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#Halloween Chocolate Pudding #Recipe

Two weekends ago I had a little Halloween party and this was one of the desserts I served. I wanted to make a full on dirt cake but didn’t have the time or all the ingredients. Instead I made this creamy Chocolate pudding grave.

Halloween Chocolate Pudding Recipe


  • 1 Jell-o Chocolate Pudding Mix
  • 2 cup Milk
  • 1 container Cool Whip
  • 1 pkg of Oreos


  1. Mix pudding mix with milk as per box instructions
  2. While pudding is setting up, crush Oreos or chop in blender
  3. Mix in pudding, Cool Whip and 3/4 of your Oreos.
  4. Top with remaining crushed Oreos
  5. You can add a skeleton to the inside to make it creepy and decorate with gummy worms, cookies like gravestones, candy pumpkins, etc.

My worms were actually made out of Jell-O. I used a tall glass, put straws in it and then poured a mixture of Jell-o, knox geletin and water into the straws. Once they set up you can squeeze the worms out of the straws. It was a LOT of work for little return so I gave up. If you look closely, you can see the hand of my skeleton sticking up out of the dirt. This was a huge hit! It’s not a strong chocolate flavor like straight up chocolate pudding since it has the Cool Whip in it. That makes it yummy to me, because I don’t like a strong chocolate flavor.

About Paula

Paula Krueger considers herself a "baby "chef, not because she cooks for babies, but because she's still learning how to cook. She started this blog after taking Wilton method classes and at that point was more interested in baking. She's since become more interested in learning to cook as her family has grown. She also covers product reviews and travel as well.


  1. This would be a big hit with the kids! Thanks for sharing!

  2. That looks so cute and yummy! I am now craving chocolate!!!!

  3. Carolyn G says:

    OMG that looks so good!! I am so going to try this!

  4. So much holiday fun I love it. We have a recipe that is similar but displayed differently

  5. I really think charlotte would love doing this!!


  6. I think my kids and my husband would love this!

  7. That looks so cute with the pumpkins!

  8. This looks so cute and so delicious! I know my kids would love it.

  9. I did something similar a decade ago. (The recipe has been around that long! LOL!). But what makes it simpler now is you can add ghosts to it using Ghost Peeps. And then make little gravestones out of Milano cookies and some icing to spell out RIP. My friend and I did it for an office party back in the day and it was such a hit!

    • I wanted to do more with it, but I ran out of time with everything else I was making that day. Good ideas, though!

  10. amanda whitley says:

    ive made something like this with the gummi worms but this is such a better idea for halloween then the worms i think.