Nothing says kids and summer time like something frozen on a stick! Making home made popsicles totally makes me feel like a child again. I realize that if your kids are like mine and eat 27 popsicles a day that the most economical thing to do is head to Costco and buy a box of otter pops, but take a break every once and a while and have some fun creating your own flavor combos in homemade popsicles. There’s something magical about it! Kids love helping out and these recipes are so quick and easy that you won’t mind extra “helpers.”

You can pick up all kinds of shapes and sizes of molds just about anywhere these days. The ones in this picture are from Target and Walmart. They’re only a couple of bucks too. Totally worth the tiny investment! You can use the plastic sticks they come with, or just buy a bag of popsicle sticks and then you can make multiple batches.

I started thinking about pudding pops about a month ago and I couldn’t stop dreaming about different flavor combos that sounded good. I kept a list on my fridge and kept adding to it thinking I’d just try out as many as I could and then post the best one. Problem: they were ALL good! So since my family has had pudding pops coming out of their ears for the last month, you all will as well. I’m going to share all of them with ya! First of all, read this:

Notes on dairy:

I tested a lot of different dairy combos from non-fat milk to low-fat to whole milk to heavy cream. You can choose what you put into these. Just know that the higher the fat percentage the creamier the end product. Don’t go up to full cream though, that doesn’t work so well. My most favorite result was half and half so that’s what I wrote in most of the actual recipes. You can absolutely substitute low-fat milk (or even soy milk if you’ve got allergy issues), it just makes the pops a little icier whereas the half and half obviously makes them richer and more creamy. Also, I used the sugar free puddings, and Jello brand definitely tastes the best.

Are you ready for this?? Here we go! (The first one is totally my favorite)





These might be my 2nd favorite!





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    Darci says:

    Okay, you are amazing! I love these wonderful flavor combinations. They are much better than the kool-aid pops I remember making as a kid. Thanks Sara!

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    MommytoTommy says:

    Yum!! Those look amazing!!!

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    The Amoah-Boadi Family says:

    yum, yum , yum..summer just got a whole lot better!!

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    Michelle says:

    I absolutely love these ideas. I'll have to give these a try.

    mnhub-junk at yahoo dot com

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    roxanne says:

    Wow, you came up with some creative flavors! The mint cookie looks so good, but you definitely have to make the strawberries and cream again so we can try that too! Yum!

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    Andrea says:

    Wow. They all look delicious! I have no idea which one we're going to try first! Yum!

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    merparker says:

    If my kids see this, I'm in trouble!!! LOL!!! Hopefully we can get around to these recipes this summer! At 106 degrees out there…we need some relief! These look delicious!

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    Jessica Newman says:

    so many fun flavors! I have got to go out and buy some popsicle molds now!

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    Krista says:

    these look SO yummy!!!

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    Heather says:

    Those look soo good. I had no idea you could do so much with homemade popsicles. Thank you!

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    cookies and cups says:

    Oh I love these and they don't make the vanilla pudding pops anymore (at least where I live)…will definitely try these. Love all the variations!

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    Kathi and Ryan says:

    Ms. Sara, these are too cute! My kiddos are going to think these are the best. I can't wait to try them (especially the mint chocolate one…YUM) Thanks for doing all the creative work and passing it to us!

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    Jake and Lisa says:

    yum.. those mint cookie pops look great!

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    Nathaly says:

    Yum! I'm excited to try them with soymilk so Captain Allergies can have them.

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    Pamela says:

    Can't wait to try these, they look so yummy!

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    Joy says:

    I can't wait to try the pina colada pops!

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    Kara says:

    Sar, first, you're amazing. Second, I'm going to be sitting around twiddling my thumbs WAITING for that last one. I know my kids will love that one! 🙂 I'm excited to try it.

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    LCM says:

    You are genius! My girls have been wanting to try something like this for a while, I have a feeling these are going to go over well in the Texas heat.

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    The Taintor Family says:

    These look so good! Heck with sharing these with my kids… I want them all for me. I'm so excited to make them. (Plus, you do such a good job photographing them – that's an art in and of itself.)

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    Ashli says:

    Those look so good. I can't decide which flavor to try first. Those flavors are so creative!

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    Stephanie says:

    They are beautiful. I wonder if you could do it with homemade pudding?

