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We’ve pretty much established our deep love of Popsicles since childhood, especially ones we can make at home. But this pudding pop recipe from our contributor Raquel of Horses & Heels is one of our new favorites! A tasty treat for kids (and grownups), this recipe tells you how to add a fun twist to a delicious classic. We can already taste the gummy bears! Here’s what Raquel has to say:

“There are over 100 ways to make a Popsicle and some ways are just better than others. Pudding is delicious on its own –but there is something about frozen pudding that tastes way better than chilled pudding. Add in some surprise candy treats and you have a hit snack for the kids or anyone in your family.”




–1/2 3.4 ounce package French Vanilla instant pudding and pie filling

–1 cup milk

–1/2 3.4 ounce package chocolate instant pudding and pie filling

–1 cup milk

–Gummy candy, chocolates or any other “surprises”



1. Simply prepare the French vanilla and chocolate puddings in two separate bowls, each with a cup of milk.

2. Whisk pudding and allow them to set, then spoon the mixture into molds. You may alternate chocolate and vanilla and drop in candy in between layers. Gummy candy in frozen pudding is unbelievably good! (The amount of Popsicles is going to depend on your molds. Using Kidco frozen molds yielded exactly 8 pudding pops.)


3. Place molds in the freezer for at least three hours before trying to serve them. A little warm water on the outside of the mold will help you pop them right out!


Serve these over ice at your next party or sleepover with candy for a sweet treat you won’t regret!

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