This recipe for DIY Marshmallow Pudding Pops is perfect for the spring and summer. Since it’s made with pudding, it doesn’t melt as fast as regular ice cream. That’s really important here where I live (in Texas) since it’s super duper hot all the time and I can never finish my ice cream before it melts, haha. I also added these mini marshmallows to give it a light, fruity, and refreshing taste! It’s also very squishy! And squishy is fun!
You will need:
- popsicle molds
- vanilla pudding mix
- mixing bowl
- mini fruit flavored marshmallows
Make your pudding according to the directions on the brand you buy. For the one I used, I added the pudding mix and 2 cups of milk to my bowl. I whisked it for 2 minutes.
Pour the marshmallows in and mix it up. You can add as little or as much as you like! I think I did about a half of a cup.
Carefully spoon the marshmallow pudding mix into the popsicle molds, leave a little bit of room at the top so you can push the popsicle sticks in. Freeze the pops for a few hours until it’s fully frozen.
That’s it! Run the popsicles under hot water for a minute or so to help pull the popsicles out. Try it out and tell me what you guys think in the comments!