It’s National Oreo Day today! One of my favorite days of the year. I first made these Oreo Pudding Pops close to two years ago and they are still the most requested treat in my home. And when they aren’t requested and I can think ahead, they are on freeze for when someone needs a bit of good cheer.
Although when I have one, I’m always reminded that I created these for Cole when his world was upside down after losing his goldfish and coming home from school with a black eye.
Fast forward two years and he’s still just as sensitive and accident prone. I’m sure he will grow out of that soon. For now and hopefully, for a great deal longer, he’ll stay that joyful kid who tells me I’m his best friend.
Here’s to a childhood treat that never gets old. Enjoy!
Oreo Pudding Pops
By March 6, 2016Published:
- Yield: 16 Servings
- Prep: 10 mins
- Cook: 4 hrs 0 min
- Ready In: 4 hrs 10 mins
It's National Oreo Day today! One of my favorite days of the year. I first made these Oreo Pudding Pops close to two years ago and …
- 1 5.1 oz. Instant chocolate pudding
- 1 5.1 oz. Instant vanilla pudding
- 6 cups milk, divided use
- 1/4 cup Oreos, crushed (about 8 whole cookies)
- Mix the chocolate and vanilla pudding according to the package. Divide the crush Oreo into two parts and mix one part into the chocolate pudding and the other into the vanilla pudding.
- Transfer each pudding mixture into a pastry bag and fill popsicle molds according to preference. Insert popsicle stick and let freeze until solid, 3-4 hours.
- Notes: (1)This recipe can easily be halved. (2) Freeze time will vary according to settings and how full your freezer is.