With Halloween fast approaching and many Halloween parties to attend I thought it would be fun to share another favorite recipe of ours that is perfect anytime of the year but super fun during Halloween.
My simple no bake pudding cups take only minutes to make, are very easy to adapt to your taste and likes and can be a perfect take along to any Halloween party to surprise the host or if you are the host, perfect as a dessert.
I’m also sharing a fun new post with you, where 4 amazing blogger friends (and me makes 5), share a meal each month making it easy for you to create a simple dinner in no time, from appetizer to dessert there is something for everyone and the best part anyone can link up a recipe making it an even bigger recipe collection.
My Pudding cups are my contribution for this month’s meal, although I think we are a little busy with the holidays and a full meal may not happen but you will get lots of ideas for the upcoming holidays, that’s for sure.
Halloween Pudding Cups
Wasn’t this super easy? Just for Halloween I used a black sharpie and drew faces on the cups; super easy. If you have a cutting machine you could certainly use that or stickers, but I thought it was just as easy to draw the faces, the kids loved it.
You can also adapt the flavors to your likes, we did love the pistachio flavor a lot, I was a little skeptical at first but I needed something green, after all, Frankenstein is green, right? It turned out amazing!
You could also use sugar free pudding, but then you have to add in extra sugar to make it sweet, plus I’m not a big fan of aspartame and that is in the sugar free pudding, so I bought regular pudding and left the extra sugar out and it was plenty of sweet. Totally your choice and your likes, either way you will love it.
Do you have a fun Halloween recipe that you have to make for every party? Would love to hear your ideas, leave me a comment below or post on my Facebook to get the conversation started.
Also while planning your Halloween treats don’t forget to check out my friends recipes over at Blessed Elements, Simply Southern Mom, A Southern Celiac and It’s My Side of Life you will love the ideas as much as I do.
Our Progressive meal group even has an amazing pinterest board with all our recipe collections, be sure to check it out and follow along for lots of great meal ideas.