Monday, June 27, 2011

Homemade Pudding Pops!

My mom gave me Popsicle molds that she used when I was a wee one. I'm sure they aren't BPA free, but I've been using them anyhow. If you do not have Popsicle molds, an alternative is Dixie Cups and wooden Popsicle sticks (found at any craft store). Pour in the molds, freeze most of the way and insert sticks before they are all the way frozen. Leave room for expansion.

Homemade Pudding Pops! 

Here's the recipe I found:

1 box of pudding (any flavor)
2 cups of skim milk

Here's the recipe I created:

1 box of pudding (any flavor, I used vanilla)
1 cup of skim milk
1 cup of soft tofu

Guess what? My boy's along with their two cousins did not complain about the tofu! They hate dislike tofu in cooked Asian dishes. I love that they are getting extra protein for their snack!

Here's another recipe I created:

1 box of pudding (Use any flavor. I used chocolate.)
1 1/2 cups of skim milk
1/2 cup mushed banana (You can microwave your banana's to make them ripe.)

They liked this version too. I imagine you can use any fruit.

I made extra juice this morning when we used our juicer. I poured it in the molds too! ;)


  1. That sounds yummy! I haven't had a pudding pop in eons. I'm more of a Skinny Cow girl nowadays! :-)

  2. Sounds REALLY good! I will have to find some goods molds. I bought some a couple years ago but they were total junk and the popsicle slid right off the stick. So I've been nervous about trying again. A chocolate pudding pop would be very nice to have right now!