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Now that the kiddos are back to school, I’ve been on the hunt for a go-to after school snack. Something that is both wholesome and tasty. When I was at Walmart I found the Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding! Two flavors are available, Hershey’s S’mores and Hershey’s Chocolate. I grabbed two of the Hershey’s Chocolate 4 packs and of course my mind was racing. I was thinking how can I jazz these up and get creative to surprise the boys when they get home from school?
I decided to give them a Halloween flair by making Hershey’s Spooky Pudding Cups! Here is what I added to my shopping cart for this fun snack:
Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding
White Chocolate melting pieces
Black Decorating Gel
Melt white chocolate according to directions. While this is melting, break graham crackers into 1/4 pieces.
Dip the graham cracker pieces into the melted white chocolate. No need to get them completely covered. The bottom part will be hidden by the pudding. Place the dipped graham crackers on wax paper to cool.
While the graham crackers are cooling, take 3-4 whole graham crackers and place in a sealed plastic bag. Be sure to get as much air out as possible. Break up the graham crackers using a meat tenderizer or rolling pin. When the graham crackers are in very small pieces you can sprinkle them on top of the pudding cups to resemble dirt.
When the dipped graham crackers are completely cooled and set up, you can decorate them with the decorating gel. I put RIP on mine to really make them look like headstones. Once the gel is nice and set up you can them place them in the pudding.
It’s great that they are already in their own little portable cup so there is no need to dirty more dishes. My boys can grab their snack and head to the table to start their homework.
Also, one of my favorite magazines is ALL YOU and they even had a coupon for $0.55 off one Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding. The coupon is in the September/October issue found at Walmart. The Hershey’s pudding cups can be found int the refrigerated section, near the dairy.
If you would like even more ideas on how to top your Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding, head over to Kraft.com and let me know what your favorites are!