Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 hr

These nifty little mini-popsicles are absolutely delicious and a perfect quick-fix for all us poor chocoholics. You can use any flavor of pudding mix that you want; butterscotch is absolutely wonderful.


  1. Beat the pudding mix into the water with a wire whisk until completely dissolved.
  2. Pour the mixture into an ice-cube try. Cover the ice-cube tray with plastic wrap and poke a toothpick into each cube.
  3. Freeze until fully hardened (about 1-2 hours).
Most Helpful

I didn't want to rate..and this is coming from an anorectic as well, but these almost made me gag. I'm not sure why...I usually make pudding with 1 cup water 1/2 cup skim milk and 1/4 almond milk (155 calories for whole recipe if using vanilla)..but without any milk, frozen or not, tastes disgusting to me. And I eat a lot of things most people think taste Thanks for the idea though...adding in some cool whip free and a little bit of milk makes it verrry scrumptious.

Mimosas for Mr & Mrs March 28, 2008

I make these all the time and they always satisfy. I just wanted to let you know I read your page and I can totally relate to you. Best wishes and God bless.

AllForHim April 20, 2007

I am trying to keep the kids in homemade ice pop type things this summer. It is cheaper when I make my own, and I can control what they eat. When I find out that I can enjoy myself, all the better! (And it doesn't hurt that I have a glut of sugar free pudding mixes in my pantry either!) This is super easy to make. My 6 year old did all the work. As an adult I found the taste a bit watery. But my kids love them and I'm sure we'll make them again. Thanks so much for posting!

ladypit June 26, 2006