Valentine’s Day Pudding Cups and Topping Bar

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Valentine's Day Pudding Cups

Lately, Little Crafter and some of his friends from school have been arranging lots of play dates. They love to get together to play Minecraft and other games, watch movies, and sometimes even make crafty projects. When it’s our turn to host, I really enjoy watching them interact and have fun. I also know that second and third grade kiddos {especially boys!} are always hungry, so I make sure to have tasty, kid-friendly snacks on hand. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to create an extra special treat for the boys; Snack Pack Pudding Cups with a full toppings bar where they could choose their favorite mix-ins!


These Snack Pack Pudding cups are a great snacking choice for Little Crafter and his buddies; they come in flavors everyone likes, they only cost $1.00 for four cups at Walmart, and {don’t tell the kids} one serving has the same amount of calcium as an 8 oz glass of milk! The new easy open lids make it simple for kiddos to serve themselves, which is a big help when it comes to sending them with school lunches too.


Once I had purchased the pudding in both chocolate and vanilla, it was time to plan the toppings bar! I know some of Little Crafter’s friends have special diets due to gluten sensitivities, along with things they just plain don’t like, so I wanted to make sure I had a good variety of choices…something for everyone.

Valentine Toppings Bar

Here are the toppings I included:
semi-sweet chocolate chips
white chocolate chips

mini marshmallows
chopped walnuts
crushed cereal

crushed graham crackers
Reddi Wip
chocolate syrup
caramel syrup

Valentine Toppings Bar

I also came up with these ideas that I didn’t have readily on hand, but would also be great topping choices if you’re making your shopping list:
gummi candies
crushed pretzels
chocolate covered raisins

Then, because I can’t help myself, I designed these cute {and perhaps corny} little printables…“You’re tops, Valentine!”

Valentine Toppers

I printed them out onto white card stock and punched them out using a circle punch. Then, I used double sided tape to stick them together; a bottom layer, a toothpick, then a top layer. If you’d like to use these for your own toppings party, just click here and you can download the printable file totally free, my gift to you!

Once the toppers are finished, all that’s left is to grab a Snack Pack and enjoy!

Snack Pack Pudding Toppings Bar

The fun of it is that you can add anything or everything…or nothing…for a snack that’s exactly the way you like it!

Snack Pack Pudding Toppings Bar

I don’t know about you, but all this yumminess is making me hungry! What’s your favorite flavor of Snack Pack pudding? And what mix-ins would you choose to make it an extra-tasty treat?

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  1. This is such an awesome idea!! My kids always love places where they get to choose toppings, and this makes it such an easy, fun way to make a treat that super special! Totally love it–and I’m sure they did too! #client

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