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No Bake - Ghosts in the Graveyard! - Halloween Special

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Makes: 13x9 pan Total Time: 30 min
Category: Desserts Sub Category: Cakes

what you need
  • Ghosts:
  • 1 pkg. Baker's White Chocolate, melted
  • 12 peanut shaped cookies
  • 1 chocolate candy bar
  • Graveyard:
  • 1 pkg. chocolate sandwich cookies with creme filling
  • 1 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese
  • 2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • 3 cups milk
  • 2 small boxes vanilla pudding
  • 1 extra large tub whip cream
  • Orange food coloring OR red & yellow to mix & make orange
  • Gummy Worms optional
make it
Ghosts: In medium saucepan, slowly melt Baker's white chocolate until runny.

Using tongs, fingers, whatever you choose, dunk peanut shaped cookies one at a time until thickly and completely covered and set aside on wax paper.

Cut 2 small chunks of candy bar to make eyeballs and place on the "ghosts" then let cool.

Crush chocolate sandwich cookies and put half of them in bottom of 13x9 pan. (I use a large Ziploc bag, careful not to poke holes.)

In a separate mixing bowl, mix cream cheese, sugar, butter, vanilla, milk, and pudding with
blender. Fold in whip cream. Add food coloring to desired orange color. (I like mine a deep, bright orange)

Spread into pan. Sprinkle remaining chocolate sandwich cookies on top of mixture. Shove the ghosts down into the mixture so they stand up and make your graveyard. If you wish to top with gummy worms throughout the graveyard - do so now.

Refrigerate until ready to serve or you can even freeze it - just take it out about 30 minutes before serving.
I made this last Halloween and everyone LOVED it!!! So simple - such a hit! Rate it and let me know what you think.

You also don't have to use food coloring or wait until Halloween to make this. It's great anytime!
Average Rating  (2)
Rated  by mtbtrujillo on 9/28/2011 The recipe was great! It was a hit to the kids even at the time of preparation. It did make our haloween fun and exciting.
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