Orange and Black Pudding Trifle! Perfect for Halloween!

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DSC_0324 It is Halloween time which means time for some delicious, and spooky good recipes! I don’t know about you but one of my favorite holidays is Halloween and I like to go all out to create a decor in my household, along with creating fun recipes that match my Halloween decor.


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I decided I was going to make an Orange and Black Pudding Trifle using TruMoo Chocolate Milk.  What I love about TruMoo is every glass starts with fresh, pure milk from your trusted dairy, which contains 8 essential nutrients. Each flavored milk is sweetened with just enough sugar and does not contain any fructose corn syrup. There is also no artificial growth hormones and no HFCS!  Not only do they love TruMoo, but as a parent, I feel good giving them something that they enjoy and is good for them.

This season, TruMoo has the TruMoo Orange Scream and Chocolate Milk to get you ready for Halloween!


I decided I was going to get in the Halloween spirit by making an Orange and Black Pudding Triffle.

Ingredients: -TruMoo Chocolate Milk -Vanilla Pudding -Orange Cake Mix-Redi-Whip-Halloween decorative rings


Directions: 1. Take a glass and add a Halloween ring to the bottom of the glass.

2. Bake an Orange Cake using a store bought Cake Mix. I used Duncan Hines for this. Once cake is done, let it cool.


3. Make vanilla pudding according to packaging.

4. Layer orange cake with vanilla pudding. Repeat until you get to top of the glass.

5. Use redi-whip on top and decorate with another Halloween ring.

DSC_0325 In no time at all, you will have a delicous Halloween recipe using the amazing TruMoo. There are so many great recipes you can make with TruMoo so be sure to visit their website for more delicious TruMoo Halloween recipes and check them out on Facebook and Pinterest today!


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  1. Lisa Konieczke says

    Oh wow! What a fun recipe for the kiddos! I love this. Looks easy enough, I’m pinning this one. Thank you!

  2. Rebecca Swenor says

    This sounds so good and the kids would love the dessert plus the surprise at the bottom. Thanks for sharing.

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