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My most favorite time of year is here, Happy October! Halloween is just around the corner and my 4 year old is just as excited as I am. To get us in a festive mood, we crafted up these easy bat Snack Pack pudding cups for an after school treat. Anything pudding or googly eyes related scores me major mom points with my preschooler. Not only does the pudding taste great, it also contains the same amount of calcium as an 8 oz glass of milk. Win/win! These would be super easy and fun to make for a school Halloween party or homeschool co-op group. Use a glue stick instead of a glue gun and your child can help turn their pudding cups into bats. The pudding cups are already individually packaged, making for easy serving and clean up. Your child’s teacher will appreciate that!
Snack Pack Chocolate Pudding
Black Glitter Card Stock
Paper Cutting Machine or Scissors
Hot Glue Gun
Step 1: Head to Walmart to get the materials for this craft. I found the Snack Pack Chocolate Pudding in the baking aisle of my local Walmart.
Step 2: Use a paper cutting machine, such as a Silhouette or Cricut, to cut bats out of glitter cardstock. If you don’t have a machine, you can just freehand a bat and cut it out using scissors. Attach the bat to the pudding cup using hot glue, as shown in the photo. Attach googly eyes to the front of the pudding cup.
Step 3: Enjoy your spooky snack!
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