Oogie Boogie Hallwoeen Trifle Fun + Spooky!

Oogie Boogie Hallwoeen Trifle Fun + Spooky!


A delicious, creepy Oogie Boogie Trifle full of goodness, fear and bugs! This Chocolate Cake and Green Cheesecake Mix Cookie is sure to be a hit with any Oogie Boogie or Halloween fan!

It’s Halloween…it’s Halloween…for all things fun and spooky, be sure to try this gadget along with our Graveyard Dirt Cake, Oogie Boogie Popcorn and other treats!

Our Favorite Oogie Boogie Desserts

We love everything about Halloween and Christmas – and everything in between!

Yes, our family is a huge fan of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. We love Jack Skellington and Sally, especially Oogie Boogie!

We wanted to make an Oogie Boogie gadget in his honor and decided to top it with cake cubes, green cheesecake mousse filling, crumbled cookies, and of course worms – fudge worms! ! Not only is this spooky gadget perfect for your next movie night, it’s also perfect for Halloween – especially since the kids are crazy about it!

How to Make Halloween Baubles

This Oogie Boogie gizmo is a piece of cake.You just have all the ingredients nearby and ready Floor!

cake. Make the cake according to the directions on the box. Cool and cut into cubes.

pudding. Mix the pudding mixture and milk to make the pudding. Add whipped cream and mix well. Add neon green food coloring. Mix well and set aside.

Floor. Add 1/4 of the whipped cream/pudding mixture to the bottom of a small plate. Layer ⅓ cake cubes. Sprinkle on ⅓ crushed Oreos and some sticky worms. Duplicate layers.

closure. Top with a final layer of whipped cream and pudding mixture. Sprinkle with the final crumble cookies and fudge worms. Refrigerate until ready to eat.

Keep scrolling to see how to make this in individual servings!

Recipe Tips

cake Floor: Cake layers can be made using box cakes, homemade using your favorite cake recipes, or even regular bakery cakes. You can also change the taste to your liking.

green sticky: The green filling is a green cheesecake pudding mix. You can use vanilla or white chocolate pudding, or even pistachios that are already green. A note about pudding: You want to buy packaged pudding mixes rather than pre-made puddings. The pudding mix needs to be an instant pudding or it won’t set properly. Make the mix according to our recipe, not the recipe on the box.

addition: The fudge really makes this dish interesting. You can use sticky worms and sticky bugs. You can add chocolate bugs. You can use festive sprinkles.

Leading, Storage + Service

one step ahead: You can make this the day before, but you don’t want to make it too early because the pudding will end up with the cake layers saturated and soggy. If you want to make different elements ahead of time, you can store them separately until you’re ready to assemble the little things.

leftovers: If you happen to have little leftovers, you can cover it and keep it in the fridge for a few days. The cake layers may become saturated and soft but still delicious.

Serving dishes: Since it’s the little things, you really want to stick with Winding Up so you can really enjoy the nice and fun layers. There are a lot of interesting options out there. You can use a more traditional side dish, served on an elevated shelf like this one. You can even make individual gadgets out of clear plastic cups. Here are some other bowls I found while searching online that are really cool to use.

Make them individual serving sizes!

Want to make and serve side dishes in individual cups? no problem!

It works here too. Layering each cup requires more work, but it’s also a good idea. Just add a bit of the pudding mix, then add the crumbled cookies and cake slices, and keep repeating the layers until you reach the top.

You can see how we did it in the image above.

More Halloween Treats:

Course dessert

American food

Prep time 10 minutes

Total time 10 minutes

Serving Size 16

Calories 168 kcal

by Lil’ Luna

  • 1 box chocolate cake mix plus toppings on back
  • 6.6 oz white chocolate pudding powder 2 boxes
  • 3 cups 2% milk
  • 1 large container cool whip
  • green food coloring
  • 20 crushed Oreos
  • sticky worm
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