Friday, June 4, 2010

Rainbow Pudding Pops!

It is day four of our 6 Days of Summer Fun and I thought it was time for a yummy snack:)


6DaysofSummerFunwiththeSUPERMOMS


Today, I am sharing how to make

RAINBOW PUDDING POPS!

Just as yummy as regular pudding pops, but so much more fun:)


Rainbow Pudding PopsGather your ingredients, supplies, and helpers.

You will need a box {or two} of instant vanilla pudding, milk, food coloring, a couple of mixing bowls, a whisk, plastic or paper cups, and popsicle sticks. Have one of your helpers pour the pudding mix into your biggest mixing bowl.
Have another helper pour in the milk. Make sure to follow the directions on your package of pudding.
Once the pudding is mixed according to the directions, evenly separate it into 5 or 6 smaller bowls.
Add in red, orange, yellow, green, blue {and you can do purple...my boys didn't want it} food coloring to your divided up pudding. Then get a little help stirring until the pudding is the color that you want.
Spoon the different colors of pudding into your cups. Try to do smooth and even layers so that you will see a good rainbow on the sides of the pudding pop. Have one of your helpers put a popsicle stick into each of the cups of pudding. The pudding should be thick enough to hold up the stick...if not, cover the cup with plastic wrap and then put the stick through the plastic wrap and into the pudding.
Place the pudding pops in the freezer for a few hours. The time will depend on the size of your cups.
After they are completely set, take the pudding pops out of the freezer. Use your hands to warm up the sides of the cup so that the pudding pop will come out of the cup easily.
Then enjoy {& try not to make too big of a mess with} your SUPER cute and SUPER yummy treat!


Rainbow Pudding Pops

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54 comments:

Chocolate Sundaes said...

mmm those look good, and they look so cute! I hope you link them up at sundae scoop iheartnaptime.blogspot.com

Jenglamgirl said...

loves it... so sweet.... NO REALLY SO "SWEET" jenn

Michelle said...

Yum, now this looks like something I might actually be able to make!

Aiming4Simple said...

Did you know you can also tint pudding with M&Ms? I shared about it here: http://quirkymomma.com/2010/yellow-and-blue/

I am excited because we have some leftover M&Ms to make your rainbow pudding pops. Hopefully we can try them this week!

For the Love of Naps - Sarah said...

I am making these THIS WEEK! THANK YOU! I will give a shout out to you on my blog. Thanks for the great idea!

Emily said...

That looks like a super fun treat! I think we'll make it this week!

Patty-Cake Manners said...

Mmmm... we'll have to try these!

Foursons said...

How fun are those?! I saw you featured on PB&J or whatever that blog is. :D

Charlene said...

We must try those sometime this summer. My kids would go nuts over those. Thanks for sharing!!

Lexie Loo & Dylan Too said...

Those are so cute! What a great idea!

Jenn @ Delicious Ambiguity said...

Wow! Love this idea. I'd love it if you'd stop by & link up to Tot Tuesdays:

http://www.mydeliciousambiguity.com/

Have a great day!

Angie said...

That's a great idea! We'll definitely try that when the boys get out of school this week. Thanks for sharing.

TheCraftInMe said...

These are so cute, my daughter would love them!

Heather said...

So fun. My kids are going to love this. Thank you for sharing.

C.R.A.F.T. said...

great idea!! come link up to MMM!!

Laineypoz said...

Yum! I think this will be a This Week project. Thanks for the idea.

Jasey said...

These are amazing! I host a Tuesday Tastes Party and would love to have you over!

Happy Day,
Jasey @ crazy Daisy
http://crazyjayzplace.blogspot.com/2010/06/tuesday-tastes-11.html

Larissa said...

LOVE this, LOVE this, LOVE this. I totally have to make these. My boys will love them. I am bookmarking this right away. Came from girl creative, and now I might just have to keep checking on all the fun stuff you do.

PLEASE come by my blog sometime, I think new bloggy friends are awesome...especially ones who come up with such awesome ideas!

Larissa
Just Another Day in Paradise
www.zitzmanfam.blogspot.com

Susan @ Entertain Exchange said...

Very cute!

Amy said...

Wow! I love this idea! I might have to give this a try this weekend! Thanks for sharing such a cute idea! ;)

Megan said...

I am SO MAKING THESE! thanks for the fab recipe! I popped over from the tip junkie when I saw your linky party pic. :) Thanks for posting! Now off to check out the rest of your blog!!!

