Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups

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Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cup

Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups

 

I was in the need for a spooky Halloween Treat and this is what I came up with. Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups! Oh did I mention I like simple and easy? I do!! If you are looking for a Spooky Halloween treat here it is. I will be making these for my son’s Halloween Party. I believe they will be a big hit! Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays. I really enjoy creating these Halloween Treats! Here’s a little tip you can also use pre-made pudding if you choose to make this even easier! Hope you enjoy!

 

Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups
 
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Recipe type: Halloween Food
Ingredients
  • 1 box Instant Dark Chocolate Pudding
  • 2 cup cold Milk
  • 16-18 Oreos (filling removed)
  • 4 Milano Dark Chocolate Cookies
  • 15 semi sweet Chocolate Chips
  • Candy Bones, Eyes, etc
  • Plastic Cups
Instructions
  1. Place chocolate chips in one corner zipperd sandwich bag and microwave for 30 seconds.
  2. Gently massage to insure they are melted.
  3. Clip a very small clip off of the corner.
  4. Write RIP (or other scary phrases) on cookies to act as tombstones.
  5. Prepare pudding according to package instructions and fill clear cups about half full.
  6. Crush Oreos with food processor or in a plastic bag with a rolling pin.
  7. Put a layer of crushed cookies over pudding.
  8. Insert "tombstone" into cup.
  9. Sprinkle bones and eyes around.
  10. Refrigerate before serving.

Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups Ingredients

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 box Instant Dark Chocolate Pudding
  • 2 cup cold Milk
  • 16-18 Oreos (filling removed)
  • 4 Milano Dark Chocolate Cookies
  • 15 semi sweet Chocolate Chips
  • Candy Bones, Eyes, etc
  • Plastic Cups

Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups Process

Oreo Graveyard Pudding Cups Process 2

DIRECTIONS

  1. Place chocolate chips in one corner zippered sandwich bag and microwave for 30 seconds.
  2. Gently massage to insure they are melted.
  3. Clip a very small clip off of the corner.
  4. Write RIP (or other scary phrases) on cookies to act as tombstones.
  5. Prepare pudding according to package instructions and fill clear cups about half full.
  6. Crush Oreos with food processor or in a plastic bag with a rolling pin.
  7. Put a layer of crushed cookies over pudding.
  8. Insert “tombstone” into cup.
  9. Sprinkle bones and eyes around.
  10. Refrigerate before serving.

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Comments

  1. So fun!

    Nice to meet a fellow Michigan blogger!

    Found you on one of the blog hops!
    Trisha @ Home Sweet Homemade recently posted..Zip SauceMy Profile

  2. What cute pudding cups, and delicious! Hope you are having a fantastic weekend and thanks so much for sharing this awesome post with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen
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  3. These pudding cups are so cute, love to try for this Halloween, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop. pinning it.
    swathi recently posted..Bunuelos colombianos: Colombian Cheese FrittersMy Profile

  4. These are so cute! I pinned to remind me how to make them for my daughter’s class party. So glad to find you at Motivation Monday!
    Meredith Wouters recently posted..Create Your Own Authentic SuccessMy Profile

  5. These are so stinkin cute! I can see the kids in out neighborhood loving these! Thanks for sharing! Stopping in from the link up today 🙂

  6. I can’t believe how cute and easy these are. Setting this one aside – time to make them will be here before we know it! Thanks for sharing your recipe.
    Steph recently posted..Wonderful Teachers are Just Regular People in DisguiseMy Profile

  7. yum! these look delicious!
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  8. This is just perfect for Halloween. Thank you for linking up on the #HomeMattersParty. Come back and share again next week.
    Melissa Vera recently posted..Tips and Tricks for the Frugal Party HostMy Profile

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