Every Halloween party needs these Halloween Dirt Cups or Graveyard Pudding Cups! Layers of pudding, creamy goodness and crushed chocolate sandwich cookies with cute gummy worms and candy sprinkles on top!
I can’t believe it’s already October! I’m already thinking ahead to the end of the month. My kids have their costumes all ready and we will be attending a trunk or treat with friends prior to the 31st and then hopefully head out trick-or-treating on Halloween night. Will you be hosting a Halloween party this year? I haven’t decided yet, if we’ll throw something together or not.
I’ve always wanted to host a murder mystery dinner. I think it would be so much fun! It just involves a lot of planning and effort and I’m not sure that I can work it in right now with life’s demands. But every time I see friends posting about one on social media, I’m so tempted to invite some friends over for a fun night of murder mystery! My daughter will be attending a murder mystery dinner with friends, so maybe I’ll just have to live vicariously through her this year. 🙂
Whether we host a party or not, one thing’s for sure. We will be enjoying a spooky themed dinner with our traditional Mummy Pizza and then a festive treat. I’m trying to decide whether to make these Pumpkin Krispies Treats, these Halloween Oreo Brownie Bars, these Frosted Halloween Brownies or today’s frightfully delightful concoction. Which option would you make?
I love that these pudding cups are so easy to make, they’re incredibly delicious and they are super cute too! I found the adorable ghost, pumpkin and headstone sprinkle candies at Walmart in the Halloween baking section. They are so perfect as toppers for the dirt cups! Who knew dirt could taste so amazing?! 🙂
You’ve probably seen these dirt cups or Graveyard Cups before, but something that sets mine apart from the rest is the scrumptious creamy white layer in the middle of all the chocolate pudding and crushed Oreo cookies. Trust me, you’re going to want to make this version! I love digging my spoon down inside to get a little of each layer. Combined, they are absolutely incredible!
Halloween party or not, these Dirt Pudding Cups need to happen before the month of October is over! The kids and grown ups will love them! The recipe makes ten 9-oz cups, but you can certainly use smaller containers or double the batch if you need to mass produce them for a gathering.
These are sure to become a part of your annual Halloween traditions! My kids beg me to make them every October. Enjoy!
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