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Boo Pudding Parfaits
This recipe for Boo Pudding Parfaits is a part of the #Treats4All campaign and has been compensated by #CollectiveBias. As always, all opinions are my own.
I have a new idea, I think you’re going to like it if you love Halloween as much as I do. Every Friday during the month of October, everyone dresses up and wears a costume to work, school or where ever you go. And then on Friday night you and all your friends, family and neighbors attend your neighborhood October party. We’d all bring halloween themed goodies, go on hay rides and crave pumpkins in preparation for Halloween. All I can think is, HOW MUCH FUN!! It totally reminds me of the movie Halloween Town.
If you enjoy halloween, you can probably relate to the feeling of excitement I experience when I walk down the halloween aisle in Walmart. Candy upon candy, decorations everywhere and lots of orange and black. It makes me want to dance down the aisle. Weird? I hope not.
While I was at Walmart, I picked up some of our favorite Nestle candy like Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch, and Baby Ruth to make these parfaits and a super fun vampire themed tombstone original pizza. My husband said it was “fang-tastic!” Get it? :)
I love pudding parfaits because they are easy and fun to create, and not to mention tasty! Adding a theme can make them extra special for any holiday. While I wish these parfaits could somehow help you sneak extra broccoli florets or green beans into your kiddos’ diets, this recipe could become a special halloween tradition for your family to make each season! While parents are always looking for recipes to help use up leftover halloween candy (we have a few of those we’ll be sharing!) it can be fun to break open that bag of halloween candy you’re hiding in the garage or laundry room and celebrate before Halloween. Like I said in this post, October is just too great of a month to only celebrate on October 31st.
I know exactly what I want to do the rest of the week, watch halloween movies and eat boo pudding parfaits!