Tiny Pudding Graveyards!

While we’re talking about Ghostly Marshmallows, we were talking about them right?! If you’re lost, just check my last post! Anyway, this year I’m obsessed with ghost-shaped marshmallows! How flippin’ cute are these? Why aren’t marshmallows always shaped like ghosts? You can also get ghost peeps! Are you kidding me!? Love ’em.

If you decided to make the S’more Halloween packs and went out and bought way too many ghost marshmallows, you could use the leftovers to make these delightful treats!

Tiny pudding graveyards! Oh my heart, it’s too, too adorable!!  I found this recipe on the Campfire website. I think when I make mine, I’m going to make a little tombstone for each one and my marshmallow ghost will be rising from his tiny pudding grave for a night of Halloween fun! YUM, I can’t wait to eat his tiny gooey soul!

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Ingredients:
8 oz whipped topping
1 3.9-ounce package chocolate instant pudding
2 cups milk
1 package Oreo cookies
8 Ghoster Roaster Campfire Marshmallows
8 – 16 candy pumpkins
1 black edible marker or gel
Directions:
Mix dry pudding mix in a large bowl with milk until it is free of lumps. Place the bowl of pudding in the refrigerator to set for 5 minutes.
While pudding is setting, place the entire package of Oreo cookies into a 1 gallon freezer bag and crush using your hands or rolling pin and set aside.
This is also a good time to create the ghost faces with your edible pen.
After pudding is set, gently fold in whipped topping and half of the crushed cookies.
Neatly scoop the pudding mixture evenly into 8 cups, an ice cream scoop or ½ measuring cup will make this easier.
Place one Ghoster Roaster marshmallow gently into each cup.
Sprinkle remaining crushed cookies into cups until the pudding is covered.
Place candy pumpkins into cups and enjoy!