Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups | Fall Treats for Kids

Teachers and parents, get ready to have some fun with these Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups!  

Welcome to a delightful kitchen adventure that will not only satisfy your taste buds but also bring joy and creativity to your little ones!

Pumpkin pudding cups for kids Halloween parties and Fall classroom parties for kids

We present to you our fantastic “Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups” activity, perfect for both the classroom and home settings. This fun-filled culinary experience will not only create sweet memories, but also provide valuable educational opportunities for your children.

So, roll up your sleeves, grab your aprons, and get ready to embark on a journey of imagination, learning, and scrumptious delights!

Materials Needed for Pumpkin Pudding Snacks

These fun kids snacks for your Fall party are simple to make.  Here are a few items you’ll need to let the fun begin!

  • Clear plastic cups or small glass jars
  • Chocolate pudding cups or homemade chocolate pudding
  • Oreo cookies or chocolate cookies
  • Candy pumpkins
  • Gummy worms 
  • Whipped cream (optional)

Pumpkin pudding cups for kids Halloween parties and Fall classroom parties for kids

How to Make Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups

  1. Prepare the Pudding Cups: Begin by filling each clear plastic cup or glass jar with chocolate pudding. You can either use pre-made chocolate pudding cups or make your own chocolate pudding from scratch. If you choose to make it yourself, involve your little ones in the process. It’s a fantastic opportunity to teach them some basic cooking skills!
  2. Create the Pumpkin Patch: Take the Oreo cookies or chocolate cookies and crumble them to create the “dirt” for the pumpkin patch. Sprinkle the cookie crumbs on top of the chocolate pudding, making sure to leave some space for the pumpkins.
  3. Plant the Pumpkins: Time to plant some candy pumpkins or gummy worms in the “dirt.” Let your kids be part of this planting process. They’ll enjoy seeing their pumpkin patch come to life as they strategically place the candies on top of the cookie crumbs.
  4. Add Some Worms: To complete the pumpkin patch look, add colorful gummy worms to the dirt.
  5. Optional Whipped Cream Fun: For an extra special touch, you can add a dollop of whipped cream on top of the pudding to create a “cloud” or “frosting” effect.
  6. Enjoy and Learn: Now that the pumpkin patch pudding cups are complete, it’s time to enjoy the delicious treat! Encourage your little ones to talk about their pumpkin patch creations, naming the different parts and sharing their imaginative stories.



More Learning Fun for Kids

As you make these fun treats for kids, you will see there are many learning opportunities taking place.  The following are examples of how the kids are learning while assembling these pumpkin patch pudding cups.

  • Language Development: As you work together on this activity, engage in conversations about the ingredients, the process, and the final outcome. Encourage your kids to use descriptive language and storytelling while decorating their pumpkin patches.
  • Fine Motor Skills: This activity involves a lot of fine motor skill practice, such as crumbling cookies, planting candy pumpkins, and arranging the gummy worms.
  • Creativity and Imagination: Let your children’s creativity shine as they design their unique pumpkin patches. There are no right or wrong ways to create a pumpkin patch pudding cup!

Pumpkin pudding cups for kids Halloween parties and Fall classroom parties for kids

We hope you and your little ones have a blast making these Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups together. It’s a fantastic opportunity to bond, learn, and have a scrumptious time! Enjoy and happy cooking!

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