Gone Fishing Desserts & Recipes

Oreo Dirt Cups

Recipe by shariblogs.com

Author: Shari Blogs – All Things Sweet & Delicious :
  • 2 cups cold milk
  • 1 package (4 oz) chocolate instant pudding
  • 1 – 8 oz container whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 package (16 0z) Oreos (crushed into crumbs)
  • Gummy Worms
  • 10 plastic cups (8 oz. size)
  1. Pour the milk into a mixing bowl and add the pudding mix.
  2. Beat with a wire whisk until well blended (about 2 minutes)
  3. Let pudding stand for five minutes.
  4. Stir whipped topping into the pudding very gently until it is all the same color.
  5. Place about 1 Tablespoon of the crushed cookies into the bottom of each cup.
  6. Then add a 2 Tablespoons of pudding to each cup.
  7. Then repeat another layer of cookies, then pudding, and then cookies.
  8. Finish up by adding 2 gummy worms cut in half to the top of each of the cups.
  9. Put cups into the refrigerator for about one hour to chill them.
* I usually wait and add the gummy worms when I am ready to serve, rather than put in the refrigerator.

Gone Fishing Brownie Bites

To make these Gone Fishing Brownie Bites you will need a Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Family Size Brownie Mix, Pillsbury Funfetti Aqua Blue Vanilla Frosting (with adorable fish shaped sprinkles included), pretzel sticks, fruit leather and gummy fish.

Make the batter following the instructions on the box with oil, water and eggs. Pour about one tablespoon of batter into greased mini muffin cups (about 36). Bake at 350 degrees for 20-22 minutes.

Remove from the oven and use the back of a teaspoon to make an indent in the top of each brownie bite. Allow them to cool completely before removing them from the pan.

I made these brownie bites in both my silicone mini muffin pan and in my regular mini muffin pan. It worked both ways but they were easier to remove from the silicone pan. A couple tips for removal from a regular mini muffin pan, place them in the freezer for 15 minutes before removing them and use a thin, sharp knife to cut around the brownie bites to make them easier to remove.


Scoop a cup of frosting into a microwave-safe measuring bowl with a spout for pouring. Melt the frosting in the microwave for 15 seconds, stir and repeat until smooth. Fill each of the brownie bites with melted blue frosting.

Top with fish shaped sprinkles and insert a gummy fish into the frosting once it has set.

Cut narrow strips of the fruit leather and wrap them around pretzel sticks.

Insert the pretzel fishing rods pushing them gently through the frosting into the brownie bite. Let the fruit leather “fishing string” hang down onto the gummy fish “mouth”. I didn’t attach the fruit leather “fishing string” to the fish but you could do so with a dot of melted white chocolate chips.

Candy Display

Gone Fishing Oreo Pops

by easybaked.net 


  • One package of Double Stuff Oreos
  • 2 (12 oz.) bags of Wiltons Candy Melts in light blue
  • 1 (12 oz.) bag of Wiltons Candy Melts in white (optional)
  • 24 Lollipop sticks
  • 24 goldfish crackers
  • ¼ c. brown sugar
  • Small pearl decorating sprinkles
  • Small treat bags and ribbon, if you want to package them up to give away.

DIRECTIONS: • Gently twist apart Oreos. Some will break. No stress. Eat them. • Place candy melts into a bowl. • Melt candy melts in the microwave in 30 second increments, stirring between, until completely melted and smooth. • Press a lollipop stick into white filling, making an indentation. • Dip stick into melted chocolate and spread chocolate on top of white filling.

• Place stick into indentation and set top of cookie back on, cementing the cookie back together around the stick. • Allow chocolate to harden. If you set cookies on a large plate as you put them together, you can place the entire plate into the fridge to speed the hardening process up. • Once hardened, pick the cookie up using the lollipop stick and set into melted chocolate. • Spoon melted chocolate over the Oreo to coat it. • Gently tap the stick on the bowl’s edge to allow excess chocolate to drip off. • Slide bottom of cookie along edge of bowl to remove excess chocolate. • Set cookie on parchment or waxed paper. • Decorate as desired.

For visual click here how-to-make-oreo-pops

Fishing Bobber Cupcakes

by easybake.net


  • One boxed cake mix (plus water, oil and eggs to make according to package)
  • Blue food coloring gel
  • 2 sticks (one cup) of salted butter
  • 2 sticks (one cup) of unsalted butter
  • 3 cups of powdered sugar
  • 2 teaspoons of clear vanilla flavoring
  • 24 Lindt white chocolate truffles
  • One bag of Wilton candy melts in red


  • Make cake mix according to package.
  • Divide out about 1/3 of batter and color it blue
  • Swirl the 2 colors together (don’t mix too much!) and scoop into 24 cupcake liners placed in a baking tin.
  • Bake according to package and cool cupcakes completely
  • Make frosting by placing butters, powdered sugar and vanilla into a large bowl and beating on high until light and fluffy. 
  • Divide frosting in half and color one half blue. Swirl together the blue and white frosting and place into a large zip-top bag, fitted with a decorating tip.
  • Pipe frosting on top of cupcakes.
  • To make toppers: Unwrap all Lindt truffles.
  • Melt red candy melts in a bowl in the microwave for 30 second increments, stirring in between, until melted and smooth.
  • Allow candy melts to cool a little before dipping.
  • Use a small skewer or fork to dip each truffle into red candy melts, covering the bottom half in red. Place these on clean parchment paper to cool and harden.
  • Place remaining melted red chocolate into a small zip-top bag. Clip a corner and carefully pipe a small circle of red on the top of each “bobber”, covering the hole made by the skewer used for dipping.
  • Once “bobbers” are completely cooled and hardened, place them on the top of each cupcake and enjoy!!!

Bobber Cake Pop

I found this cool cake pop but no tutorial

Go to my Party basic and follow the cake pop tutorial

or take a look at the tutorial above  it will also help



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