Frankenstein’s Monster Pudding Cups are the perfect treats for kids! Your kids can help make them and then gobble them up!
Ugh! I have a cold! I just want to lay in bed, but, instead, I bring you HALLOWEEN TREATS WEEK!!!!!
Yeah, I’m being dramatic, it’s not like I’m currently delivering them to you. But, I get to be since I feel like Junk. I haven’t been sick in forever (thankfully), so I’m just being a real baby about a minor head cold that will probably be gone tomorrow.
While I hope my cold leaves me quickly, I hope you will stick around with me all week for a super fun Halloween Treats Week. It is going to be a fun, spooktackular week jam packed with sugar filled delicious treats. I have fun simple treats that you can do with your kids to jello shots to candy loaded cheesecakes. Oh boy! It’s really going to be great.
Autumn and I made these Frankenstein’s Monster Pudding Cups together and it was so much fun. I love when I get to have her help me out in the kitchen with fun tasks like cracking eggs and mixing these up. Measuring things is still a work in progress but she was really into these pudding cups because they were a simple treat that she could really help with.
Besides making the pudding with me, crushing the Oreos and sprinkling them on top, she helped with decorating the cups. I made one and then she took that to inspire her with some monster faces. Some were more creative than others (and not photographed! ha!!!)
Slime is really popular now, especially on Youtube, so I think that these Frankenstein’s Monster Pudding Cups were fun to make because they looked like slime. Green slime!!!! We used green food coloring from Adam’s Extract to give it that perfect monster hue.
We used Oreo Cookie crumbles for the monsters black hair, but if you prefer black sprinkles, then use that. Shoot, combine them for a fun visual and textural experience.
These Frankenstein’s Monster Pudding Cups are the perfect treat for you to make with your kids. So be sure to have them ready to help you whisk up some delicious pudding.
- 2 5.1 ounce vanilla pudding packets
- 6 Cups whole milk
- 1 Tablespoon green food coloring
- 24 Oreos
- 12 9 ounce plastic cups
- Permanent Marker
- Draw Frankenstein's Monster's face on your cup. The eyes should be 1" from the rim.
- In a very large mixing bowl, mix together the pudding packets, milk, and food coloring. Mix well with a whisk to get rid of all the lumps.
- Equally divide the pudding into the cups prior to it setting. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
- Place the Oreo Cookies into a gallon sized zip lock bag. Crush with a rolling pin.
- Sprinkle the Oreo Cookie crumbles over the pudding cups.
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