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Spooky Fun

When I think of Halloween, Iโ€™m thinking of sweet treats like gooey chocolateโ€ฆBut when it had a spooky twist, itโ€™s even better! These graveyard cups are the perfect treat to make with your little ghouls since the prep time is less than 20 minutes and itโ€™s a fun sensory experience! 


These are the easiest treats to make for Halloween

Tips:
– I leave the cream inside the Oreos when I crush them to give it the โ€œgraveyardโ€ look. Once you pile the crushed cookies inside the cup, the cream looks like spiderwebs tangled with the โ€œdirtโ€ aka Oreos. Sophie thought this was super spooky and a fun twist! 

– Let your little one help you prepare the pudding and crush the Oreos! Did you know that by letting your child help you cook/bake in the kitchen that it fires up their 5 senses – Touch, Taste, Smell, Sight, and Sound? It can also help children with social development.


Ideas:
– Not a fan of of chocolate? Try crushed vanilla Oreos or wafers and your favorite pudding.

– For a lighter option, add sliced fruit on top such as bananas or strawberries! 

Ingredients:
– OREO Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
– JELL-O Instant Chocolate Puddingย 
– Black Forest Gummy Wormsย 
– Chinet Cut Crystal 10 Oz Plastic Cupsย 
– Milk (for the pudding mixture)ย 

D I R E C T I O N S

Step One:

Start with your chocolate pudding mix. I like to use the Jell-O Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix and 2% milk. Place pudding straight into the fridge and let it sit while you assemble the cookie crumbs into the cups.             

Step Two:

Crush about 2 cups of Oreos (a little less than 2 sleeves) and assemble the crumbles into your cups. The key here is to get a nice level of a cookie bottom layer so your pudding sits nicely on top. 

Step Three:

Sweet Success.
Remove your chocolate pudding from the fridge and fill each cup, leaving enough space at the top for a tablespoon of cookie crumble and 2 chopped up gummy worms.
I got lucky and had a few candy eyes in the pantry from last year so I used those too!
Feel free to get creative with your Graveyard Cup – the topping ideas are endless!


Published by Kaylinn Mae

My name is Kaylinn Mae and I am a 27 year old blogger and photographer based in Jacksonville, FL. Iโ€™m a crafty mama that loves to create simple DIYโ€™s. I love to bring more attention to all natural skincare, eco-friendly household products, and of course โ€” cute (and affordable) mom fashion! I specialize in product photography, and social media marketing for companies that I am truly passionate about sharing to my dedicated audience. Letโ€™s connect! Website: https://maeslinnblog.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maeslinn/ Other helpful links: https://linktr.ee/maeslinn

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