Does anyone have a recipe for frozen pudding pops?
Debra from Hampton, Tenn
Here are two ideas.
Frozen pudding Sandwiches
1 1/2 cups cold milk
1 4serving size instant pudding
1 envelope Dream whip
Pour milk into bowl. Add pudding and dream whip, beat slowly till blended. Increase speed and beat til soft peaks formed. (At this point you could use this as a frosting for a layer cake, too.) Spread abbout 1/2 inch thick onto 24 square graham crackers. Top with another 24, pressing lightly and smoothing around the edges with a spatula. Freeze until firm, about 3 hours. (I think you could freeze these into pop moulds or small paper cups with a popsicle stick into each. )
Frozen Fudge Pops
1 Pkg, 4 serving size, Jell-o pudding and pie filling
1/4 cup of sugar
3 cups of milk.
combine ingredients in saucepan. cook and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a full rolling boil. Remove from heat and cool 5 minutes, stiffing twice. Pour into a shallow pan. Freeze unti ice crystals from around the edge, about 30 minutes. Beat until smooth, but not completely melted. Spoon into pop moulds. Freeze until firm, about 4 hours. Makes 7 pops.
These are both from The Pudding Idea Book.
Sounds good! I am going to try the one using instant pudding.
Is Dream whip still available? I have a number of recipes that call for it and can't find it in South California. I have been substituting Cool Whip (or store brand whipped topping and adjusting milk in recipes.
I just mix up instant pudding with milk and pour it into popsicle molds, then freeze. You can use any flavor of pudding: chocolate, vanilla, white chocolate, banana, pistachio, coconut creme, butterscotch, etc, for variety.
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To make pudding pops from a snack size pudding cup, make a small cut in the top and put the Popsicle stick in it, then freeze. Pull off the foil when ready to eat. You might have to pour warm water over the bottom of the cup to make it come out. These are so cool in more ways than one.
By Robin F. from TN