0 In Food/ Sweet Tooth

tombstone cups with graveyard dirt

graveyard dirt tombstone cups Halloween recipe

I’m not a super Halloween-ie person. Don’t get me wrong, I love little kids in their adorable costumes and I’m¬†all for free candy. It’s just that I don’t get into the scary¬†spirit of the season too much. But then again, I can’t resist at least some festive indulgence. And these tombstone cups with graveyard dirt give the best of both worlds: Halloween cheer (can we call it cheer, what do we call it?) and sweet treats. They’re also an incredibly easy last minute option for your upcoming scary movie night. Tune back in next Tuesday for a colorfully creepy second recipe that should definitely be added to your holiday menu!

Halloween dessert ideas Halloween party food pudding dirt cups for falleasy recipe for Halloween dirt cups creating RIP tombstones with pumpkin Milano cookiesdecorated pumpkin Milano cookies tombstone and graveyard dirt cups for Halloweeneasy spooky Halloween recipe for kids simple inspiration for Halloween food


INGREDIENTS

  • 1 package instant chocolate pudding mix
  • 12 Oreos, crushed
  • 4 pumpkin Milano cookies
  • 1 tube black gel icing

DIRECTIONS

  1. Prepare pudding according to package directions, store in fridge.
  2. Crush 12 Oreos. Use half of the Oreos to line the bottom of the cups.
  3. Top with pudding, evenly distributed across all cups.
  4. Using the black gel icing, write “RIP” on the flatter side of the Milano cookies (if you don’t have great handwriting, that makes it even spookier!)
  5. Bury the Milano cookie halfway into the pudding cup and serve immediately.
tell all
Share

You Might Also Like

An advocate of dynamite brands that rewrite industry rules for fair trade practices and conscious consumerism.

Big this month