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    Lindsay says:

    Jello pudding pops were my favorite popsicles as a kid. I was so sad when they started making them. I found a new version of them at my local Walmart but they just aren't the same. Anyhow, I'm excited to try and make my own.

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    The Four Montgomery's says:

    those look so good

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    Robin says:

    Can't wait to try these.

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    jjcrew says:

    Awesome idea. Easy peasy lemon squeezie. I'm going to try it. Thanks!

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    Shannon says:

    We just made boring chocolate pudding pops the other day and my boy inhaled his! I wonder what would happen with one of these- thanks for sharing such yummiliciousness!

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    Jarmeg Family says:

    those look great, my kids will love them!

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    Risa says:

    Okay these look delish!! Thanks for sharing. If only it were warm enough to have a popsicle here in Nebraska. Mild Summer–booo!

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    alisha says:

    This is definitely going to put a good dent in the #10 can of chocolate pudding we've been working on for months. Thanks!

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    Aubri says:

    Wow…these look so yummy! I just made some pudding pops like the mint cookie ones, except with banana pudding and crushed nutter-butters. You should try those…mmmmmm. Thanks for the new ideas!

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    Erin says:

    Yum! These look so easy and delicious.

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    Kirsten says:

    I thought I was being creative a few weeks ago when I made them with a box of chocolate pudding and another of vanilla pudding. These are delicious.

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    Denise @ Life on Stepping Stone Lane says:

    Holy cow! Those put anything out a box to shame!!

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    stephchows says:

    I am ALL over the pina colada pops!

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    Steph says:

    I just bought those molds from target! So far I've just filled them with smoothie mix and plain juice. These look like great treats!

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    auntmeg says:


    Am I the only one having flashbacks to the 80's jello pudding commercials with Bill Cosby?!

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    Amy says:

    Yum-o! Can't wait to try this with my kiddos!

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    Sarah says:

    I'm impressed with your creative flavors. When I think 'pudding pops,' I totally see Bill Cosby in my mind. =) Thanks for bringing back a bit of my childhood nostalgia.

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    Spencer Family says:

    Yum! There is a local popsicle store here called LocoPops that make gourmet popsicles like these. Now I don't have to empty my wallet there–I can make my own at home. Thank you!!!

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    ~L says:

    Those look so good and fun!

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    Ashley says:

    I am going to walmart to get some molds. Cant wait! these look amazing!
    My son will be in heaven!

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    Price Family Connection says:

    It's amazing to think that we've never thought to do something so delicious with those popsicle molds. Gone are the days of plain juice! These are beautiful. And yummy. Thanks for sharing!

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    Alli Blue says:

    Wow! What more can I say! WOW!

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    Wehrle says:

    YUM! my kids… and I will LOVe these! I have only tried freesing boring old pudding, never adding anything else! This is so much better!! THANKS!

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    Sonya Blaquiere says:

    Gosh where to begin? Maybe I'll just start at the top and work my way through all the flavors…Yum!

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    There's always room for Dessert! says:

    OMG I really want the Mint Chocolate Cookie Pops NOW!!!!! wowzer!!!

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    Randy and Diann says:

    Yummy! I can't wait to try them out.

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    Jennifer says:

    These sound like something my kids will really enjoy. Both making them and eating them. And then probably inventing some freakish and hopefully delicious flavors of their own.

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    Rachel says:

    I lived off banana creamies during the 4th month of this pregnancy and I'm ready for a little variety in my frozen treat selections. These look great!

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    Mary Kelly says:

    Forget the kids- I want to make these for my husband and me to eat after the kiddos go to bed! These look SO tasty with endless possibilities.

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    Jill says:

    I really wanted the strawberries and cream recipe … where is it???

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    Michelle says:

    I can't wait to try to mint chocolate! YUM!

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    Jenny says:

    Wow, these all look so good! I don't know which ones to make first!

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    Jenna says:

    So cute!! Ah, I am going to try these for SURE!

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    Camille says:

    What the crap? I'm trying to lose weight here! 😛

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    Robin says:

    Where is the Strawberry and Cream RECIPE??????

