Rainbow fun: Rainbow Pudding Pops Recipe

we love popsicles around here, especially pudding pops! so we made some delicious rainbow banana pudding pops yesterday which are super simple to make….and they come out so pretty you just have to smile! the best thing about using pudding for the rainbow is that you don’t have to wait for each colored layer to set before adding the next color. since the pudding is thick, you can just layer them all at once. these are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day or any day for that matter.

how to make pudding pops

2 – large boxes (5.1 oz) instant pudding mix (light colored)
food coloring
Dixie Cups (5 oz.)
popsicle sticks

• prepare pudding according to the directions. (you may need to add a little more milk to make the pudding pourable.)
• let pudding stand until it has thickened a bit.
• divide into 5 parts and color each part with food coloring.
• layer each color of pudding into small dixie cups.
• cover with tin foil. insert popsicle sticks.
• chill in refrigerator 2 hours, then place in freezer to completely freeze.
• to eat, peal off dixie cup paper and enjoy your pudding pop!
• makes 10 – 12 popsicles

happy eating!
jill, jack, kyle & baby

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  1. Saw you on funkypolkadotgiraffe link party and thought this was such a cute idea. I’ll have to wait a bit for it to warm up but I’m trying this out for sure. Thanks!

  2. OH MY WORD! This is great! I love it! I will be making these this summer.

    GO check out my little giveway I am ‘hosting’ on the Funky Polka dot Giraffe! Its the Hannah Handamde one!

  3. Oh these are just too fun!! I’d love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight at http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight

  4. That turned out so pretty!!! I love it!

    I’d love to have you link up to my For the Kids Friday Link Party! Stop on by!


  5. I featured your darling rainbow loveliness in my roundup!


  6. I am featuring your SUPER CUTE pudding pops on my Fabulous Finds Friday!


  7. Posting about these at dollar store mom this weekend: http://dollarstoremom.com/2011/04/make-rainbow-pudding-popsicles/ (this link will work when the post goes live on Sun)

  8. awww this is so cute! 😀

  9. We tried these out today and they were delish! Ours did not look at good as yours, but my son loved every single bite.

    Thanks for sharing this idea!

  10. Love the way they look! I’m doing a popsicle linky. I’d love for you to link up!


    Jo @ SmileMonsters

  11. These are amazing!!! I included them in a Popsicle Feature on my blog. You can check it out at http://sittingatourkitchentable.blogspot.com/2011/06/me-likey-monday_27.html


  12. These are adorable! We made these today (it’s SUPER hot and humid out in Toronto today) and are waiting them to freeze fully. Can’t wait to taste them (maybe more than my boys?)

  13. So cute! Coulda used these at my daugthers rainbow party! 🙂

  14. These are being featured at Happy Home Fairy tomorrow! What an AWESOME recipe!!! And your pictures are just perfect!

  15. Anonymous says:

    What a cool idea!

  16. this is sooooo going on our summer fun list! thanks for sharing – your pics are gorgeous!

  17. Wow, this looks amazing! Nice colors, I Like 🙂 Anna

  18. Anonymous says:

    I’m from the uk and not sure what instant pudding mix is please could someone enlighten me!?

  19. name* says:

    well, if you do it like me you can use drinking cups out of plastic or better-silicone. To get the Popsicles out, just put them under hot water for a few seconds and oull out or let them stand fr a short time. its better than throwing away those cups all the time and buying new ones because you can use silicon molds or plastic drinking cups for forever..

  20. Sandra Caballero says:

    Perfect for my second baby since her birthday is on August ( summer ) !

  21. Marie Morales says:

    Wow these look amazing!


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