Witch House in Graveyard - Halloween Pudding Cups

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Friends, Happy Monday! 

Today, I'm sharing a boo-tiful snack for Halloween which needs less work in kitchen and more fun in assembling with kids and family!

Snack Pack Puddings are already kid's favorite. I topped them with some crunchy, munch-y, sweet and salty topping for a Halloween Fun Snack. Once you dig-in, sometimes you eating - a monster's red eye, or graveyard mud, or creepy worms, all drenched in blood.... so so "gross" yet delicious and entertaining!

I clearly remember some years ago, I had no idea about Halloween. Specially, no clue about trick-or-treats and giving candies to kids. Once on Halloween Vishal insisted me to buy candies for kid's treat. I was like, "Buy 1 or 2 small packs. How many kids can show up?!" How many?? Wow! That evening our door bell did not stop ringing. In-fact, Vishal had to run to store to buy more candies. It was really hard to say "no" to any of those cute little kiddos!

Halloween is an all-American Holiday and not everyone knows about it. Sometimes, when I share my old posts on Social Media......

Total Time: Prep Time: Cook Time:
Difficulty: Easy
Yields: 12 Pudding Cups Serves: 12


    Raspberry Blood

  • 1/2 Cup Raspberries (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 tsp Corn Starch
  • 1/4 Cup Water
  • 1/4 Cup Raspberry Jam
  • Graveyard Pudding Cups

  • 18 Oreo Cookies (OREO Chocolate Cream cookies)
  • 1/2 tsp Food Color (green color)
  • 1 Cup Marshmallow (mini marshmallows melt quickly, or slice big ones to small pieces)
  • 1/2 Cup Peanuts (salted, crushed )
  • 250 Grams Fondant (about 10 ounce, good quality Vanilla white fondant)
  • Chocolate Chips (crushed, for witch eyes)
  • Powdered Sugar (for dusting)
  • 12 Pudding Cups (I used Snack Pack Vanilla Pudding Cups)


  • 1. Simmer raspberry blood ingredients in a pan for 5 minutes and break berries with back of spatula. Remove from heat and strain to yield a fine smooth syrup. Set aside.
  • 2. Dust a board with powder sugar. Roll fondant to thin sheet. Cut out ghost or witch shapes to make witch-sticks. I stud small piece of chocolate to make eye of witch. Wrap each around a toothpick or a bat-toothpick, like I have used and set aside.
  • 3. Use the scrapes of rolled fondant to make 12 small eye balls. With back of a tooth pick make a print in center. Decorate with drop of raspberry blood and green food color. Set aside.
    Additional Notes:
    For more creepy effect, I also cut few strips of fondant to make worms and colored half in green color. (optional)
  • 4. Microwave marshmallows for 15 seconds in a microwave safe bowl, then quickly spread 1 teaspoon on one side of each of 12 cookies. Using raspberry blood and toothpick, write RIP on each cookie. Crush remaining 6 cookies to use later.
  • 5. Top 12 Vanilla Snack Pack pudding cups with crushed OREO cookies and crushed peanuts. dividing equally among all cups.
  • 6. Top each Pudding Cup with one OREO cookie, a witch with stick, one or two creepy eyes, and generous spoon of raspberry blood. Serve and enjoy!