Easy Graveyard Pudding Cups
The first time I made these Easy Graveyard Pudding Cups, my kids gave me a weird look and weren’t too sure about them. Once I convinced them it actually wasn’t dirt and that it had chocolate pudding in the bottom, they were all good! I made them while they were at school, so they didn’t see the process this time. But the fun started all over again when they told family and friends they had eaten dirt pudding. The looks a mommy can get when trying to do something fun for her kids is amazing some times!
- 1 (1.4oz) box of instant dark chocolate pudding - this is the small box
- 2 cups of cold milk
- 16-18 Oreos (filling removed)
- 4 Milano Dark Chocolate Cookies
- 15 semi-sweet chocolate chips
- candy bones, eyes, etc
- Place chocolate chips in one corner of a zippered sandwich bag and microwave for 30 seconds. Gently massage to insure chips are melted. Clip a very small piece off of the corner and write RIP (or other scary phrases) on Milano cookies to act as tombstones.
- Prepare pudding according to package instructions and fill clear cups about half full.
- Crush Oreos with food processor or in a plastic bag with a rolling pin.
- Put a layer of crushed cookies on the top of the pudding. Insert the "tombstone" cookie into the cup and sprinkle bones and eyes around.
- Refrigerate, according to directions, before serving.
There isn’t really any “cooking” time for these Easy Graveyard Pudding Cups other than melting the chocolate chips in the microwave. Most of the time is just putting it together and setting up in the fridge. If you can get plain chocolate cookies, instead of Oreos, I would. It’s just a waste of all of that filling, and it kind of seems like a crime in my house! Be sure to check out our Oreo Spider Cupcakes and Spooky Jell-O Witch’s Cauldrons too!
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