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Ghosts In The Graveyard

This Halloween treat really looks like ghosts in the graveyard when done.


1 package (16 ounces) chocolate sandwich cookies
3 1/2 cups cold milk
2 packages (4 serving size each) Chocolate and Vanilla pudding
1 tub (12 ounces) of frozen whipped topping


Crush cookies in a zip top bag with a rolling pin or use a food processor.

Pour cold milk into a large bowl. Add pudding mixes. Beat with a wire whisk for 2 minutes. Gently stir in 3 cups of the whipped topping and 1/2 of the crushed cookies.

Spoon into a 13x9 inch dish. Sprinkle with remaining crushed cookies. Refrigerate for an hour or until ready to serve. Store leftover dessert, covered in the fridge.

To Decorate Graveyard: Decorate assorted cookies with decorating icings or gels to create "tombstones" , Millano cookies work best for these.

Stand "tombstones" on top of dessert with candy corn, candy pumpkins and tiny jelly beans. Drop remaining whipped topping by spoonful's onto the dessert to create ghosts. Decorate with small candies to make eyes.

Makes 12 to 16 servings

Source:Sunday Dinner Newsletter



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