Make Halloween even more delicious with this Banana Ghost Pudding Cups Super Snack Pack Mix-In! Great for the whole family to create and enjoy together! This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SnackPackMixIns #CollectiveBias
Yesterday we hit nearly 80 degrees and for Wisconsin, that’s pretty much unheard of this time of year. And despite the fact that I love the cooler weather that comes with Autumn and October, I loved the brief return to Summer with the Fall colors. We went hiking, hit the trails on our UTV and spent the morning browsing the car dealer lots with our windows down as our second vehicle is slowly (but surely) biting the dust.
But today is back to the windy, chilly temperatures that the Midwest can usually guarantee in Fall. That means it’s back to craving some indulgent foods and spending more time indoors. Which is exactly what these Banana Ghost Pudding Cups are perfect for! Days spent indoors, indulging in one of my favorite childhood treats.I used to love Snack Pack pudding cups when I was a kid. Who am I kidding – I still love them! It’s not very often that our house is without pudding. But having the same pudding over and over can get a little bit boring, no matter how delectable it is.
From time to time, I like to mix other things in. Some of my favorite items include:
It can get pretty extensive if I feel like it, but I know I’ve only scratched the surface with these mix-ins. So I went a little deeper and created the perfect Halloween treat that’s easy to make with the whole family with some of my favorite mix-ins: Chocolate Covered Banana Ghost Pudding Cups!
Chop the bananas in half. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper and lay all of the banana halves on this. Place in the freezer until frozen (approximately 2-3 hours.)
Once the bananas are near frozen, start melting the candy making wafers. (We did it in a double-boiler over low heat, but you can also use the microwave.)
Continue to melt the candy making wafers and stir regularly until fully melted and smooth.
Remove the bananas from the freezer. Place half of a banana in and coat with chocolate. Use a fork to scoop out, loosely shake off the excess chocolate, and place on fresh wax paper on the cookie sheet. Repeat for the other halves.
Once all banana halves are laid out, place them in the freezer until the chocolate is solid (approximately 30 minutes.)
Remove the bananas and draw on the ghost eyes and mouth with the black writing gel.
Place the bananas in the pudding cups against the back edge so they stand up.
Spread Reddi-Wip around the edge and shake sprinkles over the top of them.
Want to make these for yourself? Head over to Walmart for all of your Halloween shopping, decorating and party throwing needs! Celebrate the kid inside and express yourself this Halloween with the endless possibilities for mix-ins for this fun, portable snacks! Plus you can grab a coupon for $1 off the Super Snack Pack pudding cups when you buy a 14.3oz package of OREOs.