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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Ghost in the Graveyard- Vienna Fingers, Rich Whip, Oreos and Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips make this Allergy~Friendly Halloween Treat a Sugary Delight for Kids!

Being homeroom mom with a child with food allergies is turning out to be a fun experience!
It's amazing how one can alter a recipe to meet your allergy needs.  This one is from Mrs. Jensen, a teacher who is NOT afraid of a little sugar.  She is smart enough to wait till the end of the day to send these treats home to us parents!

Ghost in the Graveyard - EF, NF, DF
Ghost in the Graveyard
    *milk-free, egg-free, nut-free

Ingredients to serve 4-5 kids
Plastic 9 oz. clear cups
Jell-O brand instant Chocolate pudding -1 small package chocolate pudding
      (4 - 5 per students)
1 3/4 Cups of soy milk
Rich Whip Non-Dairy Topping
      (1 container per 3 students)
Oreo Cookies - 4 per student
Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
Keebler Vienna Fingers 


1.  Have each student place 4 Oreo cookies in plastic baggie and seal.  Crush with hands.
2.  Measure 1 3/4 C of soymilk into large mixing bowl. 
     *NOTE - soymilk doesn't thicken the mix as much as regular milk so you may want to add a little less
3.  Add Jell-O pudding mix.  Stir for 2 minutes. 
4.  Stir in almost all of 1 package of Rich Whip already whipped (leave enough for a dollop of cream at the end).
5.  Have kids divide their Oreos in half.  Place half of mixture in cup and then dump this into the pudding/whipped cream mixture.
6.  Pour cup Oreos into pudding and have students take turns stirring.
7. Scoop mixture into individual cups.  Use 1/4 C and take turns scooping.
8. Sprinkle remaining Oreos on top.
9.  Place chocolate chips for eyes.
10.  Add a final dollop of whipped cream on top.
10.  Place Keebler Vienna Finger Cookie beyond dollop of whipped cream as a tombstone.

These look really cute but be prepared for some high octane activity when they're ready to eat these Halloween treats!

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