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    jill says:

    geez ladies….you have really outdone yourselves here!!

    these all look great!

    you know, I have a 2 year old who's a SUPER picky eater. Picky like, he will only eat bread, cheese, macaroni and popsicles. I have been creative in my popsicle making, trying to sneak in healthy things like carrot juice, yogurt, and fruit puree. The little guy can't get enough of the healthy goodness, and I feel ok about him eating 4 popsicles a day!!

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    shayla says:

    Never would have thought of the blueberry-lemon cheesecake combo. Brilliant!

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    Tari McDonald says:

    These look yummy, and not to mention perfect for summer!

    tari.mcdonald @ gmail . com

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    Tricia says:

    My kids would love these, they would say "Did Sara make these?" They think you are super mom, so hopefully my stock will go up when I take credit for them 🙂

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    Jimi says:

    Just bought popsicle molds. You've given me more ideas than I can handle. Must go to store now!

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    Cami says:

    Trust me, you are not the only one loosing their mind! These all look amazing! Can't wait to try the pina colada ones!

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    Gina Rochelle says:

    Yum! I'm gonna need to buy more popsicle molds! Or maybe I'll just use my ice cube trays and toothpicks for small portions for my toddler until I can get to the store.

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    I gotta say, the mint chocolate cookie pops look and sound the best. I think those would be my favorite. What a great idea, in general, though. Never would've thought to make my own pudding pops! I may have to try the banana one with chocolate pudding though… I love the combo of chocolate and banana!
    – Jennifer

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    imajacobs says:

    I can't wait to try these! The possibilities are endless. Thanks!

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    Crystal says:

    I best be buying myself some popsicle molds. These flavors looks so awesome.

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    Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer says:

    These look so great.. I cannot wait to make these when my niece and nephew come for a visit in a couple weeks!! Oh and I will make them for hubby too as he is really a big kid!

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    The Wifey says:

    Kids? I'm going to make these for ME.

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    Amy Glisan says:

    sounds great!

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    EmilyCC says:

    Oh my goodness! Now the only problem is which one to try first!

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    Courtney B says:

    I'm drooling, these all look so fantastic! I love me some pudding pops and I can't wait to try these!

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    Jon and Sarah says:

    These look so good-especially for a hot day like today. On my way to the kitchen right now to whip up a batch.

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    Kara says:

    These all look so good I can't even decide which to make first. I'm going to make the kids vote!

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    jjnhubbs says:

    What great ideas! Now I need to run out to Target to find the molds!!

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    Q. says:

    These look delicious! My mom made chocolate pudding pops for us once when we were little – I still remember them! I used to love them (even the store bought ones by Jello.) Banana was my absolute fave…ooh – chocolate and vanilla swirl, too. Dang it. Now I want one. ((Sigh.))

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    kim says:

    my fave is pina colada. i know it's kids week, but to make it an adult snack, i can add a splash of white rum maybe. 🙂

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    Erika says:

    Yum! I am definitely going to have to try the mint chocolate. I must be thinking in the same wavelength because I posted about pops today, too.

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    MDtripmom says:

    My kiddos are a little young for these still but that doesn't mean I can't make them for myself, right? 🙂

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    Shannon says:

    My little boy was looking at the pics of the pops with me and he pointed to the strawberry ones and said, "Let's make those." I guess they looked the yummiest. Please post the recipe!!

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    Britney says:

    I cannot WAIT to make these! These are great ideas!!!!!!!!!

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    Carolyn says:

    I just discovered your blog a few weeks ago and wanted to tell you how much I am enjoying it! Thank you so much for sharing all of your delicious recipes and ideas!!!

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    imajacobs says:

    Is there a trick to getting them out of the molds? I had to run them under hot water and then they were all metly.

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    Emily says:

    Oooh, the strawberries and cream look yummy!

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    Erica Lyn says:

    We JUST tried this out.. so good!! 🙂

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    Sarah says:

    Wondering if it would be wrong if I made some of these pops for dinner?!!

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    mistie says:

    These all look so yummy! I think adding crumbled up graham cracker crust to the cheescake one would be soooo good!

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    Lisa says:

    Those look amazingly yummy!

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    Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" says:

    Oh yum!!! I've marked this page to make these! I need to find better pop molds, because the $1 store ones are cheapo junk.

    The cookies and the cheesecake sounds super yummy!

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    Jimi says:

    Would love to know how long it takes these to freeze, please.

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    Candria says:

    Wow! I am excited for kids week! Thank You!

