With only 18 more days until Halloween, I’ve got a spooktacularly delicious Halloween treat to share with you today! It’s loaded with chocolate and is so easy even the kids can help!
A spooky chocolate graveyard made of double chocolate pudding, crushed chocolate cookies, a cookies and cream chocolate headstone, white chocolate bones trying to escape their chocolate tomb (death by chocolate?), and a sour little pumpkin. What’s not to love?
These yummy Halloween treats are a cinch to make, and can be whipped up in almost no time, even with the kiddos’ help.
Make up a batch today!
Graveyard Halloween Treat:
- TruMoo Chocolate Milk
- Package of instant chocolate pudding
- Chocolate cookies with cream filling, crushed
- White chocolate chips, bark, or melts
- Plastic bones chocolate mold (mine came from Michael’s for only $1.99)
- Cookies and cream mini candy bars
- Candy pumpkins
To make the double chocolate pudding, I used TruMoo chocolate milk with the instant chocolate pudding instead of regular milk.
Did you know that one 8 oz. serving provides as much calcium as 5 cups of broccoli and as much potassium as a small banana? It’s fresh from the dairy with no high fructose corn syrup and no artificial growth hormones, too. TruMoo also provides 8 essential nutrients that kids need for critical development stages, which makes it nutritious AND delicious… a winning combo for me!
Follow the directions on the back of the pudding box to know how much TruMoo chocolate milk to use to replace the regular milk. Mix and refrigerate in a medium-sized bowl according to the directions.
Place some chocolate cookies with cream filling in a ziplock bag with the air removed. Use a rolling pin to roll over and crush the cookies into crumbs.
Melt the white chocolate chips, bark, or melts according to the directions on the back of the package. Spoon the melted white chocolate into the bone molds, and gently tap the mold onto the countertop to remove any air bubbles. Refrigerate or place in the freezer for about 10-15 minutes to speed up the hardening process (if you’re impatient like me), then remove.
Turn the mold upside down and tap on the mold to release the chocolate bones. Aren’t they cool?
This is the same technique I used to create these chocolate Halloween suckers that I shared on Skip to My Lou!
I used mini cookies and cream chocolate candy bars to create the headstones so that they would look like marble. I used a butter knife to create the rounded top, and rubbed off the company logo so that the headstone was smooth.
To assemble the Halloween treats, I filled clear plastic cups with the double chocolate pudding, and then added the crushed cookie crumbs “dirt” to the top.
Now decorate your chocolate graveyard by adding the headstone, the bones, and a candy pumpkin or two to each cup. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
Did you know that TruMoo also has a special edition drink that is only available for a limited time? It’s the Halloween Scream orange milk that tastes just like a you’re drinking a 50/50 bar, and tastes great!
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Good luck, and happy haunting!!
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I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.