Candy Corn Pudding Pops

 

Candy Corn Pudding Pops!

 

A few weeks ago, I shared these Candy Corn Pudding Pops over at Eighteen25 for Spooktacular September. I thought I’d share them here too. If you haven’t already, check out the amazing Halloween crafts and recipes shared during Spooktacular September.

I love these pudding pops! These are so fun to make, and the touch of honey in the pudding gives them a real candy corn flavor! You may also like my Oreo Pudding Pops.

 

Here is what you will need to make these Candy Corn Pudding Pops:

Makes 10 Pudding Pops

Ice Pop Maker and Popsicle Sticks

Small box (3.3 oz) Instant Jello Pudding – White Chocolate Flavor for white layer

Large Box (5.1 oz) Instant Jello Pudding – Vanilla Flavor for yellow and orange layer

Honey

Red and Yellow food coloring

4 cups of milk

 

 

 

 

 

Candy Corn Pudding Pops

 

 

Step 1: Prepare White Chocolate Jello by mixing pudding mix with 1  1/2 cups of cold milk. Note: This is less milk than the box directions call for. This makes the pudding pops richer and creamier. Stir in 1 teaspoon of honey and transfer pudding mixture to a large plastic baggie.

Step 2: Prepare Vanilla Pudding by mixing pudding mix with 2 1/2 cups of cold milk. Again, a little less than the box calls for. Stir in two teaspoons of honey and divide pudding into two bowls.

Step 3: Color one bowl with yellow food coloring, adding just a few drops at a time. Next, color the other bowl orange by combing yellow and red food coloring. Transfer the yellow and orange pudding to a plastic baggie.

Step Four: Snip corner of plastic baggies and squeeze pudding into popsicle molds. Start with white layer and finish with yellow. Tap mold on counter between layers to reduce air bubbles and level the layers.

 

 

Candy Corn Pudding Pops

 

 

Step Five: Freeze pudding pops 2-3 hours or overnight.

 

Candy Corn Pudding Pops

 

 

 

 

Candy Corn Pudding Pops

Ingredients

  • Small box (3.3 oz) Instant Jello Pudding – White Chocolate Flavor for white layer
  • Large Box (5.1 oz) Instant Jello Pudding - Vanilla Flavor for yellow and orange layer
  • Honey
  • Red and Yellow food coloring
  • 4 cups of milk

Instructions

  1. Prepare White Chocolate Jello by mixing pudding mix with 1 1/2 cups of cold milk.
  2. Note: This is less milk than the box directions call for. This makes the pudding pops richer and creamier.
  3. Stir in 1 teaspoon of honey and transfer pudding mixture to a large plastic baggie.
  4. Prepare Vanilla Pudding by mixing pudding mix with 2 1/2 cups of cold milk.
  5. Again, a little less than the box calls for.
  6. Stir in two teaspoons of honey and divide pudding into two bowls.
  7. Color one bowl with yellow food coloring, adding just a few drops at a time.
  8. Next, color the other bowl orange by combing yellow and red food coloring.
  9. Transfer the yellow and orange pudding to a plastic baggie.
  10. Snip corner of plastic baggies and squeeze pudding into popsicle molds.
  11. Start with white layer and finish with yellow.
  12. Tap mold on counter between layers to reduce air bubbles and level the layers.
  13. Freeze pudding pops 2-3 hours or overnight.
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Comments

  1. These are adorable!! Yum!! :) How festive.

  2. These look great and are so adorable for fall!

  3. All kinds of adorable and yum! Love these. xo

  4. These are so fun and festive! They caught my eye right away on Pinterest. Yum!

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