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Gluten-Free Halloween Treats for the Supremely Untalented

Like me! These are some cute wonky looking edible Frankenstein treats, are they not? I found them months ago on Pinterest, as I’m wont to do, and busted it out for our Halloween celebration. I just assumed I could directly mimic this super cute pic on the P-t but it turns out I can’t even make two eyes even. Ahhh, well. I’ve never claimed to be crafty and that’s okay because my mother tells me I have other talents.

Even for those of us with limited skilz, it’s super easy to make these cups o’ fun. You can even employ the kids for this project, and at this point I’d like to say my 3- and 6-year-old are totally responsible for the lack of perfection in these Frankenpuddings. In fact I have photographic evidence to back me up.

But, you know, I did some too. I’ll let you figure out which is which.

Make your own puddin’ for Halloweeeeeeen!

Gluten-Free Frankenpuddings

Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 5 minutes


Two packages of gluten-free vanilla pudding
4 cups of milk
Green food coloring
17 gluten-free Oreo-like cookies

1. Cook gluten-free pudding according to directions. After it cools, add 5-10 drop of green food coloring until you’ve found your perfect Frankenstein color.

2. Pour pudding into pre-drawn on plastic cups.

3. Using a rolling pin crush 17 gluten-free Oreo-type cookies, and sprinkle on top of pudding as “hair.”

Makes: 5 servings

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