Making a Valentine Pudding Treat

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February 1, 2016

Valentine Pudding Treat - jar with cookie and pudding treat insideSweets for my sweet, sugar for my honey... If the amount of sugar is used to measure your love, then this sweet treat will send oodles and oodles of love. This is a kid-friendly craft ~ your kids can make these to show their love for their best friends. It is also a fun craft that can easily be made for a craft fair for Valentine's Day.


Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: one treat jar


  • 375ml glass jar with a lid
  • A6 sized white textured cardstock
  • small piece of red felt
  • 25 in of red silver edged ribbon
  • 4 Oreo cookies
  • 2 vanilla custard cookies
  • instant vanilla pudding, made according to the directions on the packet
  • grated chocolate to sprinkle on top
  • heart-shaped cookie cutter
  • plastic lid with a diameter of 2.2"
  • pencil
  • standard scissors
  • quick-drying craft glue (such as Bostik Clear)
  • 2 small bowls and a spoon


  1. Add the Oreo cookies to one of the bowls and crush the cookies. Spoon the crushed cookies into the jar.
  2. Valentine Pudding Treat
  3. Fill the jar two thirds of the way up with the prepared instant pudding.
  4. Valentine Pudding Treat

  5. Add the vanilla custard cookies to the second bowl and crush them. Fill the rest of the jar with the crushed vanilla cookies. Sprinkle the grated chocolate on top before tightly screwing on the jar's lid.
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  7. Use the plastic lid to trace a circle onto the white cardstock. Cut out the circle and glue it to the top of the jar's lid.
  8. Use the cookie cutter to trace a heart onto the red felt and cut it out. Glue it onto the jar's lid.
  9. Wrap the ribbon around the jar's neck and make a neat bow to finish it off.
  10. Valentine Pudding Treat

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Hi Lifekinds!
I wouldn't worry about what kind of cookies they are; they're probably similar to vanilla wafers (like 'Nilla wafers - not the kind of wafer cookies with the cream filling). I was thinking of using shortbread cookies, myself. You can change this idea up and use different combinations of cookies and puddings.

You could use the same bowl for crushing both types of cookies; just wipe out any crumbs or residue from the first batch with a paper towel.

As for the grated chocolate, one usually uses dark chocolate, like semi-sweet chocolate that comes in bars for cooking (found in the baking aisle at the supermarket). You could also use a Hershey's Special Dark bar, or really any chocolate bar that you like. A recipe like this can be used as a jumping off point for endless variations. Don't be afraid to experiment! Have fun!

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