Saturday, July 7, 2012

Cute Camp Treat

Yesterday was Halloween at camp.  I dressed up as Minnie Mouse, but then it was over 100 degrees again, and I quickly changed back into my loose camp shirt and shorts! It was hot, but it was also Friday and so people were all in pretty good moods.  Also, since it was Halloween, I came up with a great snack idea for the end of the day:

Graveyard Cups!

chocolate pudding
gummy worms
milano cookies
gel frosting

1. Spoon some pudding into plastic cup.  Top with some smashed oreo and a gummy worm. Next, write RIP or whatever you want on your milano cooke and stick it into the pudding so that it looks like a little gravestone.  Now, you have an adorable snack that kids will LOVE.

Enjoy :)

Today, I have an EPIC dinner planned.  My cousin Chris and I both love to cook and so we are getting together to make a 5 course, plated dinner, for 12.  I am also supposed to run 12 miles this morning, but seeing as there is still an excessive heat warning in effect, I am going to hold off until tomorrow when it  is going to be cooler.  So, get excited for some fun meal ideas and more on my running excursions.  I can't wait to share them all with you!


  1. just had to let you know-
    im reading you every day, and never commenting...
    so now im doing so(:
    btw- im from israel, so you have a fan from another land(:
    thanks a lot for all of your nice food(:

    1. Oh my gosh, this made my day. You are too sweet!

  2. aww they're so cute. Will remember this for real Halloween :)

    1. Yes, I will have to make this again for actual Halloween. For my students!

  3. This is so creative! Sounds like a fun day and a fun treat to go with it!

    1. Thanks! It was! Now, I'll have to make them again for my students during the year

  4. Love it! It is perfect for a Halloween camp get away! Nice page. I am looking forward n doing some of this in November.

  5. This sounds great and a dessert that kids would love. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday.

  6. I remember making treats like this for my kids back in the day. thanks for the memories and for sharing on FFF.