Homemade Pudding Pops in Paper Cups



Homemade Pudding Pops in Paper Cups

My kids are going through the frozen treats like crazy now that the weather is warm – so I thought I’d make some Homemade Pudding Pops with them!  WhenFlavor-Ices and smoothies start to lose their appeal, try these easy, cheap, and delicious pudding pops using paper cups and a spoon.

You only need 5 things for this recipe – and it’s pretty inexpensive to make!  You can also use lowfat milk for a healthier version.



  1. Mix your pudding mix and milk according to the package directions.
  2. Stir in 1/2 cup whipped topping.
  3. Pour into small paper cups (like the kind you keep on the bathroom sink) or popscicle molds.
  4. Prop a plastic spoon or popsicle stick in the middle and place in the freezer.

After freezing solid, you can make a small cut in the edge of the cup with scissors, and then just peel off the paper cup leaving a pudding pop.  Easy and delicious!

Homemade Pudding Pops
  • 1 Box Pudding Mix
  • 2 Cups Milk
  • ½ Cup Cool Whip (or generic whipped topping)
  • Paper cups (or save and reuse your yogurt cups!)
  • Plastic Spoons or Popsicle Sticks
  1. Mix your pudding mix and milk according to the package directions.
  2. Stir in your whipped topping.
  3. Pour into your paper cups or popscicle molds.
Paper cups will be easier to tear off once frozen, I've had issues with my pudding pops not coming out of the popscicle molds in one piece before. That was a cold mess.

I made chocolate pudding pops first, and then my kids requested vanilla for the next batch.  These were great – and we made them even more fun by adding a plop of Smuckers Fudge Ice Cream topping in the center for a yummy suprise!  We stirred it in just a bit so it was a swirl  – like Fudge Ripple :)


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