Goblin Smoothie

I had so much fun with last week’s easy, Halloween themed post I couldn’t resist making another themed post.  I had a few different ideas for a festive drink, but the one I was most excited about didn’t quite work.  As I was scrounging around the kitchen for a new idea I happened upon a box of vanilla pudding mix and this Goblin Smoothie was born. The package actually listed a recipe for a banana smoothie (the recipe here with two bananas and some granola mixed in and the dye omitted) which I thought could easily be modified for a Halloween treat. I had bought some plastic eyeballs to place garnish a treat and scare my kids ( I know, mean mom) and I thought this might be a great rescue to my festive drink attempts.

goblin smoothie

Add a bit of extra milk to the pudding package gives it a smoothie texture, yet it is thick enough to float the Halloween garnish on top.  The classic flavor means that it will be a hit with a wide audience, and much to my surprise my kids thought the ghoulish garnish was funny.  I guess I have to work harder to give them a fright!

goblin smoothie


Goblin Smoothie

One 4 ounce package of vanilla pudding
3 cups milk
10 drops green food coloring
4-5 Plastic eyeballs for decoration (or other ghoulish accents)
4-5 festive straws

 

In a large bowl mix together the vanilla pudding, milk and green food dye until smooth and even in color.  Pour into 4-5 serving glasses and let set for five minutes.  Gently place the eyeballs on top and add a festive straw.  Refrigerate until ready to serve.

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5 thoughts on “Goblin Smoothie

  1. This is adorable! And so simple. I love it and so will my kids. You are very creative.
    Would you clarify something? Does it matter whether you use instant or regular pudding mix? Thank you very much.

    • Thanks, Ruby! I have only tried the recipe with an instant pudding mix, but you could probably use cook & serve with a bit of modification. I would make the pudding according the to package directions to get it to thicken, and then add the extra cup of milk (or less) until it is thinned to a consistency of a smoothie.

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