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    Default Article: Frozen Pudding Pop Fudgesicles

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    Yummmmm I can't wait to try these!

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    Your popsickle molds look sturdy and easy to use. What brand do you use?

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    Default Re: Frozen Pudding Pop Fudgesicles

    Quote Originally Posted by MabelMartha View Post
    Your popsickle molds look sturdy and easy to use. What brand do you use?
    Those are actually $1.50 walmart clearance rack pop molds.
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    My boys would love these. Hopefully I can find some popsicle molds at Walmart.

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    I made these in an ice cube tray with tooth picks and the leftover mix went in dixie cups. They taste exactly like fudgicles from the store. Awesome!

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    these are really good!!!! We made them all summer long. I found my holders at rite aid in the dollar section and got them @ 50%. I am using them now that the weather is getting cooler to freeze my basil.

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    Oooooohhhhhhh how my grand drunken midgets are going to love these!!!!!!!!

 

 
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