Sunday, October 14, 2012


Because Graveyard Pudding is one of our most requested recipes, for you, we'll dig it up again.
It's perfect for parties, to celebrate Halloween at home, school or work. 
We post this recipe every year because you seem to like it.

Here's what you need:

Oreo type cookies crumbled, 1 whole box (we use Trader Joe's chocolate and vanilla JoeJoe's cookies)

Pirouline Chocolate Hazelnut Cream wafers broken (not crumbled)

Vanilla Pudding 16 oz prepared
Chocolate Pudding 16oz prepared
Heavy Whipped Cream ( we beg you, please, not from the can) 

You will need 1 pint of high-quality cream 
Simply whip the cream with your mixer until the cream looks like soft butter.
You wont be adding sugar, vanilla or anything, just plain whipped cream. 
Here’s a little tip, room-temperature cream won't incorporate air, 
so use well-chilled cream straight from the refrigerator. 

Here's how you make it:

First, layer the bottom of your bowl or pan with chocolate pudding.
Next comes a layer of whipped cream.
Layer some of ther crumbled Oreo type cookies on the top of the whipped cream.
Next comes the vanilla pudding, the whipped cream and more cookies.
Keep repeating this process until you run out of pudding and cream.
Now sprinkle the rest of your Oreo type cookies on top (so it looks like dirt)
Next add the broken Pirouline wafers on top (they are suppose to look like bones)