Have you ever made your own popsicles at home? These strawberry and pudding popsicles are really easy. Jump to the Strawberry Pudding Popsicles Recipe or read on to see our tips for making them.
My goodness summer has hit us hard this year! Lots of 100 degree days, the A/C is on the fritz and no time to jump into the pool. Nevertheless, we have made sure to take advantage of summer by devouring cool, sweet, refreshing popsicles.
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If you have popsicle molds, definitely use them. If you are like us and don’t have any, it’s okay just use plastic cups. These pops have layers of vanilla pudding and honey-sweetened strawberries.
I love them, but swapping the vanilla pudding for chocolate or butterscotch would be amazing. Another idea is to blend some banana into the vanilla pudding and make a strawberry banana popsicle.
Back in the day we were contributors for Betty Crocker. We shared this recipe with them. We loved it so much we had to share an adapted version with you.
Recipe updated, originally posted August 2011. Since posting this in 2011, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne
Strawberry Pudding Popsicles Recipe
If you have popsicle molds, definitely use them. If you are like us and don’t have any, it’s okay just use plastic cups.
You Will Need
2 cups vanilla pudding
1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries, thawed
3 tablespoons honey
10 (3-ounce) paper or plastic cups
10 popsicle sticks
Add strawberries and honey to a blender. Blend until mostly pureed.
Line up cups in a rectangular pan; add 2 spoonfuls of vanilla pudding into cups. Pour strawberry mixture on top then add 2 more spoonfuls of vanilla pudding.
Cover tops of each cup with foil; insert stick through foil and down into each pop. Freeze 2 hours or until firm. Remove from cups when serving.