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Gremlins in the Graveyard Halloween Treats

Gremlins in the Graveyard are chocolate pudding cups decorated with a froth of whipped cream, scary cookies and Halloween candy! A great party treat or a snack before the kids head out for Beggars Night!

 

Gremlins in the Graveyard are chocolate pudding cups decorated with a froth of whipped cream, scary cookies and Halloween candy! A great party treat or a snack before the kids head out for Beggars Night!

 

Fall is rushing by and Halloween will be here before we know it. One of the best ways I know to get the scary time started is by conjuring up a spooky  treat that both the kids and grown-ups will love.

 

Fall is rushing by and Halloween will be here before we know it. One of the best ways I know to get the scary time started is by conjuring up a spooky  treat that both the kids and grown-ups will love.

 

Pudding cups has been a staple around my house for years. Being delicious and loaded with calcium, as much as an 8 oz glass of milk, it’s a natural choice for school lunches or as an anytime snack. Pudding cups also comes in a variety of fun flavors, and are great for adding in your favorite mix-ins. I let the kids choose things like pretzel pieces and granola, but the possibilities are endless. By adding yummy mix-ins for Halloween, like gummy worms and Gremlin faced cookies, these pudding cups become monster-ously special.  Making this spooky treat is aslo an easy and fun activity for the  kids.

Here is How I made These Fun Treats

1. Using a small round tip on the frosting tubes, write RIP in white on the Nutter Butter cookies. Next, use the purple frosting to attach two candy eyes to the Oreo cookies, and to draw on a scary Gremlin face. Let the kids get creative! Set aside.

 

Fall is rushing by and Halloween will be here before we know it. One of the best ways I know to get the scary time started is by conjuring up a spooky  treat that both the kids and grown-ups will love.

 

2. Remove the top tab  from the pudding cup and fill to the top with whipped cream to create the look of fog.

3. Add a RIP cookie headstone to the back corner of the pudding cup, push it down into the pudding to hold it in place.

4. In front of the RIP headstone, tuck a Gremlin cookie into the  pudding to hold it in place.

 

Fall is rushing by and Halloween will be here before we know it. One of the best ways I know to get the scary time started is by conjuring up a spooky  treat that both the kids and grown-ups will love.

5. Decorate with pumpkin and gummy worm Halloween candy. Serve and enjoy!

 

Fall is rushing by and Halloween will be here before we know it. One of the best ways I know to get the scary time started is by conjuring up a spooky  treat that both the kids and grown-ups will love.

 

These Gremlins in the Graveyard Halloween Treats are perfect either served alone or at a gathering of scary Trick or Treaters!

Looking for more fun Halloween treats, try these Butterfinger Ghoul Cookies!

Butterfinger Ghoul Cookies are a tasty peanut butter and candy cookie treat! Cookies decorated for Beggars Night, with ghoulishly scary candy faces! Bake a batch to get the entire family in the spirit!
Butterfinger Ghoul Cookies

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chocolate pudding cup decorated for Halloween with cookies and candies

Gremlins in the Graveyard Halloween Treats

  • Author: Christine
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 12 servings 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: By Hand
  • Cuisine: American

Description

Gremlins in the Graveyard are chocolate pudding cups decorated with a froth of whipped cream, scary cookies and Halloween candy!


Scale

Ingredients

  • 12 chocolate pudding cups
  • 1 can whipped cream
  • 12 Nutter Butter Cookies
  • 12 Oreo sandwich cookies
  • 1 tube each white and purple frosting
  • 1 package candy eyes
  • 12 candy pumpkins
  • 12 gummy worms

Instructions

  1. Using a small round tip on the frosting tubes, write RIP in white on the Nutter Butter cookies.
  2. Use the purple frosting to attach two candy eyes to the Oreo cookies, and to draw on a scary monster face.
  3. Remove the top tab  from the pudding cup and fill to the top with whipped cream to create the look of fog.
  4. Add a RIP cookie headstone to the back corner of the pudding cup, push it down into the pudding to hold it in place.
  5. In front of the RIP headstone, tuck a Gremlin cookie into the  pudding to hold it in place.
  6. Place a candy pumpkin and gummy worm in the whipped cream around the cookies.
  7. Refrigerate leftovers tightly covered.

Notes

  1. Substitute your favorite pudding flavors and cookies for the chocolate and peanut butter ones.

Keywords: halloween,pudding cups,dessert,halloween treats

 

Fall is rushing by and Halloween will be here before we know it. One of the best ways I know to get the scary time started is by conjuring up a spooky  treat that both the kids and grown-ups will love.

 

 

5 Comments

  1. Hi Joanita, thank you so much…I am honored by the feature!! And thank you for visiting…it is always a pleasure:) Hugs- Christine

  2. This so cute! Great for the little ones 🙂
    Congratulations, you are being featured in this week’s
    Snickerdoodle Mini Round Up!
    Have an awesome day!
    Joanita

  3. These mix-ins are so fun. I’m really in the Halloween spirit. Thank you for sharing! #client

  4. HI Karren, thank you so much!! It was so much fun to make these!! Have a super day!! Hugs- Christine

  5. How gooling for pudding cups, they turned out really cute!!
    Thanks for visiting #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup this week!
    Have a great week!
    Karen

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