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    Karli says:

    My children will officially love you forever.

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    The Nedrys says:

    Mmmmmmmm…I am going to have to run out and buy some of the molds so I can make these!

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    Jenny says:

    I don't know which one to try first. They all look yummy!

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    Katy says:

    Oh…my…goodness…I am all over the mint chocolate cookie pops!!! 🙂

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    Annalee Kelly says:

    I love it!

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    C. says:

    If it weren't for my current issues with gestational diabetes, I would make every single one of these flavors!!

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    ShayLynn says:

    These look so yummy! Can't wait to spend time in the kitchen with my kids!

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    Bobbi says:

    I know what I'm doing tomorrow… Yummy!

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    betchacanteatjustone says:

    I'm so going out tomorrow to buy popsicle molds AND maybe some dixie cups so I can do smaller versions for the kids at summer camp with popsicle sticks! 🙂


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    Petersons says:

    Wow! I'm drooling they look so good.

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    Kristen says:

    Wow, Sara! You outdid yourself with this post. Pudding pops were one of my favorite things when I was little. I wonder why Jell-o doesn't make them anymore. Can't wait to try these!

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    Danny & Crystal says:

    All of those look so good! I'll definitely have to try them!

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    Danny & Crystal says:

    All of those look so good! I'll definitely have to try them!

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    PULN7GS says:

    i love making popsicles with yogurt- can't wait to try pudding- even better!

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    Jenna says:

    I want some of these right now, they look so good!

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    lesley says:

    Those strawberry and cream ones look so neat! I am going to load up on pudding flavors next time I am at the store.

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    Rick & Liz says:

    These look incredible! I love the variety of flavors you gave us. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! 🙂

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    Rick & Liz says:

    These look incredible! I love the variety of flavors you gave us. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! 🙂

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    Jeff, Jenny and Pearl says:

    I have never seen such scrumptious looking fudgesicles in my entire life! I think my husband will be more excited to try these than anyone!

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    rach says:

    I am all over those mint chocolate cookie pops, and my son will like the strawberries and cream. Thank you, I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

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    Kira says:

    yummalicious….is that a word? I am headed over to the big Wally world tommorow to get my supplies. Blueberry lemon cheesecake…. now you KNOW that is for ME!

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    The Un-Organized Mom says:

    Oh wow…I'm really excited about the Pina Colada and the Cherry Almond Fudge!! Well, and the Strawberries and Cream (when said notebook or random scrap paper is located… =)

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    Melissa says:

    These are soo cute…i think my hubby is going to have a love-hate relationship with those mint oreo ones! P.S. I LOVE that star shaped mold….where did you get that one????

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    Todd and Shana says:

    Wow, these look so yummy!!! I was thinking something way less creative when I first saw the title. I will definitely be trying these! Thanks!!!!

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    Michelle says:

    what a wonderful post! And just in time for our upcoming Bible school. It would be so much fun to make Popsicles with the kids. I love the idea of mint choc and the lemon blueberry.

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    Leigh says:

    It was just yesterday that I was wondering if they still made pudding pops… now i can just make my own. All of the variations look delicious.

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    Kimberly says:

    These look so good! I can't wait to try them.

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    Jamieanne says:

    I recently posted a list of popsicle recipes on my blog that I had made, but wow, your recipe list is amazing! I can't wait to make some of these, uh, for the kids, of course…. 🙂

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    Jess says:

    Um, yeah, are these for the kids? I'm thinking I don't want to share.

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    Lindsey says:

    I am excited to try the PB Banana ones.

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    Summer says:

    Those are all such fun combos! I'm definitely going to have to try some of those out!

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    Lund Family says:

    Forget my kids I want to eat these! These look great girls! Good job.

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    Sara says:

    These look DELICIOUS!

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    tanalicious says:

    i'm making these today! first, i just have to find a mold, and then pudding, maybe a little half and half…. a trip to the store might be in order.

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    Jana says:

    I've been wanting to make popsicles this summer. Thanks for all the ideas!

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    Heidi says:

    My kids love homemade pudding pops. Thanks for the great ideas!

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    Ben and Angela says:

    Who needs kids for this stuff, I want them just for myself!

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    Katrina says:

    LOVE all your popsicle creations and my boys would, too!

