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Have you tried Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding? Yummm!
It really reminded me of our Freaky Fridays that we did when the kids were younger. We had a fun evening planned, usually around a special food theme and a special friend could be invited to join us.
One of the favorites was chocolate fruit fondue. Shhhhhh, I cheated. I used chocolate pudding.
Look, doesn’t this look like a delicious chocolate fondue?
I used Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding, purchased at Walmart. It comes in packages of 4. There are Chocolate and S’mores flavors. It’s hard to choose!
When you are looking for this, it is in the refrigerated section. I found it on the top shelf.
And, let me give you a helpful hint! The October All You magazine has a $0.55 coupon! This is what the magazine looks like. This was my first time purchasing it but won’t be my last. Lots of great stuff in it!
Especially a coupon for the Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding that I’m talking about! Another tip for you. There are more coupons and creative recipes here! You’re welcome : ).
Here is a fun and really easy Halloween craft you can do with the kids. Because, we all like easy but cute, don’t we!
Clean out the Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding cup (after you have eaten the pudding, of course!).
Grab one of those battery operated tea lights.
One tissue. Separate it if it’s two ply. Place inside the pudding cup. I liked it best when some of it was outside the container (like the picture below).
Use a marker to draw a ghost face. Just something simple.
Turn on the tea light that you place inside.
Isn’t this a cute little ghost? But not too scary. Perfect to put on a nightstand.
Make sure you take a look at this Walmart page featuring Kraft recipes (and more coupons)! There are some great recipes you need to look at there. Because we all get in a recipe rut sometimes….