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Spiked Raspberry Pudding Bites

This week has been all about no-bake recipes and, in typical Brit & Co. fashion, all of our recipes happen to get you a little bit tipsy. Today we revisit the world of spiked pudding (remember our Kahlua Pudding Pops?) in a more fruity bite-sized form. Introducing our totally addictive and devilishly delicious Spiked Raspberry Pudding Bites!

Ingredients:
– raspberries!
– spiked chocolate pudding
– spiked French Vanilla pudding

For the chocolate pudding:
– 1 box of chocolate pudding mix
– 3/4 cup of Kahlua
– 1/4 cup of Vodka
– 1 cup of milk
– 1 cup of Cool Whip

For the French Vanilla pudding:
– 1 box of French Vanilla pudding mix
– 1/2 cup of Fluffed Marshmallow Vodka
– 1 cup of milk
– 1 cup of Cool Whip

Tools: 
– piping bag & frosting tip
– ice cube trays

Get all of your ingredients in order. Both pudding mixes will use 1 cup and milk and 1 cup of Cool Whip. As you can see from the ingredient list above, the alcohol for the chocolate will be Kahlua and Vodka, and the alcohol for the vanilla will be the Fluffed Marshmallow Vodka.

In two separate bowls, mix the chocolate pudding and the vanilla pudding. Place in the fridge to firm it up a bit.

To prep your raspberries, give 'em a wash and pat gently with a paper towel to dry. Using a sharp knife, cut the tiniest slice possible off the bottom of the raspberry. This will make the raspberry stand up without falling.

We put our raspberries in ice cube trays and the top of an egg carton to prep them for being filled with boozy pudding.

Fill a piping bag with a few spoons of chocolate pudding and get to work on those berries!

Repeat with the vanilla. 

You will likely have a TON of pudding left. We recommend making our pudding pops or whipping up a few dessert cups. 

Spoon about three spoonfuls of pudding into each cup.

Keep everything in the fridge until you're ready to serve.

To serve the pudding cups, toss a few berries on top and you're good to go.

For the pudding-filled berries, place on a plate or platter and get ready to refill. 

They'd be great on top of a pie, cake or ice cream, but they're so good on their own as well. And you definitely can't eat just one. ;)

What are your favorite no-bake recipes or boozy bites for summer? Let us know in the comments below or share with us on Twitter.