Halloween Chocolate Pots: Graveyard Special

Recipe and photo credit by Rachel’s the organic dairy.

Halloween Chocolate Pots: Graveyard Special. 

Hello friends. Are you looking for some spooky Halloween recipe ideas?

how about making some Halloween Chocolate Pots?

Kids will love these simple chocolate pots with spooky tombstone cookies for Halloween.

Halloween Chocolate Pots

How To Make Halloween Chocolate Pots:


200ml double cream

130g dark plain chocolate (minimum 70% cocoa solids)

70g milk chocolate

2 tbsp liquid glucose

2 egg yolks

20g butter

100g Rachel’s GREEK STYLE natural yogurt

To Decorate:

50g Oreo cookies crushed

Serves: 6

Preparation time: 30 minutes

Cooking time: 10 – 15 minutes

Method For The Chocolate Pots:

1.) Heat the cream, do not allow it to boil.

2.) Break the chocolate into a bowl and pour over the hot cream.

3.) Stir the chocolate until it melts and there is a smooth consistency.

4.) Add the liquid glucose, egg yolks and butter, and beat lightly to combine the ingredients into the chocolate mixture.

5.) Fold in the yogurt.

6.) Pour the mixture into the glasses and refrigerate for a couple of hours before serving.

Method For The Biscuits:

50g Oreo cookies, crushed

180g unsalted butter softened

112g caster sugar

1 large egg, beaten

A couple of drops vanilla extract

200g plain flour sifted

1/2tsp baking powder

To Decorate:

100g dark chocolate, melted

Method For The Cookies:

1.) Pre-heat the oven to 200°C/400°F/Gas Mark 6.

2.) Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

3.) Begin by crushing the Oreo cookies and then put them to one side.

4.) In a large bowl or using an electric mixer, beat the butter with the caster sugar until light and creamy.

5.) Beat in the egg and the vanilla extract.

6.) Add the flour and baking powder and blend until a soft dough is formed.

7.) Add the crushed Oreo cookies to the mixture and combine fully until you have a speckled looking dough.

8.) Refrigerate the dough for at least one hour (this will make it easier to roll out).

9.) On a floured surface roll out the dough to ½ cm thickness.

10.) With a sharp knife, cut out tombstone shapes and place the cookies apart on the tray.

11.) Bake the cookies until the edges are slightly browned for approximately 10 minutes.

12.) Transfer to a cooling rack and cool completely before handling.

13.) Using a small piping bag with a small plain nozzle, fill with the melted chocolate and pipe the letters RIP.

14.) Leave once again for the chocolate to set.

15.) Place a RIP cookie in the centre of each glass and then sprinkle crushed Oreo cookie crumb around the biscuit to look like soil and stones.

Serve immediately.

Halloween Chocolate Pots. Recipe and photo credit by Rachel’s the organic dairy.

What do you think of these Halloween Chocolate Pots?

Halloween Chocolate Pots

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Claire Justine
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Recipe and photo credit by Rachel’s the organic dairy.


  1. Mother of 3
    2 October 2019 / 21:17

    Those look delicious!

    • 3 October 2019 / 10:02

      Thanks for the comment 🙂

  2. Anita holland
    1 October 2019 / 03:48

    All look great. Well done

  3. Dee | Grammy's Grid
    30 September 2019 / 09:41

    YUM! Dark chocolate!! Thanks so much for linking up at #AThemedLinkup 2 for All Things Halloween. Shared.

    • 3 October 2019 / 10:01

      Thanks so much for hosting and stopping by. Great link up 🙂

  4. Chris
    28 October 2014 / 16:48

    Definitely making these on friday, Claire!!Love them.I plan to adapt the recipe though and just use prepared pudding! I'll crush choc cookies or use chunky cake sprinkles. for the dirt …I can get them in the candy aisle in craft stores. I'm thinking Milano cookies for the headstones. They won't be "homemade" but they should be cute!I hope to pull it off Fri AM and we'll enjoy after trick or treating !I'll send you a pic if I do.Happy Halloween!!Enjoy it!Love your WW post today too:)xoxoxo~Chris

    • 28 October 2014 / 21:43

      Great ideas, whoo they sound great 🙂 can't wait to see your choc pots 🙂 Have a great Halloween with your boys Chris 🙂 looking forward to seeing your post…

  5. blogmumjd
    21 October 2013 / 19:12

    these look good #creativemondays

  6. alissa apel
    15 October 2013 / 19:50

    Those look fun to eat! Hopefully no bodies are buried in them.

  7. Judy Haughton-James
    15 October 2013 / 18:42

    It is good to see something yummy with the words RIP!:)

    • 24 October 2013 / 09:00

      Thanks for stopping by Judy 🙂

  8. Kim Carberry
    15 October 2013 / 17:25

    They look very scrummy! x

    • 24 October 2013 / 08:59

      Thanks for stopping by Kim 🙂

  9. Christina Morley
    15 October 2013 / 16:44

    That looks like one of the yummier and great looking Halloween treats that I've seen. Please link your W.W. once it's posted.

    • 24 October 2013 / 08:58

      Thanks for the invite Christina 🙂