Homemade Pudding Pops

July 8th, 2010 by Erin Gennow
Butterscotch Pudding Pop

Butterscotch Pudding Pop

Pudding Pops, a tasty frozen treat from the 80s, are easy to make yourself.  Plus, you can have whatever flavor you choose when your making it.  Try layering 2 flavors, such as chocolate and butterscotch.

Total Active Prep Time: 5 minutes

Freezing Time: 7+ hours, or overnight

Serves: About 4, depending on the size of your ice pop mold or paper cups


2 cups milk

1 4-serving package of Jell-O pudding, whichever flavor you would like


Ice Pop Mold or Small Paper Cups and Ice Pop Sticks


Prepare the pudding according to package directions.  Stir 2 cups of cold milk into 1 4-serving size packaging for 2 minutes.

Fill your molds, insert the sticks, and place them in the freezer for at least 7 hours.  If using paper cups I would suggest placing them in a freezer proof dish or rimmed baking sheet.

Removing them from the mold can be a bit tricky.  Make sure your pudding pop has had plenty of time to freeze, otherwise the stick will pull out of the middle.  If using a plastic mold, run it under hot water on all sides of the pop you wish to remove, then quickly pull the stick straight down.  If you wiggle it, the stick will wiggle out.

If you are using a paper cup you can just tear the cup away from the pudding pop.


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One Response to “Homemade Pudding Pops”

  1. shannon fant says:

    This is cool we are gonna make them with the kids 🙂 ill let ya know how they turn out

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