Spooky Snack Packs
Hey yall!!! Are you ready for some spooky fun? I have some great ways you make Snack Packs into some creepy Halloween desserts!!
We love Halloween around here but with two little ones I like to keep things on the cute and spooky side and not the scary side lol.
We all gather together after trick or treating to eat some pizza and carefully go through all the candy our little monsters got (wouldn’t be Halloween if we didn’t sneak some of their candy!)
I like to have a spooktacular dessert for the kids after trick or treating and dinner but with two little boys I need it to be something easy and delicious!
So when I was doing my weekly shopping at Kroger I came picked up some Chocolate Snack-Packs (our favorite!) and knew I could jazz them up to make the perfect Halloween treats!
For the kiddos I made these adorable Mummies & Cream Snack Packs and they could not be simpler!
A little melting chocolate and some cookies make up the mummies that are then placed in the pudding cups that are mixed with crushed up cookies, yum!! No kids will be able to resist these not matter how much Halloween candy they have had!
Now I wanted to create a more grown up version for us adults since we do not get buckets of candy but still crave a little sweet.
These Vampire Kiss Snack Packs are just the thing to keep your hands out of the kids candy.
Raspberry jam gets swirled into the chocolate Snack Packs before being topped with whipped cream. Two little “fang marks” complete the look. You can top with either plastic fangs or create your own with a little chocolate. These are delicious and just spooky enough to be the perfect Halloween dessert.
I love whipping up these easy spooktacular treats for my little ghouls and goblins.
Vampires Kiss Pudding Cups
- 4 chocolate snack packs
- 6 teaspoons of seedless raspberry jam
- Whipped topping or whipped cream
- 4 tablespoons melted white chocolate
- Melt the white chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave for 30 second increments until melted and smooth. Spoon into a ziploc baggie and cut a tiny corner off.
- Pipe vampire fangs onto wax paper and pop into the freezer for 5 minutes. Dab a little red food coloring onto the fangs with a paper towel.
- Stir 1 teaspoon raspberry jam into each Snack Pack. Pipe whipped topping on top of Snack Packs.
- In another small baggie with a small round tip place 2 teaspoons of raspberry jam.
- Stick tip into whipped topping and squeeze while pulling out to create fang marks.
- Top with the white chocolate fangs
I love the ease of these treats and we of course love Snack Packs and they are so easy to customize and make into any spooky treat you desire but just mixing in a few simple ingredients. You can take a regular Snack Pack pudding snack and haunt it up with a few sprinkles, candy eyes, gummi worms, the possibilities are endless. And since the base is the Snack Pack we all already love you know these ghoulish treats will be devoured in no time!
So there you have it, two easy peasy, creeplicious treats you can whip up without slaving all day over the cauldron (haha!)
These pudding cups make an awesome dessert for a Halloween party and thanks to Kroger you can get everything you need to throw a hauntingly great Halloween party.
Just head over to your local Kroger and stock up on party favorites like Snack-Packs, Oreos, Fanta, Swedish Fish and Sour Patch Kids!
You can scare up some great coupons for those products HERE!
You can get these great deals at the following stores, Kroger, King Soopers, Owen’s, Dillon’s, City Market, QFC, Jay C, Food 4 Less, Baker’s, Fry’s, Ralph’s, Gerbes, Gerbes, Pay Less, Smith’s, Fred Meyer, Foods Co
So have Happy Halloween!