Melting Witch Pudding Cups

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Preparation Time:  25 minutes
Cooking Time:  0 minutes
Course: desserts
Cusine: north american


1/3 cup semisweet chocolate chips

1 teaspoon shortening

8 Bugles® original snacks

1 box (4-serving size) white chocolate instant pudding and pie filling mix

4 cups cold milk

1 box (4-serving size) chocolate fudge instant pudding and pie filling mix

6 drops green food color

8 creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookies or chocolate covered mint patties

8 pretzel sticks

1 tablespoon Fiber One® cereal or chow mein noodles, pieces broken in half

16 gummi worm candies


1. Line cookie sheet with waxed paper. In small microwavable bowl, microwave chocolate chips and shortening on High 1 1/2 to 2 minutes or until melted; stir until smooth. To make tops of witch hats, dip snacks, one at a time, into melted coating, letting excess drip off. Place point up on cookie sheet. Let stand until coating is set.

2. Prepare white chocolate pudding with 2 cups of the milk as directed on box. Prepare chocolate fudge pudding with remaining 2 cups milk as directed on box. Stir green food color into white chocolate pudding until well blended.

3. For each pudding cup, spoon 2 tablespoons of the green pudding into bottom of 4-ounce clear plastic cup or serving dish; top with 2 tablespoons of the chocolate fudge pudding. Repeat with each flavor to form four layers. With handle of spoon, gently swirl the two top layers. Insert cookie in pudding; top with chocolate-coated Bugle® to resemble witch hat. Insert tip of pretzel stick into pudding with a few pieces of cereal sprinkled at the base to resemble a broom. Insert ends of 2 gummi worm candies into pudding and hang over edge to resemble the witch’s legs.

Substitute purchased swirled pudding snacks for the white chocolate and chocolate fudge pudding combination. Assemble the witches directly on top of the pudding cups.

Make the dipped Bugles® a bit ahead of time. Then, assemble one example for the kids and let them make the rest.

Source: Pillsbury

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