My kids love the delicious richness of frozen pudding pop fudgesicles, but personally, I hate the price! Here is my favorite homemade fudgesicle recipe, so easy, even the kids can make them . . .
Frozen Pudding Pop Fudgesicles
- 1 small box (3oz) instant chocolate pudding
- 2 cups of milk
- 1 small can (5oz) evaporated milk
- 1/4 cup sugar
Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl, mix on med/high for 2-4 minutes, or until well blended. Pour into molds and freeze. If using Dixie Cups, When partially frozen, insert Popsicle stick into the center of each.
Makes 10-12 depending on the size of your pudding pop mold.
Homemade Pudding Pops
- 1 small box (3.4 oz) instant Pudding (see flavor list below for ideas)
- 2 cups of cold milk (Use Whole milk, not lowfat or 2%)
Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl, mix on med/high for 2-4 minutes, or until well blended. Pour into molds and freeze. If using Dixie Cups, When partially frozen, insert Popsicle stick into center of each.
Flavors we’ve tried and enjoyed:
- Almond Joy– Use Chocolate Pudding Mix, add 1/4 c. shredded coconut and 3 Tbs Finely Chopped Almonds
- Banana Cream – Use Banana Pudding Mix, add 1/2 chopped banana if desired & 2 broken up Nilla Wafers per pop
- Butterscotch Pudding Pops– use Butterscotch pudding mix, add 1/4 cup butterscotch morsels
- Cheesecake -Use Cheesecake Pudding Mix, add 1/4 cup Chopped (fresh) Strawberries (or sweet cherries) to the mix
- Chocolate Banana Cream– to create double flavors, make 2 different flavors and gently layer them by pouring very very slowly into the molds!
- Chocolate covered Cherry – simply add 1/4 c. chopped fresh cherries to the above recipe
- Coconut Cream– use coconut cream instant pudding or vanilla pudding mix and add 1/3 c. shredded sweetened coconut
- Cookies and Cream – use vanilla pudding, add 1/4 c. crushed oreo cookies or alternatively, you can use Oreo Pudding mix from Jell-O
- Pistachio – use pistachio pudding mix and add 2 Tbs finely Chopped Pistachio Nuts
- Pumpkin Spice Pudding Pops– use pumpkin spice pudding mix (this one is really good swirled with Chocolate)
- Strawberry Cream- use strawberry creme pudding mix & add 1 cup chopped fresh strawberries
- Vanilla & Chocolate Swirl –carefully layer vanilla and chocolate pudding, then using a butter knife or popsicle stick insert it into the center and make a brief “swirl” motion
Keto Chocolate Pudding Pops
1 cup Coconut Milk or Almond Milk
1 tsp. Plain Gelatin
6 oz. Cream Cheese
2 tbsp. Cocoa Powder
1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
20 drops Truly Zero Liquid Stevia
1 tbsp. Truly Zero powdered Erythritol
Heat the milk in a small saucepan, add the gelatin and stir until dissolved. Transfer to a bowl and add the remaining ingredients, blend well until completely smooth and immediately transfer to popsicle molds. Freeze until solid. These contain 2.5g of carbs per pop
27 thoughts on “Frozen Pudding Pop Fudgesicles”
yummmmm i can’t wait to try these!:23_30_109::23_30_109::23_30_109:
I am for sure go:weight:ing to try for the kids… I wonder if sugar free pudding would work also…
I used the mix with no sugar. Almost threw out the recipe because they were SO good! I ate several fudgsicles and finally stopped! I plan to make a fudgsicles mold. Bundt Pan lined with plastic wrap as the mold. Layer fudgsicle pudding pops, Cool Whip, vanilla pudding, Cool Whip, and repeat three times. Bottom layer of a swirled mixture of defrosted fudgsicles, Cool Whip and vanilla pudding, maybe add in chopped nuts, mini M&Ms or your favorite crunchy snack. Wrap tightly and freeze.
your popsickle molds look sturdy and easy to use. what brand do you use?
Those are actually $1.50 walmart clearance rack pop molds.
my boys would love these. hopefully i can find some popsicle molds at walmart.
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!
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.
oooooohhhhhhh how my grand drunken midgets are going to love these!!!!!!!! :celebrate1:
we just made these but would like to know how long to freeze? they have been in freezer for 7 hours and can’t get them out the sticks just slide right out of molds. Thanks.
Freeze them overnight, then run warm water over them to release them from the molds.
i can’t wait to try these! thanks so much!:lets-eat:
these look so good,thanks for sharing the idea.
i have to try these. ummm
Ohhhhhhh I have GOT to try these!!!
wow im gonna make today:springsmile:
on the evaporated milk, are you talking about the 12 oz can? On the Pudding are you talking about a 3 oz box?
Has anyone tried a sugar-free version of these?
Yes and they are delicious.
I needed a way to solve my sweet tooth on a budget, this sounds like a winner! :party1:
12 oz can of evaporated milk???
No, small can is 5 ounces.
I love the pops. I put the mix in a baggie snip off a corner to fill the mold. No mess that way.
Do you know if you could use almond milk instead of real milk?
Some molds don’t release easily. I try them first and if sticking occurs, I’ve put a layer of plastic wrap on the popsicle molds. Fill the chamber, making sure the pudding mixture goes to the bottom. Freeze overnight, then snip around the plastic wrap. Pull the wrap up and out, peel off and enjoy! Very little mess to clean. You can snip the wrap at the top of the pop, push down to use as a spill catcher. Also keeps hands clean from drips.
I bought jumbo straws and filled them with various flavors of pudding. I used a baggie with corner snipped off. Fill and place in a paper cup or plastic cup. A small piece of plastic wrap covers the ends. Freeze and serve to kids for a no mess treat. You can layer flavors, add in jimmies or dragees, use Cool Whip with jimmies between flavors. The jumbo straws are about 25/$2 or eight cents each. Wash and reuse or toss. A bag a week in the summer is just twenty dollars for straws if you throw them away. Remember to fold the end up before eating. I find it easier to place in dollar store plastic baggies, snack size, and twist it up. No mess, clean hands, easy disposal and if need be, rinse the baggies and reuse.
There is a cheesecake pudding mix that it available and if you pair this with swirls of homemade berry compote. Just cook down 1 cup of any kind of berry or fruit with a tablespoon or two of sugar and a sprinkle of spice if needed. I used a touch of cinnamon in apples or blueberries, I use a drop or two of almond extract in cherries, etc.
Cook the mixture over low heat until it’s fairly thick. Cool and then layer with the cheesecake pudding pop flavor. I love cherry cheesecake popsicles, they’re my favorite. My grand-daughter prefers strawberry cheesecake popsicles.
Have you tried adding drizzles of chocolate syrup to the pops? Do they freeze the same way or should I stir them in a bit?