Homemade Jello Pudding Pops

Introduction: Homemade Jello Pudding Pops

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In this instructable, I will show you how to make Jello Pudding Pops. Jello pudding pops bring back fond memories as a kid, they are super tasty and easy to make, and they taste just like the real thing. Let's get started!

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Follow the easy steps below or watch the short video tutorial or do both!

Step 1: Ingredients/Tools

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Ingredients:

Tools:

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Step 2: Make the Mix

First we will add our pudding mix to our milk and use a whisk to combine them. Then we will add our softened room temp cool whip to the pudding and make sure to whisk it all together well.

Step 3: Fill, Tap, Freeze

Now using a spoon scoop the pudding mix into your molds. If the molds have a narrow mouth, you will probably need to tap the mold on the counter to allow the pudding mix to get to the bottom. Using a wide mouth dixie cup or something as a mold works well too. This recipe will make about 8 pudding pops depending on the size of your molds. Once filled up put the lids on and then freeze for at least 4 hours.

Step 4: Release From Mold

Once our pudding pops have frozen we run warm water over the mold to help release the pudding pop. Then enjoy!!

Step 5: Video Tutorial

Now watch the steps in action by checking out the short video tutorial!

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4 Comments

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splitthebanana
splitthebanana

6 weeks ago

Mmm these sound good! I'm surprised no ones commented on these yet! But I do have a question. What do I use as the sticks if I use a dixie cup?

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splitthebanana
splitthebanana

Reply 6 weeks ago

Ok thanks