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How to Make Frankenstein Party Cups

Melissa Roja Lawlor
Sept. 18, 2012

Baker and blogger Natalie Dixon shares a simple and creative class treat as part of the Care.com Interview Series

Natalie Dixon, author of the blog A Turtle's Life For Me, knows a thing or two about making great treats that are quick and easy. She began blogging as a way to share with others the creative recipes she was already doing with her kids, and recently, she took a moment to share them with us at Care.com!

Natalie's Frankenstein pudding cups are so easy you can do them with your kids! Just grab the following materials and ingredients, and you'll have everything you need for a great class snack!

Degree of Difficulty: Easy

Ingredients/Materials (makes 30 cups):

  • 30 clear plastic cups
  • black marker
  • 9 boxes of store-bought vanilla pudding mix
  • 1 box of Oreo cookies with chocolate filling
  • green food coloring

Use a Sharpie to draw funny faces on the outside of a clear cup, then fill with vanilla pudding tinted green (or pistachio pudding) and layer crushed chocolate sandwich cookies on top. Great for a class snack!

Find the full Frankenstein Pudding Cup post on Natalie's blog, along with other great recipes, crafts, and party posts!

Natalie Dixon is the lucky mom of 2 beautiful kids who are growing up way too fast! She recently bought a bakery where she gets to share her love of parties and themes with everyone now! You can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

For more inspiring and easy recipes, check out the Care.com Interview Series: Quick and Easy Halloween Treats! »

Photos used with permission from Natalie Dixon.

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