Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups

Posted by on October 28, 2015
Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups

I don’t know about you guys but I always have the best of plans when I start planning for a Halloween party. I tell myself that I’m going to be on top of things and prepared this year but inevitably, life gets in the way and I usually find myself scrambling at the last minute to get food on the table for the little guests. If you’re anything like me, you’re going to appreciate just how quick these Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups come together, ready to feed all the ghosts and goblins within minutes! Let’s see how:


Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups - Materials


1. In a food processor or by hand, crumble the chocolate cookies until they resemble dirt. Highly suggest using a food processor if you’re short on time! Process it just long enough for there to be some fine “dirt” as well as a few “pebbles.” Grab a bit of the “dirt” and spread liberally over the top of the newly opened pudding cup.

Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups - Crumble2. Print out the “Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups” Free Printable. Use two labels and toothpicks to create gravestone.

Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups - Stick3. Place the “gravestone” into the dirt, making it sort of angled for authenticity. So easy, right?

Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups - InsertAnd that’s it! You could easily create an assembly line of pudding cups and have tons of them finished in just a few minutes. The kids will love the presentation almost as much as they love the pudding and “dirt” crumble. Take this tutorial one step further and add some gummy worms or body parts for an extra layer of fun! Hope you enjoy making these Gravestone Pudding Cups and that your ghoulish guests enjoy eating them. Happy Halloween!

Easy Gravestone Pudding Cups - Done

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