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We’re at the one month mark of being back-to-school. It’s hard to believe that much time has already passed by! My girls are back to their routine and so is Mom! I’m enjoying my time during the day to myself. It allows me to plan fun activities for my girls as well as plan fun menu choices for the family. During my planning time, I make sure I include snack ideas for the girls and try to keep a well stocked pantry and refrigerator with easy and convenient snacks that they can grab as soon as they get home. One of their favorite snacks is Hershey’s Ready-to-Eat Chocolate Pudding in the ready-to-eat snack cups!
Every now and then, I like to make something special for my family using ingredients that we already have. I love making mini pies for the family to enjoy after dinner. Mini pies are so easy to make and these Mini Chocolate Pudding Pies take about 5 minutes or less to make and only require four ingredients!
No-Bake Mini Hershey’s Pudding Pie Recipe
- Mini graham cracker crusts
- Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding (ready-to-eat containers)
- Whipped Cream
- Chocolate sprinkles
1. Spread an even layer of Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding in the bottom of a mini graham cracker crust.
2. Top with whipped cream.
3. Add chocolate sprinkles and serve. Each pudding pie serves one person!
Why do we choose Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding? These ready-to-eat pudding cups are convenient to use in these mini pies. There’s no cooking involved! This chocolate pudding is made with milk and real Hershey’s Cocoa for a rich and delicious chocolate flavor.
You can find Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding ready-to-eat cups at your local Walmart. Look for a money saving coupon available in the September/October issue of ALL YOU magazine! Add these pudding cups to your shopping list and pick them up soon so that you can make these delicious pudding pies for your family!
If you could make your own pudding pie, what flavor of pudding and toppings would you use?