Ghoulish Monster Mash Mudslides + a Goosebumps GIVEAWAY!
They did the mash, they did the monster mash. The monster mash. It was a graveyard smash.
Yeah, whenever that song plays – I totally break out in song…. much to the dismay of anyone within 500 feet of me. Let’s just say that my singing skills are far below that of my cooking skills. Far, far, far below.
Maybe I should avoid the whole singing part, and occupy my mouth another way – say maybe with a ghhoouulllisshh (said in my best ghost voice) Monster Mash Mudslide. That’s quite a good idea too because they taste way better than my singing sounds.
They couldn’t be simpler to make either. If you cake make a peanut butter & jelly sandwich, you can do this. 🙂
Here’s what you need:
Measure out 4 cups of TruMoo chocolate milk, and pour it into a blender. Now, toss in 10 chocolate wafer cookies. Press that blend button, and you’re well on your way to a great treat.
Pour your blended perfection into a glass. Top with a dollop of Cool Whip – or a squirt of whipped cream in a can. I used Cool Whip, and used a spoon to mold a ghoulish-like shape. Now, your ghost needs a face! I used Reese’s Pieces… I cut an orange one in half for the eyes, and then used a whole brown one for the mouth. You could also use mini chocolate chips or mini chocolate candies.
My kids loved these. Even the bigger kids – you know… me & my husband – loved ’em. My 3 year old kind of ganked the rest of mine though…. told ya the kids loved them.
And by the way – the only reason this image has a blue border is because little man insisted I put it there. Anything to make the youngin’ happy… at least when it’s as easy as a simple beverage & a blue border 😀
Ghoulish Monster Mash Mudslides
- 4 cups of TruMoo chocolate milk
- 10 chocolate wafer cookies such as Oreos
- Cool Whip or whipped cream from a can
- chocolate candies or chocolate chips
- Blend the TruMoo chocolate milk with the chocolate wafer cookies in a blender. Pour into glasses. Top with whipped cream, giving it a shape of a ghost. Use candies or chocolate chips as the ghost's eyes & mouth.
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I was compensated for this post by TruMoo. All opinions, general ramblings, & love of all things spooky are my own.
Oooh, I would love to pop in a Goosebumps DVD while we sip on these scary treats! – Lesley
I really like seeing all the yummyness that you share, and thanks for the Goosebumps offer.
The shakes look so yummy! Will go great with some popcorn and Goosebumps DVD’s.
My son loved the Goosebumps books as a kid and now so does his son!
My students LOVE Goosebumps!!
I am definitely going to be making this for our Halloween party! They look so good!
My son will love this treat and I like that it is simple and easy for after school. Thank you!
I remember having a goosebumps book that when you opened it it would scream. It was the awesomeness.
excited about the recipe 😛
My boys will love this!
Can’t wait to try this one!
I think my kids will LOVE this!!!
My son would love these!
What a great, easy treat. Thanks!
My whole family would love this! Thanks for the recipe too!
Love this! Debbie Barker
That looks tasty!