Zombie Bacon Pudding Cups
Looking for a Halloween-themed recipe that has your favorite food in it? Want something that is super easy to throw together? Zombie Bacon Pudding is here to save your Halloween party from “lack of bacon” boredom!
Sour Gummy worms
(We found some skeleton arm and leg pops that we used, but any ghoulish kind of candy will do!)
First off, let’s start by making some delicious candied bacon. Line a jelly roll pan with foil. Lay out some bacon strips about an inch or so apart. Coat each piece of bacon with brown sugar on both sides. You can add cinnamon for extra flavor. Place bacon in the oven, then heat the oven to 375 degrees. Cook for about 15-20 minutes. You’ll want to flip your bacon strips after about ten minutes to prevent burning. Sugar can burn easily, so make sure you keep an eye on your candied bacon while it’s cooking.
While your bacon is cooking, it’s a good time to make your tasty dirt… I mean chocolate pudding! Follow the directions on the box and chill until you’re ready to serve.
When your candied bacon is done cooking, transfer the strips to paper towels and let excess grease drain. After they cool for bit, chop the bacon into little “dirt clump” sized pieces.
To assemble your tasty bowls of dirt and rotting zombie flesh, here’s what you do: In clear single-serving sized cups, layer your pudding and gummy worms nearly to the top of the cup. Sprinkle the candied bacon “dirt clumps” on top of the pudding. Then, top with your zombie candies or lollipops! What a great way to enjoy some tasty bacon and zombie flesh. Grrr-aaarrrrgg… delicious.
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