Skeleton Pudding Cups

Chocolatey Skeleton pudding cups are SO simple and tasty. They take minutes to make and are perfect for any Halloween party!!

If your kids love pudding as much as mine do they will LOVE these Skelton pudding cups. If they just need more pudding try Chocolate pudding pie spiders, Oogie boogie trifle, and Graveyard Dirt Cake for more festive fun!!

Skeleton topped chocolate pudding and crushed Oreo

All things HAlloween

I’m happy to report that I got most of the Halloween décor up this week. You may think I’m crazy, but it’s all good. As a blogger, (and this is my excuse) I have to be working a little ahead of schedule so that I can be sharing some great ideas with you before the holidays actually hit. 😉

I warned you I had Halloween on the brain a few weeks ago and wanted to share with you another fun Halloween Treat idea today. These ones are Skeleton Pudding Cups. They can be served for a Family Home Evening treat, a party dessert or just for fun. We made ours Monday for a FHE treat and the kids LOVED them. They thought they were so fun, and I have to agree. They are perfect for Halloween.

These bad boys only took a few minutes to throw together. I LOVE how they turned out. They’re spooky, festive and yummy too! If you or your kids like pudding and Halloween, then I think you’ll like these Skeleton Oreo Pudding Cups too. 🙂

Small black skeleton and clear plastic cup

How to make skeleton pudding cups

These were inspired by a Skeleton Garland I found at our local Dollar Tree. There are 4 on there making them .25 each.

SKELETON PREP. I cut off each skeleton and let them soak in some hot water and soap first. Then I gave them a good scrub to make sure they were nice and clean. From there, I bent them at their joints (don’t use too much force so the limbs don’t actually fall off).

OREO. Crush up some Oreos. I used the Halloween Oreos (orange filling) but you can use any (The Chocolate filled would work great too!). I scooped a few tablespoons into the bottom of each cup.

PUDDING. Make Chocolate pudding as directed on the box. Note. 1 Large Chocolate Instant Pudding Box was perfect for 4 cups.

ASSEMBLE. Fill plastic cups with a layer of Oreo, then chocolate pudding, about ½ way full. Plop in the skeleton and fill it with a little more pudding and crushed Oreos. Add a Mallow pumpkin for the perfect touch!

Crushed Oreo in the bottom of a clear plastic cup

Variations

Aside from the delicious taste I chose to use chocolate pudding because it looks more like dirt for the skeleton to be lounging in. However, you can use other pudding flavors:

Butterscotch with heath bar crumbled on top

White chocolate pudding topped with crushed chocolate and Golden Oreos

Black skeleton in chocolate pudding

Storing Info

STORE leftover pudding cups in the fridge. Remove the skeletons and cover each cup with plastic wrap. The pudding cups will last for about 3 days. Be aware that the moisture will cause the Oreos to become soft.

Another way to store leftovers is to make Oreo Pudding Pops. Mix the pudding with the Oreos, spoon the mixture into popsicle molds, then freeze until solid.  Note: remove or crush up larger pieces of Oreos.

Skeleton pudding ups topped with pumpkin Mallows.

For more easy and delicious Halloween Treats be sure to check out:

  • Gooey Monster Eye Cookies
  • Chocolate Oreo Spider Cake
  • Pumpkin Oreos
  • Boo-Nilla Ghost Milkshake
  • Creepy Cupcakes
  • Witches Potion Drink
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    Skeleton Pudding Cups Recipe

    Chocolatey Skeleton pudding cups are SO simple and tasty. They take minutes to make and are perfect for any Halloween party!!
    Course Dessert
    Cuisine American
    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Cook Time 10 minutes
    Total Time 15 minutes
    Servings 4
    Calories 92 kcal
    Author Lil' Luna

    Equipment

    • Small Plastic Skeletons (mine are from a skeleton garland)
    • Clear Plastic Cups

    Ingredients

    • 1 box Chocolate Pudding Mix Prepared as directed
    • 1 pkg Halloween Oreos

    Instructions
     

    • I cut off each skeleton and let them soak in some hot water and soap first. Then I gave them a good scrub to make sure they were nice and clean. From there, I bent them at their joints (don't use too much force so the limbs don't actually fall off).
    • Crush up some Oreos. I used the Halloween Oreos(orange filling) but you can use any (The Chocolate filled would work great too!). I scooped a few tablespoons into the bottom of each cup.
    • Make Chocolate pudding as directed on the box. Note.1 Large Chocolate Instant Pudding Box was perfect for 4 cups.
    • Fill plastic cups with a layer of Oreo, then chocolate pudding, about 1/2 way full. Plop in the skeleton and fill it with a little more pudding and crushed Oreos. Add a Mallow pumpkin for the perfect touch!

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Kristyn Merkley

My name is Kristyn and I’m the mom of SIX stinkin’ cute kids and the wife to my smokin’ hot hubby, Lo. My mom’s maiden name is Luna, and I’m one of the many crafty “Lil’ Lunas” in the fam. On this site I like to share all things creative - from recipes to home decor to gifts and home decor ideas. Welcome!

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Comments:

  1. First – your children are darling but you already knew that didn’t you 🙂
    Second – the pudding cups are too fun!! Adding them to the list for my annual Halloweenie Roast this year!

    1. I just love you, Leigh Anne!! SO sweet! Thanks, girl!! They will be perfect for your party! Just wish I could be your neighbor so I could go to your Halloween Roast. 🙂

      1. I am good! The holidays are almost upon us and it is crazy… but I LOVE this time of year!
        How are you liking Texas?
        I am sure your family misses having you here.
        Have a wonderful day!
        You are an amazing talented woman!

        1. Texas is good… not as good as AZ but still nice. 😉 I sure miss my family though… it’s been harder than I though being away from them. 🙁 We are coming back in December though so I’m super excited. Our next TGA is Dec. 13th… hope to see you there! XO

  2. Love these!! They are super adorable!! I just saw those skeleton’s at the Dollar Store. I’m going to have to go back and get some of them. Super fun!! Thanks for the great idea!!