- 4 medium strawberries
- 8 medium raspberries
- 4 cups of Hershey’s S’mores Ready to Eat Pudding
- Wilton Treat Pop Molds
- Wash the berries and cut them in halves (removing the leaf of the strawberries). Also using a spoon remove the top marshmallow layer of the S’mores pudding and place it in a separate cup.
- Take your treat pop mold and put a spoonful of the chocolate pudding in the bottom.
- Layer 2 raspberries or 1 strawberry on top of that.
- Put the entire layer of the marshmallow pudding on top of the fruit.
- Layer 2 raspberries or 1 strawberry on top of that. Put another layer of the chocolate on top of that fruit and place the lid on.
- Place in the freezer for 4-6 hours.
Next Up: Spooky Pudding Cups
Mornings in this house are crazy. Combine that with packing lunches, backpacks, checking homework, and the occasional school party and crazy becomes insane. I needed a quick and easy idea for my son’s upcoming Halloween party so I decided to try my hand at making some cutesy decorated pudding cups. I know that I needed to practice and in addition, need something that is easy to grab the morning of the party and deliver that afternoon. Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding Cups were a great option and will definitely be coming with us in the next month to his school party! I cannot wait to see all the kids faces when they see these.
- Hershey’s Read to Eat Pudding in Chocolate or S’mores
- Orange, White, Black and Green Card stock
- Silhouette studio and machine
- Set up your Silhouette machine and open Silhouette Studio
- Go to the Silhouette store and purchase the designs you see in the first picture above. (They are on sale too!)
- Download and import them into your design interface. Once there, right click and ungroup each of the photos.
- Color each piece of the designs in the colors you intend them to be when you cut them out. This way when you cut them out you can select each color and cut them out together. Also I moved mine around so that all my greens, oranges, blacks and whites were grouped together on my design interface.
- Send them to the Silhouette and assemble with craft glue.
- Attach them to the pudding cups with either glue dots, craft glue or scotch tape.
Have you came up with your child’s Halloween school treat yet?