i should be mopping the floor: Coffee House Pudding Pops

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Coffee House Pudding Pops

Homemade Pudding Pops are simple to make and taste fantastic. This recipe takes an easy pudding pop recipe and puts a coffee-house spin on it with flavored creamer.

Coffee House Pudding Pops: A Fun Twist on the Popsicle. Only three ingredients. You can easily use paper cups if you don't have the molds.

Coffee House Pudding Pops: A Fun Twist on the Popsicle. Only three ingredients. You can easily use paper cups if you don't have the molds.
I just use the small box of instant pudding for my pops...they are the perfect amount for the molds I have. You could easily use a larger box if you're using paper cups for your molds. My directions on my pudding box call for two cups of milk...I replaced 1/2 cup with the Salted Caramel Mocha flavored creamer. You can adjust this to your own taste, but replacing about 1/4 of the milk is a good ratio. I didn't use full-fat milk since the creamer is so heavy on its own. I could have probably even scaled back to 1% and not noticed a difference.

I also think it would be fun to mix up your creamer/pudding flavors...I bought a box of vanilla pudding and may try it with my Caramel Macchiato creamer.  


Coffee House Pudding Pops: A Fun Twist on the Popsicle. Only three ingredients. You can easily use paper cups if you don't have the molds.
Mix your pudding according to the package {except using the creamer like explained above}. I like to mix it just until the ingredients are incorporated, but the pudding is still liquid-ish. If it starts to set too much, it will be difficult to pour into your molds. I also don't fill all the way to the top...I save room for the pudding to expand as it freezes.

I pop my molds into the freezer overnight. When we're ready to eat, I simply run the molds under warm water for a few seconds to loosen the pop from the mold. I kind of wish the molds came with an eject button of sorts...they can be a bit annoying to remove from their containers.  


Coffee House Pudding Pops: A Fun Twist on the Popsicle. Only three ingredients. You can easily use paper cups if you don't have the molds.
Summery goodness. 
The coffee flavor isn't overpowering in these, so my kids still really enjoy them.

Coffee House Pudding Pops: A Fun Twist on the Popsicle. Only three ingredients. You can easily use paper cups if you don't have the molds.

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4 comments:

  1. Coffee in a frozen pop? Yes, please!! xo

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  2. Oh this is a must! Great idea and so simple. Do you think they would turn out just as good with sugar-free pudding?

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  3. Oh my........ these look yummy! If it ever warms up here, these would be great to make! I will be pinning this for when it does get hot. LOL Thanks for sharing!

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