Quick and Easy Snacks – Pudding Pops {Banana Pudding and S’mores} #AddCoolWhip #Shop

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As a child of the 1980s, one of my favorite snacks was Jell-o Pudding Pops.  The chocolate pudding pops were my after school go-to for snacking in the warmer months, and when challenged by #CollectiveBias to come up with an #AddCoolWhip treat, I decided to whip up some Jell-o pudding pops of my own to have on hand for my kids as quick and easy snacks.  But you know me… plain chocolate just wouldn’t do.

Pudding Pops - MamaMommyMomThese pudding pops are so easy, it’s ridiculous!  And if you’re back to school routine is any where near as hectic as mine, you know why that’s so important.  I’ve got two delicious recipes for you, but first thing first, you need to gather your supplies.

Walmart Shopping TripYou can get everything you need (and any last minute back to school supplies) at your neighborhood Walmart.  Plus, while supplies last, you can grab a $1 off coupon you can use to save on your Jell-o Pudding Mix and Cool Whip.

Jell-o Pudding PopsYour basic supplies are: Popcicle molds, Jell-o Pudding Mix, Milk and Cool Whip.  You can go wild here with mix ins, only limited by your imagination, or you can choose one of my flavor combinations…

For S’mores Pudding Pops: Jell-o Chocolate Pudding Mix, Mini Marshmallows and crushed Graham Crackers

S'mores Pudding Pops at MamaMommyMom #Shop #AddCollWhip

For Banana Pudding Pudding Pops: Jell-o Banana Cream Pudding Mix, Sliced Banana and crushed Vanilla Cookies

Banana Pudding Pops at MamaMommyMom #Shop #AddCollWhipPrepare your pudding of choice based on package directions.  After the pudding has chilled and is typical pudding consistency, you can start filling your molds.  The molds are easiest to fill by using a plastic storage bag.  Just spoon the pudding and Cool Whip into the bag, alternating a spoon full of each, and snip the corner of the bag.  You can easily squeeze the pudding mix into the molds without making a mess.

Make Jello Pudding PopsAlternate layers of filling and add in ingredients in each mold until you’ve filled all six molds.  Insert your popcicle sticks and pop your tasty treats in the freezer.  In 4-5 hours, you’ll have some amazingly yummy treats, perfect for after-school (or anytime) snacking!

Delicious Pudding PopsAre you a child of the 80s?  Do you remember the original Jell-o Pudding Pops?  We’ve got several other flavor combos we want to try… next up is Cherry Cheesecake!  What flavor combo do you think you’d like to try?

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29 Responses to Quick and Easy Snacks – Pudding Pops {Banana Pudding and S’mores} #AddCoolWhip #Shop

  1. Kendra says:

    OMG I want to eat these right now! They are perfect for summer.

  2. kendall says:

    Yumm! These look so delicious! The banana pops need to be in my freezer now!

  3. Shana says:

    Oh! My boys will love these! I can’t wait to try it!

  4. Emily says:

    Let’s see…I think I’d make blueberry cheesecake. No wait, maybe chocolate peanut butter. Nooo, nooo, nooo. Chocolate pudding with toffee candy pieces. Yep, that’s it. I’m going to look for the molds, they look very easy to fill!

  5. Chelsee says:

    I seriously need to makes some of these! I think there are endless combinations that you could come up with to make. I use to make things using molds like that and love them! I will have to try this!

  6. They look amazing! Totally going to make!

  7. These look SO delicious! Love those molds too – going to grab some of those!

  8. Erica Brooks says:

    Looks delicious. I have some molds already and I’m sure my kids would love helping me make them.

  9. The banana pudding ones look so good! The possibilities are definitely endless when it comes to creating new flavors. I can’t wait to make some of these.

  10. We bought these a couple weeks ago. My daughter seen them and just had to have them. They are pretty good.

  11. Ange says:

    Wow, these look incredible!!

  12. CanNOT wait to make these with our girls! Thanks for sharing the recipe!! YUM!

  13. Diana Corlett says:

    The pics are making me ravenous! Easy to make…and eat. I can hardly wait to try these recipes.

  14. bianca roman says:

    my son would absolutely love these!! whenever my mom makes banana pudding, he refers to it as ‘special desert’ so this would be an even better ‘special dessert’ because it’s in popsicle form! and it doesn’t look that difficult to make!

  15. Okay, I’m not really a fan of banana, but those smores ones.. on my GOODNESS!! NEED to make!

  16. Amanda says:

    These looks really yummy!

  17. Lori says:

    Oh I love these!!! Thank you so much! #client

  18. Kate K says:

    Yum!! We made chocolate pudding pops this weekend and they were a big hit. We HAVE to try the S’mores version. It sounds delicious!

  19. Allison B says:

    Oh my goodness the banana pops look amazing! Forget the kids, I want to eat one of those when my kids get home from school.

  20. Whitney says:

    Those look amazing!! Oh how I miss pudding pops! I can’t believe I forgot about those!!

  21. Ash says:

    Hello! I found your page on All Things With A Purpose’s link party. This looks so yummy! I’ve never had a pudding pop before. Now I really want one!

  22. Zelda Behr says:

    These look so yummy! My mouth is watering.

  23. Brittany says:

    I love this! I have never seen these, and will definitely be getting for a cold summers treat!

  24. These look so delicious! And there’s so many things you could add to change them up. My kids are grown and live out of town so can’t make for the grandkids guess I’ll just have to try them out on myself. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  27. Katie Palmer says:

    I too, am a child of the early 80’s and loved these so much! It just doesn’t sound right pronouncing them Pudd-“ing”… It’s more fun saying Pudd-“in” like Bill Cosby did. Lol!
    Thanks for the other recipes; I can’t wait to try the banana one!

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