8 Reviews

I've made several flavors of these so far, and they were all good. My kids' favorites are banana cream and chocolate. They turned out creamier when I used half-and-half instead of milk, but if you're concerned about the fat content, skim milk works all right. I would note that the packages of pudding mix that I used were 3.4 oz. rather than 1 oz. as the recipe says, and I used 2 cups of milk or half-and-half.

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MamaDuck3 July 08, 2010

Made these for my DH. Used Orange Creme pudding. He loved them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Connie Lea December 10, 2009

Super easy way to use pantry staples and make a nice treat for the kids and I. I used pre-made molds but did overfill them and have some problems getting them out. But really good flavor.

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ladypit July 26, 2009

These worked out great for us! My girls enjoyed these just as much as the fudge pops from the supermarket! Thanks for posting this yummy warm weather treat!

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BamaBelle30 April 26, 2007

Very good I made this with 1 and 1/2 cup milk and added bananas to the pudding, as well as peanuts. Very tasty!

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Phoenix 0880 April 03, 2007

Yum yum yum! A very delicious summer treat. I loved these and they were so refreshing and guilt free!! I made mine with banana cream sugar free fat free pudding.

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MessyJessy March 24, 2007

DH went nuts over these! He loves any kind of Ice cream treats and these were a hit. Plus I used lowfat pudding and lowfat milk and he was none the wiser. Also very economical! A healthy treat for kid and adults! Thanks for sharing!

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Little Bee December 03, 2006

Delicious! I remember when Jell-O used to sell pudding pops in the store... I haven't been able to find them in years, so I was excited to see this recipe! My popcicle molds are MIA, so I used little plastic Dixie cups and popcicle sticks. They were the perfect size for my little kids. I did use the Oreo pudding, and it took about an hour longer to get frozen then the recipe called for but I think that is because the consistency of the Oreo pudding is a little different than normal pudding. This is a wonderful summertime treat that I will make again and again! Thanks so much for posting the recipe :)

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Dine & Dish June 08, 2005
Frozen Pudding Pops