When planning my family's Halloween Party, I wanted to find quick and easy recipes to make for the event. If the kids could get involved in some way, all the more fun!
Graveyard Puddings are not only delicious, they're simple to make for busy moms and the kids can get involved putting on the finishing touches. I did a "test run" here at home and as you can see, they're super cute and me and my daughter had fun making—and eating—them.
Consider having kids at your Halloween Party make their own graveyards with the toppings and headstone cookies! Let us know what you think!
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Instant Chocolate Pudding
Crushed Nabisco Original Chocolate Wafers
Chocolate Candy Stones
Follow pudding instructions on package. Fill 4-6 cups/ramekins with the chocolate pudding. Put in refrigerator for @ 1 hour to set. Put Nabisco Original Chocolate Wafers into a zip-lock bag, seal, and crush cookies with a rolling pin to make "dirt". Sprinkle teaspoon or more "dirt" on top of pudding, add Chocolate Candy Stones. Using Chocolate Syrup and a piping bag with the smallest hole, write R.I.P. on each Milano Cookie. Allow 5 minutes to set. Insert one R.I.P. Cookie "headstone" into each cup and serve.