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Zombie Pudding Cups

Halloween Zombie Pudding Cups

This post is sponsored by Snack Pack®. All opinions are 100% my own.

Halloween is such a fun time of the year, and there are so many unique snacks you can make. Some of them are much more complicated than others, and, honestly, we don’t have time to get involved in those right now. We are in the process of moving, so we are busy all the time. I still want to make sure Lennox has a happy October and Halloween, so this weekend, in between packing, I put together some fun Halloween Zombie Pudding Cups for her!

Zombie Pudding Cups

Halloween Zombie Pudding Cups

What you will need:

  • Snack Pack® pudding (chocolate, vanilla or butterscotch)
  • Chocolate cookie sandwiches (crumbled)
  • Gummy zombie hands (found with the holiday edible candies and cake decorations)

How to Make:

STEP 1: While preparing, place the Snack Packs® in the fridge or freezer for a few moments to stiffen up the pudding a little bit.

STEP 2: Place two cookie sandwiches (minus the cream filling – you can eat it, I won’t judge!) in a small bag.


STEP 3: Using a rolling pin, crumble the cookie sandwich pieces into cookie crumbs. This will be the dirt for our zombie’s grave!

STEP 4: Take out your pudding packs and open.

STEP 5: Sprinkle a layer of cookie crumbs on top of each pudding pack to create a layer of “dirt.”

STEP 6: Insert the zombie hands into the pudding cup. This will create the appearance that a zombie is coming out of the ground! How fun!

Zombie Pudding Cups

Serve and Enjoy!

If you enjoyed this snack idea, there are plenty of other ones you can make, including cookie black cats that I shared last year – easy and fun as well!

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This Halloween, take a moment to slow down and enjoy a tasty and fun treat with the kids. Snack Pack® comes in a variety of flavors and offers endless mix-in opportunities the kids can help prepare. Each serving of Snack Pack® is fortified with as much calcium as an 8-oz glass of milk,* so you can feel good about serving your kids Snack Pack®. For mix-in inspiration, visit Snack Pack® on Pinterest and Facebook.

*All Snack Pack products contain 30% DV calcium, with the exception of Bakery Shop Lemon Meringue Pie, Lemon Pudding, and Snack Pack® Gels.

Zombie Pudding Cups

Enjoy the Treats this Happy Halloween!


10 Delicious Pumpkin Spice Recipes

Fall is officially here and things are BUSY BUSY. But make sure you have time to enjoy the season and make some delicious fall treats. Pumpkin is of course one of the most favorite fall flavors. I personally don’t love the pumpkin spice latte as Starbucks that everyone flips for – but I do love some delicious pumpkin sweets. Here are a collection of 10 mouth-watering pumpkin recipes!


Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies

Pumpkin Fudge

Pumpkin Cheesecake Whoopie Pies

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread

Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake

Pumpkin French Toast

Mini Pumpkin Pies

Baked Pumpkin Donuts

Pumpkin Pound Cake

Bacon Egg and Cheese Baked Muffins

A Lonestar Breakfast with Lonestar Eggs

Texas is 100% different from where I grew up. That I think I can say with all certainty. Although it is 100% different, I still do love it. I of course miss the ocean and the trees and land that isn’t just flat – but Texas has its own beauty and its own opportunities. If it weren’t for Texas I wouldn’t have the job that I have, the family that I have or even the home that we have. Although I do love Cape Cod and it will always be “my home”, Texas is where our family began!

With that being said, there are many products that are made in Texas and are noted to be the food of Texans! One of the most recent ones being Lonestar Eggs!

Normally we would use whatever eggs we have around, but last time we went shopping we picked up Lonestar eggs – the only egg for a Texan (Laid by Texans, For Texans)! I may not be a true Texan – but Lennox and Kyle are Texan’s so that counts, right?

Eggs  = Breakfast and we all know breakfast can get a little, or a lot, boring so this morning Lennox and I made some Baked Egg Muffins to try something different. She wanted to serve breakfast in bed to Kyle – and this was the prefect thing. It was really quick to put together, very little mess and perfect for both kids and adults. 

Anyway, this is a super easy recipe and one that your children can help you with no problem! Here is how you make it.


Bacon & Cheese Baked Egg Muffins


  • Lonestar Eggs
  • Shredded Cheddar Cheese
  • Bacon Bits
  • Salt/Pepper



STEP ONE: Preheat oven to 350°. Using a nonstick spray of your choice, coat a muffin/cupcake tin.egg-muffins-01STEP TWO: Sprinkle the bottom of the muffin tin with Shredded Cheddar Cheese. Use as much or as little as you wish. The more cheese the better if you ask me!egg-muffins-02STEP THREE: Crack the eggs and put one egg into each muffin spot. egg-muffins-03STEP FOUR: Sprinkle a little more cheese on top and sprinkle bacon bits on top as well.

STEP FIVE: Put some salt and pepper (as much as you desire) on top of each egg muffin.egg-muffins-04STEP SIX: Bake in oven for 15 minutes. When they are done, they should look something like this.

These Bacon Egg and Cheese muffins were a big hit and they were gone before I knew it. There were no pots and pans to be hand washing, and that was the best part! No dishes for mom! Just pop the muffin tin in the dishwasher and you’re done with clean up. That seems simple enough right?


What is your favorite Egg featured breakfast?