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Halloween Pudding Bowls Treats with Cookie Grave Stone

Halloween Pudding Dessert

There’s really nothing spooky about these Halloween pudding bowls…unless you consider how scary-fast they’re going to be gobbled up! If you’re looking for a fun Halloween treat that is totally on point, these homemade pudding candy bowls are a clear winner.

It’s not often that you can convince your child not to eat something that looks like it’s dirt and from the ground but this Halloween recipe is the one exception to that rule. 

And the best part? This is a really fun Halloween recipe to whip up together. This year, this Halloween dessert needs to happen. Take the time to gather up your needed ingredients and enjoy how tasty it truly is. 

This is one Halloween baking tradition that you just might want to keep! 

Halloween Pudding Bowl Treat

Halloween Pudding Candy Bowls

Candy Pudding Bowl Ingredients

4 Balloons
White candy melts
1 Box Chocolate instant pudding
2 c Milk
8 Oreo cookies
4 Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies
Cooking spray
Black edible marker

 

Pudding Bowls Recipe for Halloween

First make the candy bowls, start by inflating the balloons so that the bottom of it is just big enough to form a small bowl when dipped into the candy. Tie the balloons off, and spray them with cooking spray.

Place the white candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl, and heat one minute at a time on the defrost setting until completely melted.

Dip the balloons into the candy melts so that the bottom ⅓ – ½ of the balloon is coated in the melted candy.

Make Chocolate Bowls with balloons

Place the coated balloons onto a parchment-lined tray, and let sit for a minute or two.

Continue to dip the balloons back into the candy a total of 4-5 times to form a thicker coating.

Then, place the coated balloons into the fridge to set for a minimum of 30 minutes.

Balloon Chocolate bowls

Once the chocolate is fully hardened, use a pin to deflate the balloons, and remove them from the candy bowls that are left behind.

White Chocolate Bowls

Next, make the pudding dessert, place the instant pudding mix into a bowl, and whisk in the milk until thoroughly combined. Let the pudding set until it has thickened.

Then, fill the candy bowls with the pudding, leaving a little space at the top empty.

Pudding Bowl in Chocolate Cup

Once the pudding is finished grind the Oreos into crumbs with a food processor.

Sprinkle the crumbs onto the top of the pudding in the candy bowls.

Cookie Dirt in Pudding Bowl Tomb Stone Cookie Dessert

Finally to create the perfect Halloween dessert, use an edible food marker to write “RIP” on the front of each Milano cookie and place one cookie into the center of each pudding candy bowl.

chocolate Bowl Halloween Pudding Treat

Halloween Pudding Dessert

Halloween Pudding Bowls

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 24 minutes

This is a really fun Halloween recipe to whip up together. This year, this Halloween dessert needs to happen. Take the time to gather up your needed ingredients and enjoy how tasty it truly is.

Ingredients

  • 4 Balloons
  • White candy melts
  • 1 Box Chocolate instant pudding
  • 2 c Milk
  • 8 Oreo cookies
  • 4 Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies
  • Cooking spray
  • Black edible marker

Instructions

1. Inflate the balloons so that the bottom of it is just big enough to form a small bowl when dipped into the candy. Tie the balloons off, and spray them with cooking spray. 

2. Place the white candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl, and heat one minute at a time on the defrost setting until completely melted. 

3. Dip the balloons into the candy melts so that the bottom ⅓ - ½ of the balloon is coated in the melted candy. 

4. Place the coated balloons onto a parchment-lined tray, and let set for a minute or two. 

5. Continue to dip the balloons back into the candy a total of 4-5 times to form a thicker coating. 

6. Place the coated balloons into the fridge to set for a minimum of 30 minutes. 

7. Use a pin to deflate the balloons, and remove them from the candy bowls that are left behind. 

8. Place the instant pudding mix into a bowl, and whisk in the milk until thoroughly combined. Let the pudding set until it has thickened. 

9. Fill the candy bowls with the pudding, leaving a little space at the top empty. 

10. Grind the Oreos into crumbs with a food processor. 

11. Sprinkle the crumbs onto the top of the pudding in the candy bowls. 

12. Use an edible food marker to write “RIP” on the front of each Milano cookie. 

13. Place one cookie into the center of each pudding candy bowl.

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13 Comments

  1. This is such a sweet yet spooky treat idea! The Milano cookie grave marker really adds an extra adorable touch too. Yum!

  2. I think these bowls are so cute! My kids would totally love to dig into one or a few!!

  3. These are adorable!! One of these days I really need to try the balloon trick for making bowls. I love the Milano gravestones too. Yum!

  4. My kids would have loved these for a Halloween treat when they were young. I love the candy bowl.

  5. That is so cute! I never would have thought to use balloons to make the chocolate shells. I’m so glad I read this and I can’t wait to try!

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