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Halloween is by far my favorite time of the year. When else can you enjoy sweet treats, late night parties, and wear ridiculous makeup? I used to frequent Halloween parties and parades before I had my son, and now he is just about old to enjoy those activities now. I can’t wait to host our first Halloween party at our home, and I’m looking forward to playing dress up with my little man. He LOVES to wear hats, and he already scooped up a witch hat and a top hat from the Halloween section at the store. He couldn’t STOP wearing the witch hat, so I know that he already has a thing for pointy head wear. He is going to flip out when he sees these witch Snack Pack pudding cups!
Simple, delicious, and a combination of some of my favorite flavors. Chocolate and peanut butter come together for a seriously sinful Halloween dessert.
I hit Walmart first to find my ingredients. I bought both chocolate and vanilla Snack Pack pudding to experiment with. These creamy flavors taste out of this world, and they contain the same amount of calcium as an eight ounce glass of milk.
I also stocked up on a few other ingredients to use as mix ins with my Snack Pack pudding. I wanted to create witches, so I had to grab sugar cones. I also picked up peanut butter, googly eyes, Sharpies, sprinkles, and Oreos. While I didn’t use the Oreos in this recipe, they are still a good idea to have on hand. There are so many different ways to add mix ins to your Snack Pack Pudding cups that it is nice to have options.
So, what’s first up? Add wiggly eyes to your Snack Pack Pudding cups. Be smarter than me and buy self-stick eyes. I had to use glue!
Get creative and draw funny faces on your cups. I opted for a freckly-faced witch with a snaggle tooth. It IS Halloween, after all.
I then smeared a layer of creamy peanut butter atop each open Snack Pack Pudding cup. This is where it’s up to you to get creative. Do you add sprinkles? How about crushed Oreos? Or, maybe even whipped cream?
I added colorful sprinkles and topped each with a sugar cone.
Why, yes, it is possible to create a cute Halloween party dessert or snack in five minutes or less.
Tie a piece of ribbon or tulle around each to make your witch complete.
- Snack Pack pudding cups
- Peanut butter
- Sugar cones
- Wiggly eyes
- Ribbon, optional
- Oreos, optional
- Whipped cream, optional
- Add wiggly eyes to each Snack Pack Pudding cup.
- Draw a funny face with the Sharpies.
- Open each Snack Pack Pudding cup.
- Cover pudding with creamy peanut butter.
- Add sprinkles, Oreos, whipped cream, or any combination of these items.
- Top each Snack Pack Pudding cup with a sugar cone.
- Tie a ribbon around the top of each Snack Pack Pudding cup.
- Serve and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 0 Total Fat: 0g
Party Tip: Let each guest create their own funny faced witch (or pumpkin, bat, etc.). Set out markers, eyes, sprinkles, Oreos, peanut butter, gummy worms, and frosting to create spooky Halloween masterpieces. Playing with your food is definitely allowed on Halloween!
Did I mention spoons are optional with this snack? Use the cone to scoop out your pudding creation!
That’s one way to eat a Snack Pack.
What’s your favorite way to eat Snack Pack puddings? Are you hosting a Halloween party?
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