc. etc! Our town is very good with what can be recycled and reused!

  34. Use enviro friendly cleaning products

  35. We compost all of our kitchen scraps in our backyard and use it on our veggie garden. We also try to walk more instead of driving.

  36. we recycle paper, plastic, bottles and cans as much as we can.

  37. We recycle and compost; reuse and upcycle household items and clothing; reduce consumption and use eco-friendly products.

  38. We recycle and try to reuse what we can.

  39. We recycle everything we use; reuse/repurpose items & ensure lights are off after you leave a room

  40. I use reusable grocery bags and commute to work with others so we save gas

  41. We recycle and reuse grocery bags.

  42. We recycle, green bin, I send litter free lunch at school. This summer I’m also getting a barrel to collect rain water for the garden.

  43. We recycle, compost, use reusable cloth products instead of paper, etc.

  44. We recycle as much as possible, and donate or sell items no longer used.

  45. We drink tap water and we recycle.

  46. we recycle, reuse, donate itms, use environmentally friendly products in our home for cleaning

  47. We always recycle, we keep our showers short, and we always turn off the TV or lights when we leave the room.

  48. we recycle alot, as well as I use the reusuable k cup od

  49. I recycle a lot! We fill a small grocery bag with trash once a month, tops. I drink tap water instead of buying bottled water, and focus on buying energy efficient appliances if we need to replace one.

    • We recycle and compost as much as possible

  50. We recycle and reuse as much as possible

  51. We reduce, reduce, and recycle and every three months donate clothes and items for diabetes

  52. We recycle everything.

  53. We try to recycle as much as possible.

  54. We recycle and use reusable grocery bags.

  55. I try to recycle what we can. And I collect rain water for watering the garden!

  56. we recycle and compost

  57. We recycle and reuse what ever we can. We try to have litter less lunches for work and school.

  58. This recipe sounds totally delightful and perfect for summer too

  59. This dessert looks and sounds positively sinful. I think I’ll have to try this especially since it’s so easy.

  60. This looks so good and I that it’s homemade and healthier than the bought version

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