Halloween Season is among us and the kiddos and I have been getting ready here at house! The candy is bought for trick-or-treaters, decor is put up, the pumpkins are sitting pretty by the front door.. woohoo! I love incorporating Halloween in every aspect, including food, so I made them these spooky fun (and easy) frozen Halloween parfaits!
Isn’t this spooky frozen monster parfait just so fun? They take no time to prepare and use just a few ingredients that are already put together for you!
To make these frozen Halloween parfaits, you’ll get Go-Paks! of any sweet variety, Snack Pack® pudding in vanilla or chocolate, along Reddi-wip Original, and any fun Halloween food or toy accessory to complement the top of the parfaits. I found the gummy eyeballs (they’re edible!), spooky icing and the Halloween toys all at Walmart!
I also found all the spooky ingredients for this at Walmart as well! The Go-Packs! Are up towards the front of the store and are only $1! I love how affordable it is, and I love that it comes in a leak-proof plastic cup so you can use it and then reuse it for fun projects such as these!
Also, right now, you can score a great coupon for Buy ONE (1) Snack Pack® Pudding and get ONE (1) FREE (up to $1.00) NABISCO Go-Paks! (2.25 oz. or larger). See, I not only gave you an idea for a fun Halloween snack, but I shared some savings with you too. 🙂
Easy Halloween Frozen Parfaits
Take the contents of the Go-Packs! and crush them in a zip top baggy.
Put a layer of the crushed cookies into the bottom of the Go-Packs! cup.
Next, take a spoonful of Snack Pack Pudding and layer it on top of the crushed cookies.
Squirt a nice layer of Reddi-wip on top of the pudding and repeat the process at least one more time.
Repeat the layers until you reach just below the top of the Go-Packs! Then put the lid on the top to ready it for the freezer.
Stick it in the freezer for at least 2 hours. When ready to serve, pull out of freezer and top with a final layer of Reddi-wip and your favorite Halloween toppings!
We also made a spider web using the spooky frosting and some plastic spider rings. The kids can eat their yummy parfaits, then have a prize to wear around. Fun stuff!
So, what fun Halloween snacks do you have planned this year? I’d love to hear what you’re doing– let me know in the comments what your awesome ideas are!