Issa said...

sweet! I just made my own popsicles last weekend and boy, were we impatient in waiting for the ice pops to harden! Your recipe will surely double, if not triple, our difficulty in waiting. LOL. They look really really good! Can't wait to try them out. :P

HoosierHomemade said...

How fun! I bet even my teenagers would love those!
Thanks for sharing!
I'd love for you to link up on my new blog,
It's A Blog Party!
http://itsablogparty.com/

Michelle said...

Love them!! Definetely going to make these!!

Pinkie said...

Thanks for sharing this. I know my daughter will love these.

bducic said...

We made them and they turned out great. Thank you, this was a fun summer time thing to do with the kids. I didn't have red food coloring so I used strawberry pudding for the pink,orange and purple colors (just adding yellow and blue!) so we got two flavors in our pops! ;)

Amber said...

Such fun I was already going to do ty-dye cupcakes when my cousins come to visit now I'm going to do this too for a snack. We will have rainbow day! (fruit salad and such!)

Tori said...

OH MY HECK I LOVE THESE! Can't wait to try them with the kids I babysit tomorrow! :)

brandy said...

Oh how fun! I think we'll make these tomorrow!!

blueskiesandgreenlights said...

I CAN NOT wait to do this with my kids. I always make different colored milk pops for my kiddos, but this is super fancy!!! You are so creative!!! I made a cake that was rainbow layers on the inside a while back. Your rainbow pudding pops reminded me of it.

Your blog is adorable, and your SUPER family is so super cute!!! I will definitely keep reading!!!

I just started my blog...I'm a newbie!!!

Take Care.

--Tabitha

www.bsandgl.blogspot.com

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

I'm making these! And I'm featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com too!

mommy2luke2008 said...

I love these. I made pudding pops the day before you posted this!! Only mine weren't so pretty! I featured this on my friday favorites!
http://lilbitofus.blogspot.com/2010/06/friday-favorites_11.html

Kristen Duke Photography said...

SO fun! I can't wait to make this with my kids!

Its A Blog Party said...

How fun! They look delicious!
Thanks for linking up!
~Liz

Mickey said...

Hey Kelli!
Made these last week. They were a hit!
Thanks,
Mickey

Adrienne said...

I absolutely LOVE these! Making homemade popscicles is on my "to do" summer list! Could I feature these on my blog? Of course I would link back! LOVE IT! Thanks for the great idea. :)

Lorie said...

These are so fun! I am going to feature them on my blog tomorrow!

Danielle Renee said...

YUM!!! Ok, this is on my list of things to do because they look so good!

meg duerksen said...

brillant.
i will be copying you!
i LOVE this.
:)

MommyTopics.com said...

I absolutely LOVE this idea!!! Please come by my site and link up some of your inspiring posts on Tuesdays at my Summer Family Fun blog hop.

http://www.mommytopics.com/category/summer-family-fun-tuesdays

Rachymommy - MommyTopics.com

Simply Me... said...

Yummy... new to your blog ! Thanks for sharing I did it with banana filling :) come on over and visit won't you !

Kristen said...

oh Kelli - those look amazing! My kids would totally love those. Thanks for sharing!

{ L } said...

these are the COOLEST things ever!! Wow, so fun and pretty.

Vixen said...

I love this!! Perfect for a rainbow party.. or even just for fun!! Thanks for sharing!

{northern cottage} said...

awesome awesome awesome...

we'll be the BEST moms ever making these WITH the kiddos! I love recipes like this that are easy and FUN for us all to make together. This is SO on our summer to do list...thanks!

www.northerncottage.blogspot.com

Tricia @ How Sweeter It Is said...

Wow--I love this idea! I have been thinking about healthy popsicles and I love that you get the rainbow effect but you don't have to freeze each layer separately before adding the next. Thanks!! (found you via CSI Project)

Jasey @ Jasey's Crazy Daisy said...

These are beautiful and full of fun! Shared them at http://www.facebook.com/JaseysCrazyDaisy!

Happy Day!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

those are sooo fun! and who doesn't love a pudding pop- and rainbow is even better!

Gabe said...

What a good idea to take a simple vanilla pudding pop and turn it into an extra special treat! I'll be making some of these this summer!

Wendys Hat said...

Cute and yummy!

VitaGirl said...

Oh wow! Love how easy and inexpensive and FUN these are!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Oh goodness love it!! I've made the rainbow cupcakes but haven't seen how to do the pudding pops before! I'm so going to make them, maybe right now .. lol

Bubblegum Post said...

These look delicious. We're sharing them tomorrow (6/27) on Bubblegum Post and given you all the credit. Thanks very much!

Kristy Jo said...

I love this idea!!!

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