Hey there, have you noticed that popsicles are still all the rage? I have, and I think it’s because they’re so darn convenient. I mean, who wants to scoop out some ice cream into a bowl when you can just grab a popsicle from the freezer and enjoy it on the go? Popsicles are all about convenience, and when you make them yourself, they’re also about amazing flavors that you can customize to your own taste buds.
And don’t get me wrong, popsicles aren’t just for kids. There are some incredible adult flavors out there that I’m sure even the little ones will love. Personally, I love experimenting with different flavor combinations, and I’m always on the lookout for new and exciting recipes to try.
One of my all-time favorite popsicle recipes is for two-ingredient vanilla strawberry popsicles. They’re rich, creamy, and absolutely delicious. And the best part? You only need two ingredients to make them! Here’s my recipe below.
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Strawberry Vanilla Pudding Pops
Makes: 8 Pops
Prep: 20 Minutes
In Active: 24 Hours
1 – 5.1 oz. Vanilla pudding
3 cups milk
1 cup frozen strawberries
Whisk together in a large bowl vanilla pudding mix and milk. Whisk for 2 minutes then let set for 5 minutes until it thickens. Once this it’s time to add to the popsicle mold.
Take a few frozen strawberries and add some to each popsicle mold. Fill with pudding mix and tap on the counter to make the pudding fall around the strawberries and also to make sure of no air bubbles. Place the sticks into the mold.
Freeze these overnight for the best results. I find the best way to remove the popsicles from the mold is to place into warm water for a few seconds to allow them to slip out.
There are lots of different shapes molds you can purchase. If you don’t have a popsicle mold use an icecube tray and use plastic or wood spoons to form the handle.
They may be small popsicle bites, but they will still taste amazing. It is also a great size for smaller children.