Graveyard Pudding Cups

When I was younger, I used to love scary movies.  Granted the scary movies in my time were nothing like those of today.  However, there was one that I remember thinking was pretty gruesome.  It was called The Brain That Wouldn’t Die.  It was about a scientist who’s girlfriend was decapitated in a car crash and he kept her head alive while he searched for a another body to reattach her to.  One of the scariest parts was that there was a mutant man in the closet that communicated with “the brain”.  At one point, a man gets too close to the closet and the brain tips off the mutant and he reaches out the little sliding door and grabs the mans arm and rips it off.  Pretty gruesome.

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And being the great older sister that I am,  I used to terrorize my sister Tracy with this movie.  I would force her to watch it and then off I would go to bed to sleep like a baby.  But Tracy would be freaked out and couldn’t sleep at all.  It’s the stuff older sisters are made for.

Nowadays I still love Halloween.  If you read yesterday’s post,  you know that Halloween is my second favorite holiday!  But now I like Halloween for the cute decorations instead of the scary movies.  Like these Graveyard Pudding Cups that I pinned from Party Pinching!   Aren’t they darling?

The best way to visit a cemetery…with pudding cups! madefrompinterest.net #halloween

These would be perfect for an after school snack or to bring for a classroom treat.  Here is what you will need:

Oreo cookies, chocolate pudding snack cups, marshmallow ghost peeps and pumpkin candies.

Remove the sealed lid on the pudding snack cup.  Then blend some Oreo cookies in a blender until it looks like dirt then spread on top of the chocolate pudding.  Top with a marshmallow ghost peep and a pumpkin candy.

These are so easy it’s scary!

What a fun treat to have for your kids when they get home from school! They make up in a jiffy! madefrompinterest.net #halloween

But maybe not as scary as  The Brain That Wouldn’t Die.

Tracy will be grateful.

This Pin Rocks!

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Comments

  1. Oh it’s not fair, this is so cute but here are the things they don’t sell here (in Taiwan): a. pudding snacks, b.marshmallow ghosts, c. candy pumpkins Sooo… I’m stuck with only Oreos not very spooky at all….

  2. Hi Debbie! Halloween is my favorite holiday ever, lol and I still celebrate it by watching scary movies (by myself since no one else wants to watch them) but I have to tone the decorations and everything for the sake of my little one just like you! These are adorable and a great project to do with kids at a school party! Thanks for sharing at the Fluster Buster, Please join us again with another one of your great ideas next week! Lizy party co host

  3. Those are darling! Love ‘em! :)

  4. How adorable! I’d love for you to join our Craft Club and link these up at my craft party!! Just follow this link…http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/saturday-show-licious-home-decor-53/. :)

    Marti

  5. These are perfect for Halloween. I’ve never seen marshmallow ghosts sold anywhere near me ever, so I may have to miss that part out :-(

    • Hi Stephen! In the U.S. they are called marshmallow ghost peeps but you could also dip a cookie in white chocolate, add some eyes and you have a ghost! Good luck! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  6. Hi there,
    Congratulations! I featured this this week! You can grab a button for your site at this link and also link up what you’ve made this week! Thanks for sharing your project at Sewlicious Home Decor! :)

    http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/saturday-show-licious-home-decor-craft-party-54/

    Marti

  7. Great project !!

    I would love you to come and share @ Craft, Create & Inspire linky party !!!

    Look forward to seeing you there :)

    http://lemonpaperdesigns.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/craft-create-inspire-linky-party-2.html

    Claire x

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