Friday, 25 October 2013

Halloween Recipe | Pumpkin Pudding Cups

Halloween Recipe | Pumpkin Pudding Cups

In our final Halloween recipe feature on the blog we decided to show you something that's not only easy to create but super fun to get the kids involved too.  Don't worry although this will be our last Friday feature we'll be sure to fill the blog with lot's of Halloween inspired antics next week!


  • With a sharp paring knife, cut the top 1/2" off the mandarins. Using a small spoon or melon baller, scoop out the mandarin flesh. Use this for juicing, fruit salads, or jam. 
  • Prepare the pudding according to package instructions. Or if you're making your own this is when you should do so. We like using this particular recipe. 
  • Cool slightly and fill mandarin cups with pudding. Refrigerate until chilled. 
  • To serve, poke a small hole where the stem of the mandarins were. Insert one mint leaf for the pumpkin "stem.
  • Jack-o-lantern faces may be painted on with a small paintbrush and black gel food colouring  Be sure mandarin skin is completely dry with no condensation or the jack-o-lantern face will bleed. 

  • The original recipe can be found here

    We hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!

    It's the perfect time to relax, spend time with family and most importantly bake something delicious!


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