Pumpkin Pie in a Cup

Pumpkin Pie in a Cup


Plastic cups

1 Can Pumpkin Pie Puree

Whipped Cream

Graham Crackers

Vanilla Pudding

Ziplock Bags

Kid's Hammer/ Rolling pin

Extend the Play:

Kick this project up a notch by making pudding from scratch. It is much easier than you think. We found a really easy recipe on Pinterest HERE.

You could potentially allow your child to break the eggs, but keep in mind you need the yolks. Children enjoy measuring, pouring, and counting when it comes to recipes.

Knowing that I had a potentially picky eater on my hands, I only made half the batch pumpkin, and left the other half vanilla. Both were a hit.

Pumpkin Pie in a Cup

This recipe is a quick and easy hit to celebrate fall. and Thanksgiving is next week. This recipe does not disappoint. It is sure to convert some pumpkin pie skeptics. This activity was a part of XO Playtime which is part of a monthly subscription where scree free activities are mailed to your inbox each month.


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Step 1:

Take several Graham Crackers, and crush them with a sledge hammer, your child's toy hammer, or a rolling pin of pain.

Step 2:

Fill the bottoms of the cups with the crushed Graham Crackers.

Step 3:

In a bowl mix Vanilla Pudding with 2 TBS of pumpkin pie puree. (If you want a stronger pumpkin taste, add more.)

Step 4:

Divide mixture into the cups.

Step 5:

Top with whipped cream.

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