Halloween Graveyard Dessert

In tune with this time of year, with all the decorations and stories about vampires and werewolves, there is no chance of not having something sweet that everyone likes. So today, instead of an article about spells and other superstitions, I want to present you with a dessert that I honestly can’t wait to try.

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For this delicious dessert we need the following ingredients:

  • 1 large package of Oreos
  • 8 oz. cream cheese (softened)
  • 1 stick butter (softened)
  • 1 C. powdered sugar
  • 3 C. milk
  • 2 pkg. Instant vanilla pudding
  • 1 t. vanilla extract
  • 12 oz. tub Cool-Whip

Now, the instructions are very simple. Crush Oreos. Mix cream cheese, butter, and powdered sugar until smooth. Add milk, instant pudding, and vanilla and mix well then fold in Cool-Whip. Pour mixture on top of Oreos in pan then cover the top with remaining Oreos and chill until is firm.

For the shapes of skeletons and tombstones, either choose to buy already made from order or use them in a homemade way, but they will require special shapes. You’ll need these adorable candy molds for the skeletons and the tombstones, candy melts and a piping bag, or some other way to fill the molds with the melted chocolate. Follow the instructions on the package and you will definitely have the desired result. It is not necessary to stay in the refrigerator for a very long time.

Photo source: landeelu.com

All that remains to be done is to arrange the skeletons and tombstones as you wish. I am convinced that the guests will be very attracted to this delicious dessert. Halloween night is fast approaching so prepare the desserts, the candies for trick or treaters, the costumes, and the ghost stories. See you on Halloween night, right at midnight, Helsinki time. Enjoy this fabulous dessert and this festive season. Happy Halloween!


2 responses to “Halloween Graveyard Dessert”

  1. Sounds yummy! A simple and tasty looking Halloween dessert. I’m sure it will be as scrumptious as it looks…thank you.

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