A fun and budget friendly Halloween craft using Snack Pack Pudding cups and fun color tape! You can make this for any holiday or event!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored. All opinions are my own!
It’s Halloween week! WOOHOO! The outside of our house looks like a graveyard and we are planning a party on Saturday–we just love this time of year. Ricky goes a bit crazy with seasonal decor…we don’t really need buried bones and creepy spiders all over, but it’s fun. You should see Christmas!
Every year, the girls have a big Harvest Party at school where they have a costume parade and everything. I love to bring treats to school, but with food allergy restrictions everything has to be store bought. This fun foodie craft is super simple and can be a huge party hit–plus peanut free!
When it comes to mix-ins, you can’t really go wrong. Pick up at least 5 different options! We used marshmallows, gummy worms, coconut chips, chocolate chips, fruit and for fun hair, Reddi Whip and licorice strings. For brownie bites, grab some Snack Pack pudding bars, cut into cubes! This can be great for any holiday. Remember: if it’s for an allergy-free classroom activity to watch the ingredients in the mix-ins!
Instead of painting, we just used fun colored tape. This makes the project quick, budget friendly and almost mess-free. Since the Snack Pack pudding cups have as much calcium as a glass of milk, these are a snack craft I don’t feel to guilty about. Plus, what’s a little sugar? Halloween only comes once a year!
Crazy Monster Pudding Mix-Ins
What You Need:
- Washi Tape: I love the Scotch variety!
- Glue-On Googly eyes
- Permanent marker for mouth
- Snack Pack pudding cups, whatever flavors you like!
- There are SO many options, have a fun variety if you’re making this craft at a party
- Tasty Mix-Ins
- Ideas: strawberries, mini chocolate chips, cookie crumbles, shredded coconut, sliced bananas, Reddi Whip, marshmallows, gummy worms, licorice strings…let your imagination go wild!
- Decorate the Snack Pack with three strips of tape, covering only the front of the pudding cup to make the “face”.
- Using glue, add eye(s) and lay flat 15-20 minutes until dry.
- Add goofy smile!
- When ready to fill with mix-ins, create a station with bowls and spoons. Go crazy!
- Enjoy your spooky-fun treat! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
What are your Halloween plans? Do you have any fun DIY foodie crafts to share?