Quick & Easy Halloween Treats


Hello Everyone! Halloween is just around the corner and that means its time to get into the sweets! I made three super simple and delicious treats that you can make for a party or even with your kids. All the ingredients are inexpensive and you can really get creative with your own creations. So let's jump right in!




If you would like to view the video on how all these treats are made you can do so above.

 You Will Need:
• Jello (Orange and Grape)
• Cool Whip (or Whip Cream)
• Candy Topper

1. Begin by boiling some water.

2. Once boiled add a cup of the boiled water to your jello mix. Stirring until the mix is dissolved.

3. Once the jello is set, put your first colour in the bottom of the container. Followed by a thin later of cool whip or whip cream and then your final jello colour.

4. Finish off by making a tower of whip cream and topping it with your candy.

You Will Need:
• Vanilla Pudding
• Cool Whip (or Whip Cream)
• Food Colouring (Red and Yellow)
• Milk (or milk substitute) 

1. Begin by adding 2 cups of milk to a bowl followed by your pudding mix. Whisk for about 2 minutes and let pudding sit for 3 minutes.

2. Divide your pudding into two bowls.

3. In one bowl mix 2 drops of red colouring with 18 drops of yellow and mix together. This is going to give you your orange colour.

4. In the other bowl add 5 drops of yellow and mix, vanilla pudding is already fairly yellow but this way we get a more "candy corn" colour.

5. Distribute your pudding into your container yellow then orange and top with whip cream.

You Will Need:
• Chocolate Pudding
• Mini Chocolate Chips
• Cool Whip (or Whip Cream)
• Oreo Crumbs
• Milk

1. Begin by adding 2 cups of milk to a bowl followed by your pudding mix. Whisk for about 2 minutes and let pudding sit for 3 minutes.

2. Add a small layer of Oreo crumbs to the bottom of your container. Followed by about 3 inches of chocolate pudding and another layer of oreo.

3. Finish off with a large tower of whip cream and add two little chips as eyes. This makes it look like a ghost sitting on top of your dessert.

I hope you enjoy these yummy treats! Be sure to follow or subscribe so you don't miss the next two DIY's in this Halloween trilogy.

As always if you make these treats I'd love to see them! So please either tweet me @kelseyinkol or use the hashtag #theDIYdiary.

Thanks for reading/watching!
xx Kelsey