Jello Pudding Pops

Jello Pudding Pops

These Pudding Pops are so fun, and they are so delicious too. They taste just like the original Jello Pudding Pops. My kids absolutely loved these, and they can’t wait for me to make them again for our 4th of July party. I think these are going to go perfectly with our Patriotic Punch!

You might want to check out my Oreo Pudding Pops too! They have an Oreo cookie frozen inside!


Jello Pudding Pops

Supplies Needed:

Makes 4 Pudding Pops (double or triple as needed)

Ice Pop Maker – This one from Amazon is really great. It has a rigid metal frame, so it doesn’t bend and spill, and no small parts to lose!

Popsicle sticks (the maker above comes with a supply)

3.3 oz Instant Jello Pudding – White Chocolate Flavor

Red and Blue food coloring

1 1/2 cups of whole milk


Jello Pudding Pops

Prepare 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. Divide the pudding into three bowls and add a few drops of food coloring, stir well.


Jello Pudding Pops

Divide the pudding into plastic baggies and snip off the corners. Use the plastic baggies to fill the mold by piping each layer in individually. Start with red, then white, then finish with blue. Give the mold a few raps on the counter after each color to smooth out the layers.

Freeze  for at least 2-3 hours, or overnight. To remove Jello Pudding Pops from popsicle molds, fill sink with hot water and dip bottom of popsicle mold in the hot water. Remove pudding pops by pulling gently.



Jello Pudding Pops

Serve immediately, or wrap each pudding pop in wax paper and stack in the freezer.






Jello Pudding Pops

 My friend Kellie at Nest of Posies has an amazing recipe for Yogurt Popsicle using the same molds.  Love this idea, and I was so inspired by her photography!

Nest Of Posies Yogurt Pop


Jello Pudding Pops

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  1. I love these!!! SO pretty!

  2. Yum! I love the patriotic colors! 🙂

  3. Um, super mega loving these, Melissa! SO genius for the hot California summers which I am desperately loathing 🙁 and perfect for the Fourth!

  4. These look incredible Melissa! Love how pretty the colors are!

  5. I love these; can’t wait to try this! Do we have to use whole milk for these; we usually just 1%? Thanks Melissa; great treat for Memorial Day! 🙂

  6. I was wondering where do you find the White Chocolate Pudding Mix?

    • Hi Amanda,

      They carry it at both my local grocery store and Target. If you can’t find it at your grocery store, Amazon is always an option. Good luck!


  1. […] For a Patriotic version of a homemade popsicle visit my friend Melissa’s Blog, for her Red, White & Blue Jello Pudding Pops. […]

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