Creamy Pudding Pops8:00 PM
Not sure if there is an actual recipe for them, but what I used was 1 box of instant, chocolate pudding, 2 C milk, and 1 tub (8 oz) of whipped topping.
To start with mix your milk and pudding just like you were making pudding (whisk for 2 minutes).
Then stir in you whipped topping for that extra creaminess!
Once it is pretty much mixed you can spoon the mixture into popsicle molds or disposable cups (and add popsicle sticks) or if you are me you can eat it unfrozen. Freeze the part you want frozen and put any left in the refrigerator (it is like really creamy pudding; trust me, I ate way too much).
Once frozen you pop out of your mold (you may have to use a little hot water for this) and serve! My oldest, upon seeing that it was brown, declared she would not eat it. She wanted a colored popsicle, and even though she watched me mix it and put it in the freezer she still wanted a colored popsicle. The other two were quick to eat theirs though!
Super simple and super creamy summer treat! And now that I know my oldest requests colored popsicles we might just have to make her some even though chocolate Pudding Pops still can't be beat in my book!