When I think of Halloween, I’m thinking of sweet treats like gooey chocolate…But when it had a spooky twist, it’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 it’s a fun sensory experience!
These are the easiest treats to make for Halloween
– I leave the cream inside the Oreos when I crush them to give it the “graveyard” look. Once you pile the crushed cookies inside the cup, the cream looks like spiderwebs tangled with the “dirt” 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.
– 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!
– OREO Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
– JELL-O Instant Chocolate Pudding
– Black Forest Gummy Worms
– Chinet Cut Crystal 10 Oz Plastic Cups
– Milk (for the pudding mixture)
D I R E C T I O N S
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.
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.
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!