It’s time for Halloween and our family is enjoying our fair share of sweet treats and Halloween fun. Growing up Halloween was always fun time of year. Every year we would have a big Halloween party and enjoy plenty of sweet treats with our friends. I have to say it has in many ways it has inspired me to have my own fun with my kids.
There’s something about Halloween and pudding. We always seem to enjoy more pudding and parfaits around this time of year so I wanted to highlight the pure joy in one of our favorite deserts. Monk Fruit In The Raw® is made from delicious vine-ripened monk fruit, also called luo han guo, it’s the zero-calorie sweetener that tastes like sugar.
In The Raw® wants to inspire families like ours to get in the kitchen and create more of those joyful moments with the pure joy from In The Raw® products.
Banana Raspberry Pudding Parfaits
- Banana cream pudding
- 3 cups skim milk
- 1 package raspberries
- 1 cup Monk Fruit In The Raw®
- candy eyeballs found at the craft store
When cooking with my girls we like to keep it simple. We enjoy turning simple flavors into flavorful combinations that really work well together.
Pudding is so easy just add milk and stir. It’s one of the things my kids like to make the most because it’s so easy to do. Once you’re ready to make the raspberry parfait topping you just add the whole package of raspberries to your sauce pan.
Then add the sugar and 3 TBSP of water.
You ill want to slightly crush the berries and cook of a medium heat.
I found some really great Halloween props at our local craft store. These open test tube beakers are so much fun and make a great container for the pudding.
I add the raspberry on top and use a straw to push the raspberry into the pudding.
Top with candy eyeballs and fondant fingers and you have a creepy dessert that the whole family will enjoy.
I want to know what foods bring you back to holidays during your childhood? What are some things you enjoy doing with your kids?
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