Hatching Worms Pudding Bowls

Worms hatching from the Eggs on the bottom, slithering their way up to the top will make a quick, inexpensive treat to your Halloween table !

I am a little late starting with Halloween goodies, but I seriously seem to lose time each day ! These Hatching Worms Pudding Bowls are quick to make and inexpensive too.

Wondering why “Hatching” ? Well, it is a bit more interesting and also tastier with the added Marshmallow Fluff.

Worms hatching from the Eggs on the bottom, slithering their way up to the top will make a quick, inexpensive treat to your Halloween table !

The Marshmallow Fluff is supposed to be the hatched “eggs” and on the above photo it looks like the worm has only just broken free of the “egg” and on it’s way to the top to break through the dirt, which is of course the sprinkled, crushed Oreos.

To make this work, you will need to use see through servings bowls, otherwise the name won’t make any sense when you tell the kids what is – or supposedly – happening  😉 And they can look forward to getting to the broken “egg” part !

Hatching Worms Pudding Bowls ~ Worms hatching from the Eggs on the bottom, slivering their way up to the top will make a quick, inexpensive treat to your Halloween table ! #Halloween #HalloweenTreats www.WithABlast.net

Oh and yes, I know a worm hatch from an egg which was actually laid on a leaf, therefore you might get a small biology lesson from your wiser, or older kids !

Fortunately, they will forget about it soon, because these Hatching Worms Pudding Bowls are delicious as the sour and sweet are a very delightful combination – and don’t forget about the Marshmallow Fluff’s gooey, sweetness as well.

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Hatching Worms Pudding Bowls

Chill until ready to serve.
LINDA

Worms hatching from the Eggs on the bottom, slithering their way up to the top will make a quick, inexpensive treat to your Halloween table

4 thoughts on “Hatching Worms Pudding Bowls”

  1. I've been looking for last-minute Halloween treats, and these look awesome! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle, and please come back tomorrow! 🙂

  2. These are such a great idea, but they also look incredibly yum. (Am I allowed to say that?!)….lol

    Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

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