Last week, I was challenged to come up with a quick and easy Halloween treat using Snack Pack Pudding Cups. While I was not asked to put up a blog post, the social promotion of the “recipe” was so well-received that I thought it would be a shame not to share them here. Note: I am not being compensated for this post, but affiliate links are used.
Ghosts in a Graveyard Pudding Cups
I made these pudding cups while the kids were in school, and since I didn’t want to eat them ALL (ok, I kind of did…) I stuck a few of them in the refrigerator for later. When the kids came home, I heard, “Mom! Can I eat one of those! Those are SO COOL!” coming from the kitchen. Yes, you know you’ve come up with a winning combination when the kids react like that.
Seriously, these are so easy to make. They’re perfect for a fun Halloween snack or class Halloween party. I would even encourage kids to make their own Ghosts in a Graveyard pudding cups by putting all of the ingredients in a bowl and letting them decorate their cups on their own. If you’ve ever been a room mother for an elementary school Halloween party, you know that you need to come up with a few fun and engaging activities for the kids to do during the party or else all is chaos.
Here’s how you make your own Ghosts in a Graveyard pudding cups:
Just take a Snack Pack pudding cup of your choice (I used Chocolate Caramel), add chocolate sprinkles, and top with a pumpkin spice Milano cookie decorated as a tombstone with black frosting plus a marshmallow ghost. Easy enough? Totally!
Pumpkin Seed Granola Tapioca Pudding Cups
As a bonus, I threw some homemade pumpkin seed granola on top of a tapioca pudding cup and was instantly taken to taste bud heaven. What a glorious combination of flavors!!
All photos were taken on my new iPhone 6S, which is pretty incredible. I’ve never loved a phone quite so much.
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