This easy recipe for Monster Halloween Pudding Cups is the perfect fast and easy Halloween dessert for kids. With just a few simple ingredients – instant pudding, milk, whipped cream, M&Ms, and chocolate sandwich cookies, they’re as fun to make as they are to eat!
This pudding cup idea is so easy to make, kids will love helping and putting together their own “monster!”
We use TruMoo Chocolate Milk for this Halloween-themed dessert. It has 35% less sugar compared to competitors and contains no high fructose corn syrup. Another plus to TruMoo Milk: their farmers pledge to never use artificial growth hormones. I have become more label-conscious over the past couple of years and that’s something I always look for when buying dairy products. Thanks, TruMoo!
How to Make Monster Halloween Pudding Cups
I love creating new recipes and coming up with this fun and easy Friendly Monster Halloween Pudding Cups recipe was no exception.
Ingredients you’ll need: instant vanilla pudding, vanilla or chocolate milk (either one tastes delicious), whipped cream or Cool Whip, Halloween-colored M&Ms, and chocolate sandwich cookies
This recipe is super easy to make. Follow the directions on your pudding mix and use the amount of milk listed.
Crush some chocolate sandwich cookies into chunks. I like to put them in a gallon ziploc bag and let me kids squish them. They love it!
Add the cookies to your pudding.
And pour into small serving dishes or bowls.
Chill for a few minutes or until set.
To finish your Halloween pudding cups, add whipped cream or cool whip to the top for the monster head. (It can be a little crazy looking – it’s a kids’ monster creation afterall.)
Cut the remaining chocolate sandwich cookies in half and place two on each monster head. These are the ears. Or horns. That’s up to your kids.
Finish by adding two M&Ms for the eyes.
Your Monster Halloween pudding cups are done and ready to be devoured!
These easy “Monster” Halloween Pudding Cups are almost as much fun to make as they are to eat!
Mix the pudding and milk together according to the pudding package directions.
Crush 6-8 chocolate sandwich cookies and stir into the pudding. Pour into 6 small bowls and chill in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes.
Add whipped cream to the top for the monster “head.” Cut the remaining cookies in half and place one half on each side of the head. Finish by adding two M&Ms as the eyes.
Serve immediately. Refrigerate any leftovers.
Keywords: halloween dessert, fun pudding cups, chocolate milk, halloween treat for kids, no bake dessert
My kids loved this easy Halloween dessert as you can see!