Showing posts with label popsicles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label popsicles. Show all posts

Friday, July 28, 2017

Cookies and Cream Frozen Pudding Pops / #15 Minute Friday

It has been really hot here in North Carolina this summer! Luckily, we have made plenty of these Cookies and Cream Frozen Pudding Pops as a way to keep cool! These are definitely the most frozen #15MinuteFriday recipe I have made. (I don't count the freezer time!) They are so yummy and easy, and I see a few other frozen recipes coming our way as the summer heat doesn't seem to want to end! Have fun with these!


Cookies and Cream Frozen Pudding Pops
(makes 5 pops)
(printable recipe at end of page)
4.2 ounce Cookies and Cream Pudding Mix 
2 cups Cold Milk
4-5 Oreos
Popsicle Mold 



Mix the pudding mix according to the package directions.
Pour the pudding mix into the popsicle molds. Put the lid/handle on top and place on a level spot in the freezer. Freeze for several hours or overnight.
Once the pops are completely frozen, scrape the cream out of the cookies and place to the side. Place the cookies in a plastic bag that will close securely. Go over the bag with a rolling pin, crushing the cookies in to small crumbs. 
Remove the cookies from the sleeves, one at a time. Roll the frozen pops on top of the crushed cookies. They should attach to the pops. If they don't, sprinkle the pops very lightly with some water before rolling them in the crumbs. Place the pops back in the sleeve and put back in the freezer until you wish to eat them. They won't fit completely back in, but they will be fine. Enjoy!
Thank you for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed this #15MinuteFriday recipe! 


Cookies and Cream Frozen Pudding Pops

INGREDIENTS:


  • 4.2 ounce Cookies and Cream Pudding Mix
  • 2 cups Cold Milk
  • 4-5 Oreos
  • Popsicle Mold

INSTRUCTIONS:


  1. Mix the pudding mix according to the package directions.
  2. Pour the pudding mix into the popsicle molds. Put the lid/handle on top and place on a level spot in the freezer. Freeze for several hours or overnight.
  3. Once the pops are completely frozen, scrape the cream out of the cookies and place to the side. Place the cookies in a plastic bag that will close securely. Go over the bag with a rolling pin, crushing the cookies in to small crumbs.
  4. Remove the cookies from the sleeves, one at a time. Roll the frozen pops on top of the crushed cookies. They should attach to the pops. If they don't, sprinkle the pops very lightly with some water before rolling them in the crumbs. Place the pops back in the sleeve and put back in the freezer until you wish to eat them. They won't fit completely back in, but they will be fine.
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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Fruity Fruit Popsicles/#FoodieExtravaganza

I love a refreshing popsicle when it is hot and humid outside, don't you? Well, it has been hot and humid, and popsicles have become our daily treat! These Fruity Fruit Popsicles are loaded with flavor from fresh blueberries and cherries that are frozen in White Cranberry Juice, and they are quick to make!  You will love them!
Blueberry and Cherry Popsicles

Thursday, June 25, 2015

4th of July "I LOVE THE USA" Popsicles!

I heard a rumor today that by Saturday the heat might start subsiding a little, here in the south! Well, I hope it's true, but to be on the safe side, I am filling my freezer with these 4th of July "I LOVE THE USA" Popsicles.  'Ya know, "just in case"!! Besides, what would the 4th be without the cool refreshment of popsicles! I can't imagine one without the other!! These pops are made with red and blue jello, and vanilla yogurt. They are easy to make, but not quick. Freezing them seemed to take forever, and had me yearning for one of those blast chillers they use on Chopped! But they are worth the wait!

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4th of July "I LOVE THE USA" Popsicles

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Strawberry Mango Popsicles

 This Strawberry Mango Homemade Popsicle is the perfect way to get some relief from the sometimes sweltering heat of summer. And they are so easy to make!  Bursting with strawberry goodness, with just a hint of mango, the hardest part is waiting for them to freeze!!
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Strawberry Mango Popsicles