Sugar Free Pudding "ice cream"

Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr

When you're counting your calories, this is a good substitute for real icecream, it's sugar free as well. I don't make it too often because of all the additives in the pudding mix, but its good to have around for a sweet tooth. I use different flavor combos, but my favorite is chocolate fudge pudding with cherry jello.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix pudding mix with milk.
  2. pour into ice cube tray and freeze.
  3. add ice cubes to blender and puree, adding extra milk for texture.
  4. add some dry jello to make flavor variations (a little goes a very long way).
  5. Return to freezer for a firmer texture.
Most Helpful

This works supremely well. You can also pour the pudding into your ice cream freezer, if you have one.

DrGaellon November 21, 2008

This was super good!!! I'm not a fan of most "sugar free" stuff but this was a total treat for me! I used just plain chocolate sf pudding mix... didn't add the jello and was very happy with the results. This is a great substitute for ice-cream even with the regular (full-sugar) jello mix because of the low low fat! Thanks for the great idea!

Che~Sara` February 26, 2007

WOW! I made this using cheesecake flavored pudding, 1 1/2 cups skim milk, and a pinch of strawberry Jell-O. Because of the low-cal, low-carb count, 1 serving is FREE in my daily count. The combination possibilities are endless. I won't stop til I try them all! Made for Alphabet Soup Game. Thanks for posting this winner!

ElaineAnn November 28, 2006