You all know that I love making my own homemade ice cream and ice pops. And actually the process behind either type of frosty treat is very simple! But sometimes I’m just having a lazy summer day, and don’t feel like even bothering with those simple treats. But rather than take the kids out for ice cream (which is strangely enough becoming more and more pricey every summer), I like to make these super-simple Sprinkle Pudding Pops! Seriously, you only need 5 minutes for these!
If you were a fan of the commercial pudding pops (that were popular in the 70s-90s) I think you’ll like these! I unfortunately can’t remember the original ones enough to compare them (though I was a big fan of them for a couple of summers), but these are definitely close enough for me. And really, with the hot weather we’ve been having lately, I’m just happy to have anything cool. The yummy chocolate pudding flavor is just a plus!
Also note that while I used chocolate flavored pudding packs, you could also do these with vanilla. I’m sure they’d be just as tasty, I just happened to be in a chocolatey mood when I set about making these.
Sprinkle Pudding Pops
1. Open your chocolate pudding packs.
2. Place a wooden ice cream spoon into the center of the chocolate pudding.
3. Use a teaspoon to carefully coat the top of the pudding with rainbow sprinkles.
4. Freeze for about 6 hours.
5. Run all 4 sides of the plastic container under hot water for about 10 seconds and then carefully pull up on the wooden spoon to remove your sprinkle pudding pops. Enjoy!
Have you been making a lot of quick cold treats this summer?
Sprinkle Pudding Pops
There’s nothing better than a cold treat on a hot summer day. These delicious sprinkle pudding pops only take minutes to put together!
- Category: Dessert
- Chocolate pudding cups- I used Snack Pack brand, but other brands will also be fine. I once even saw vegan chocolate pudding cups at Sprouts!
- Wooden ice cream spoons
- Rainbow sprinkles
- Open your chocolate pudding packs.
- Place a wooden ice cream spoon into the center of the chocolate pudding.
- Use a teaspoon to carefully coat the top of the pudding with rainbow sprinkles.
- Freeze for about 6 hours.
- Run all 4 sides of the plastic container under hot water for about 10 seconds and then carefully pull up on the wooden spoon to remove your sprinkle pudding pops. Enjoy!
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