If you have fresh raspberries, vanilla pudding mix, and 5 minutes you can have these Homemade Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Pops! Refreshing and delicious, make some of these Homemade Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Pops today. While this post is sponsored, the recipe and all opinions are my own.
Homemade Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Pops
Confession, I have never made my own popsicles. But with summer here and my kids constantly asking for cold, sweet treats for them and their friends, I decided to stop spending a fortune on sugar water and start adding in some fresh fruit. Making your own popsicles is actually very easy, I have no idea why I haven’t done this before! If you have about 5 minutes, you are on your way to a yummy sweet treat.
Now, there are plenty of ways to make your own popsicles, but I went with pudding pops for our first set because I wanted them a bit creamy. We had beautiful Driscoll raspberries in the refrigerator and Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Pops sounded like a summer dream treat.
And they are.
I used a box of instant pudding and fat free milk, all you have to do is whisk it together for about 2 minutes.
Place the beautiful berries in to your popsicle mold and fill at least half way (or little paper cups if you are using those) then pour in the pudding. You may have to tap it down a little to make sure the air pockets are all filled. Put the sticks in and freeze for at least 6 hours.
Enjoy the sweet taste of summer!
I did make mine two ways – I did a few with whole berries and I did a few with blended berries. I just tossed a handful of raspberries and a teaspoon or so of light agave nectar in my Ninja and then poured the raspberry puree right into the pudding.
Now, here is my Homemade Raspberry Pudding Pops Recipe. Be sure to Print It and Pin It so that you can make it again and again.
- 1 container of fresh raspberries - 6 oz.
- 2 cups fat free milk
- 1 3.4 oz package of vanilla instant pudding (the small box)
- Whisk the milk and pudding mix in a medium bowl for 2 minutes - it will start to thicken some
- Fill the popsicle molds at least half way with fresh raspberries
- Pour the pudding into the molds
- Tap the mold to get out any air pockets if necessary
- Freeze for 6 hours or more
I hope you enjoy these Homemade Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Pops as much as we do!
Have you ever made your own popsicles? What is your favorite kind of popsicle to make?
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