How to Make Frozen Pudding Sandwiches




Introduction: How to Make Frozen Pudding Sandwiches

Do you like pudding?
Do you like ice cream sandwiches?

If so...
This is the right dessert for you!

A simpler version of the ice cream sandwich that is easy to make and great for when you crave something sweet.

Step 1: Supplies

To make this delicious Frozen Pudding Sandwich you will need the following items:

Jell-O Instant Pudding Mix (in the flavor of your choice, feel free to experiment. I prefer to use Jell-O instant Chocolate Pudding & Pie Filling for my sandwich, if you get too creative on the flavors it could backfire)

Milk (amount depends on the size of your mix, Mine was the 6.5 servings mix so it needed 3 cups of milk, others vary just follow the directions on your pudding box if it's different)

Graham Crackers (I used Honey Maid Graham Crackers with Honey flavor..once again it depends on what you like)

Plastic Wrap

Step 2: Make the Pudding

To start off you need to make the pudding. Depending on what pudding mix you get directions may vary so make sure to follow the directions on your pudding mix.

This was the directions for my pudding: others may vary

1) In a medium sized bowl combine the pudding mix and 3 cups of cold milk.
2) Whisk (I didn't have a whisk so I used a fork) the mixture for 2 minutes.(It will look a little runny which is fine because it has yet to set)
3) Put the bowl of pudding in the refrigerator and wait 5 minutes for the pudding to be soft-set.

Step 3: Make the Sandwiches

After your pudding has set, remove it from the refrigerator

Take your plastic wrap and cut a medium sized piece to put wrap the sandwich in (it has to be big enough to wrap around your sandwich)

Grab a Graham Cracker and break it in half (along the indented lines), put them on the plastic wrap

Using a spoon or fork (or anything that works) spoon a generous amount of pudding on to ONE of the graham crackers and smooth out along the cracker. (it's okay if it comes out of the sides, once frozen it will be intact)

Place the cracker back on the plastic wrap. Now grab the other graham cracker and put it on top of the pudding covered one. (creating a pudding sandwich)

Step 4: Wrapping the Sandwiches

Now that you have your Pudding Sandwich it is time to wrap it.

Grab the left side of the plastic wrap and bring it over the sandwich.
Press down lightly so the plastic wrap you just brought over attaches to the other half of plastic wrap

Now grab the right side of the plastic wrap and bring it over to the left side. (if the wrap is longer than the sandwich just tuck it around the other side)
Press down lightly to make the wrap attach.

Now that the sides are done you are going to want to tuck in the top and bottom of the plastic wrap

Bring up the bottom plastic wrap so that it is tightly pressed against the sandwich
Press down lighting to attach it.

Now you want to do the same with the top part but instead bring it down and attach it by pressing lightly down on the plastic wrap.

You should now have your sandwich completely covered in plastic wrap to prevent the pudding from spilling out.

Step 5: Freezing the Pudding Sandwiches

This step is easy!

Just put your wrapped sandwiches in the freezer!

Wait about 2-3 hours for the pudding to freeze

Step 6: Time to EAT!!!

When you're ready to eat them/serve take them out of the freezer, unwrap the plastic wrap and enjoy!

*Frozen Pudding Sandwiches make a great snack during those hot afternoons*

(if you make any other flavors other than chocolate feel free to upload a picture and let me know how they taste!)

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    10 years ago on Step 6

    A similar recipe I got at a Weight Watcher's meeting called for using 1.4 oz. 
    sugar-free pudding, 1 1/2 cups skim milk and a half cup of crunchy peanut butter.  Line a square pan with graham crackers.  When the mixture is soft set, place it on the graham crackers in the pan.  Cover with a top layer of graham crackers, pressing down lightly.  Cover with plastic wrap and freeze at least 3 hrs.  Cut into 9 squares, let stand for a few minutes to soften.  Enjoy.  The p.b. adds a nice flavor to the chocolate pudding.  Only issue I ever had was that they freeze very hard and it can be tough to cut if you only want to eat one.  Freezing individually is probably the better way to go. 


    Reply 10 years ago on Step 6

    Oh wow, that sounds good too!

    I will have to try it out :)