Wednesday, October 28, 2020

We are just a few days away from Halloween! I have to confess something to you guys. I've had to stop myself a few times this month because I've been getting these feelings like I need to go all out for my kids to compensate for anything they might’ve missed out on this Halloween. It's so silly, right? Halloween will still be awesome! We might not be trick-or-treating a huge neighborhood, but my kids won't even care what goes on as long as there's some candy involved - doesn’t matter how they get it! 😂

Anywho, a few nights ago, I decided to take it back to a 90's Halloween when I was a kid and made this super simple Spooky Chocolate Pudding Graveyard with the boys! Do you guys remember having this when you were younger?! Ohhhh man, it’s such a classic - and so, so easy to make! 


• Chocolate Pudding (we used one box of the quick set Jello pudding)
• Oreos (we used one sleeve of them)
• Milano cookies
• Extras: Candy eyes, gummy worms, candy pumpkins

This really is an easy-peasy recipe. Make the pudding as directed on the box (usually it's three cups of cold milk and mix for a few minutes until it sets) and pour into a casserole dish. Next, crush some Oreo's in a large Ziplock and pour on top of the pudding as your "dirt". Decorate your graveyard as you wish with tombstones (Milano cookies), candy pumpkins, marshmallow ghosts, candy eyes - whatever you want!

Let me know what your favorite spooky dessert is!