Pudding Pops

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Delicious and creamy red, white and blue vanilla pudding pops made with only 3 ingredients. Life-in-the-Lofthouse.com    I loved pudding pops as a kid. 🙂 I remember my Mom making them, and also buying them from the store. Either way, they’re so good! On a whim last weekend, I decided to make some for my kids, with a fun Patriotic feel. Of course, they ooed and awed as I mixed the red, white and blue colors. They licked the spoons and bowls clean! 

   These pudding pops are super easy to make (only 3 ingredients) and you can make any flavor you wish. JELL-O has so many awesome flavors out there right now; Oreo, cheesecake, and coconut cream to name a few. For these red, white and blue pops, I made them with white chocolate pudding. The kids loved them!

Pudding Pops
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Ingredients
  1. 2 (3.3 ounce) boxes JELL-O White Chocolate pudding mix
  2. 3 cups milk
  3. food coloring (red, blue)
  4. 7 (3 ounce) paper cups
  5. 7 popsicle sticks
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, whisk together the pudding mix and milk until combined. Separate pudding evenly into 3 separate bowls.
  2. Color one bowl of pudding with the red food coloring. Mix well.
  3. Color the second bowl of pudding with blue coloring. Mix well.
  4. Leave the third bowl white.
  5. Fill each paper cup with 2 Tablespoons of red pudding. Then top red pudding with 2 Tablespoons of white pudding. Top white pudding with 2 Tablespoons of blue pudding. Insert sticks into the center of each pudding cup. Place in the freezer for 8 hours or overnight.
  6. Remove from freezer and carefully peel off paper cup. Serve!
Notes
  1. Yields: 7 pudding pops
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Delicious and creamy red, white and blue vanilla pudding pops made with only 3 ingredients. Life-in-the-Lofthouse.com

 

Delicious and creamy red, white and blue vanilla pudding pops made with only 3 ingredients. Life-in-the-Lofthouse.com


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