Prep 15 mins
Cook 2 mins
Adapted from "The Once a Week Cooking Plan" by J. Hilton. You can make these with purchased popsicle molds or 8oz plastic cups and wooden sticks inserted into them. Cook time is freezing time
- 473.18 ml fresh strawberries (or frozen)
- 59.14 ml sugar
- 118.29 ml water
- 96.38 g package instant vanilla pudding (or cheesecake, or white chocolate)
- 414.03 ml milk
- Puree strawberries with sugar and water.
- Prepare pudding, using 1 3/4 cups of cold milk, and beat until mixture begins to get thick.
- Fold in berry mixture.
- Pour into molds or cups and freeze.
These were awesome!! Very easy to make and so creamy and tasty!! Will definately be making them again!!
Im really enjoying these for my afternoon snack :) I felt these were a bit icy as well, and would have liked them to be a bit creamier too, so I think I will adjust ingredients to allow for a creamier texture next time as well. I used banana pudding mix and fresh strawberries. This is a great recipe, and Im sure kids would really enjoy it! I made this in plastic cups, but found they didnt slip out... I think because of the the two ridges in the middle of the cup... so I had to eat these with a spoon out of the cup... but I still like them!
My family really liked the strawberry flavor in these pops. The amount of sugar is just right. The recipe is very quick, easy, and accurate. I had a little trouble getting them out of the plastic molds (without melting them by soaking in hot water), so I will use the 8 oz plastic cups next time. The texture had a bit of ice crystal, and I had expected a creamier texture - I think next time I'll cut down the amount of water to 1/4 cup. Overall a very good recipe. Thanks for sharing Pamela.