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Ghost Pudding Cups



I know, I know! Summer hasn't officially ended but yet we're bringing you something for Halloween. Well I like to start my holidays pretty early, and this is so absolutely amazing that I couldn't wait to share it with you. These sweet treats are ghoulishly fun!


Recipe yields 8 servings


Ingredients:

35 Oreos (about 2/3 of package), fillings removed

1 8 oz. container Cool Whip

2 packages vanilla instant pudding mix

4 cups of milk (2 per package of pudding)

Orange food coloring

*For eyes, options can include: chocolate chips, black gel icing, or M&M’s


Directions:

1. Make pudding according to the directions on package. Add orange food coloring and place in refrigerator to cool.

2. Place Oreos (with fillings removed) into a plastic bag and crush until all pieces are broken into small chunks.


3. Divide amount in half, and distribute first half in bottom of cups. Add 1⁄2 cup of pudding to each cup, and top with remaining Oreos.


4. Fill a large Ziploc bag with Cool Whip and snip off a corner to pipe on the ghost toppers.

5. Use chocolate chips, black gel icing or M&M’s to add eyes.


So what do you think of our Halloween Ghost Pudding Cups? 


Annmarie John
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  1. These look adorable and seriously so easy to make. Thanks for sharing and now I so want to try them for the girls :)

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  2. Oh my these look so neat my kids will love making them together. And thy are simple I am not a great cook but these seem fool proof!

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  3. Oh I so want to give these a shot. They look so yummy too. I think this is what I'm going to be trying these out with my niece this weekend. I'll let you know how they turn out.

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  4. This is solo cute! I am so doing this on halloween!

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  5. Aww.. those ghosts are too cute!!! The recipe is so simple!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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  6. It's totally not too early to talk about Halloween! I talked about pumpkin stew in AUGUST!
    This is awesome.

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  7. This would be perfect for Halloween or even for tricks or treat. The ghoulish cupcakes looks really cute.

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  8. This looks so yummy and fun for my kids - they're going to love this sweet treat!

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  9. How cool is this.. my kids would be in awe of these..

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  10. Cool Whip? Oreos? Pudding? Sounds like a winner to me!

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  11. This is soooooooooooo cool. I have a recipe linky every Friday. Won't you share this cool recipe with my readers too? Thanks

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  12. These are so cute and I bet they taste AWESOME. I wonder if you could use Butterscotch pudding instead of vanilla. My family really likes Butterscotch.

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  13. These are so cute! I bet my two boys would love this recipe :)

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  14. Those looks so cool and yummy. Will try this out with the kiddos.

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  15. These are so cute! Perfect for Halloween kids parties :). My kids would love this!

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  16. These are perfectly delightful for kids AND adults. I would gobble one up in a second!

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  17. This such a cute and yummy idea. I love these. I will have to make these. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  18. Haha they are just so cutie!!!! Looks good and yummY!

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  19. hahaha yesss, it's a bit early for holloween but never for some cute tasting dessert! it's cute and it looks yummy too! thanks for sharing!

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  20. Why wait for Halloween? Treats are an anytime kinda deal.

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  21. Those are boootiful. I bet they're tasty too, and perfect to bring in the Fall season. :)

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  22. I pinned this on a couple of my Pinterest boards because I thought they were so cute. I'm going to have to make these for sure.

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  23. Oh my goodness these are so cute! I'm definitely doing this with my girls.

    Thanks for sharing (and for joining my #Blirthdaybash)!

    Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

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  24. Those look relatively simple to make and so yummy!

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  25. Such cute designs! It's a novel way to have a desert and perfect for Halloween!

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  26. What a fun idea! A perfect for kids in Halloween.

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  27. Omg how cute are these pudding cups! Such a creative way to get into the Halloween spirit... Plus I'm obsessed with Oreos, so this sounds and looks amazing! Definitely going to make them :)

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  28. These little pudding cups are so cute. I think event clients will love the idea.

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  29. Those look so cute and like they're a lot of fun to make! I will probably try it out myself, with my children here soon. I love Halloween and the fun that leads up to trick or treating. Thanks for a great recipe!

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  30. Those are super cute but I'm closing my eyes to all thing Autumn until summer is officially over! :)

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