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    Sommerfeldt Summary says:

    WOW those look soooo good! I have 3kids at home that would love to try all of those. Well I guess only 2 of my kids could try, one is only 5 months so that might not be a great idea for him. ha

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    megan says:

    could those look any more delicious?!?! major yum!

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    Tamera says:

    These look so good! Will have to try this for sure. Thank you!

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    little miss possible says:

    !! I would LOVE to try making the cherry one!

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    Liz and Corey says:

    These look delicious, easy, and fun!

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    Shelly says:

    I loved pudding pops when I was a kid. I can't wait to make these with mine. Thanks for the tip.

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    The Cartwright Family! says:

    i'm drooling over these…literally drooling!

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    Holly DeVore says:

    Mint chocolate cookie pops? You must have known me in a previous life!!! OOOH, that sounds so good!!

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    kate says:

    These look completely amazing. I can't wait to make them and impress my family!

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    Bethany says:

    We made the PB banana ones today.. YUM! i have always loved pudding pops, why don't they sell them anymore? weird. thanks for the recipes!

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    Andrea says:

    I'm curious, Sara, about why you used sugar-free pudding instead of regular? Would it make any difference to use regular pudding?
    Thanks for all the fabulous ideas!

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    Karyn says:

    These all look so delicious. I can't wait to make them for my kids (& me of course!)

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    Guzmania says:

    I can't wait to make these – I might even share with my kids!

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    Lindsay says:

    Got to get myself some popsicle molds!

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    Ashley A. says:

    Those strawberry ones look amazing!

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    Brya says:

    Yum! I can't wai to try them!

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    Lisle H says:

    You ROCK!! I'm printing now so I can experiment tomorrow!

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    Angela says:

    Oh my goodness so many yummy flavors!

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    Heidi says:

    I can't wait to try some of these, I think I love popsicles more than my kids. I have just been pouring our leftover smoothies in them.

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    Yearsley Family says:

    WOWIE! What can I say more? These look amazing! I was just telling DH the other day that I need to learn how to make pudding pops! Mmmmmmm! I'll have to try these out!

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    Erin says:

    Umm…ok. It's after midnight and my mouth is watering. This does not bode well for my waistline! They all look delish but I'm wondering…how did you store these bad boys?

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    Pam says:

    We've never tried these at home but the Oreo ones look incredible and I bet my son would love these!

    melacan at hotmail dot com

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    Brooke says:

    As soon as I saw these, I immediately had to print them off. They just look so delicious. Though, I'm not so sure I want to share them with my kids. . .

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    Kate Witenko says:

    You know the way to my heart with the mint chocolate pops. It's not even 9am and already I'm craving ice cream. Yum yum!

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    kim says:

    Chocolate ice cream and popsicles and cookies…. Isabel will be in heaven! These look great. 🙂

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    The Edwards Family says:

    We just bought 2 sets of molds and have only used koolaid, so this makes me excited about popsicles. Thanks soooooo much.

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    Sarah says:

    I just made up a batch of the mint chocolate ones last night and I just could not bear to throw away the extra (I only had 4 popsicle molds) so, I did what any sane person would do and ate it….oh man, can't wait for those puppies to get out of the freezer! Simply divine! Lemon blueberry cheesecake is next up!

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    Adrienne says:

    such fun pics you took of these! Can't wait to try the pina colada and the cherry fudge (though I must admit I love maraschino cherries and would prob use those…like those boxed cherry chocolates haha)

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    Jenny says:

    These bring back so many memories of childhood, except mine weren't that yummy looking!

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    Katie says:

    These look amazing and I bet they are even more amazing when you eat them!

    Lucky us that you shared all these fun ideas, experiments, and recipes with us!

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    MollyE says:

    These look sooooo goood!!!! Thanks for mentioning you can use soy milk!!

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    April says:

    Oh my! These look so delicious! I can't wait to try them! I don't know if I will want to share them with the kids though!

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    katie says:

    I am really excited to try some of these! Love all the pictures and your blog!

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    Ashley says:

    I am excited to try some of these–I love all of the variations for the freezer pops! Mmmmm!

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    Whitney and Lish Harris says:

    I am definitely going to try these. So fun and easy!

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    K says:

    These look so good … my kids will love them!

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    larawashington says:

    I can't wait to try these. I definitely prefer creamy treats! Oh yeah, I think my kids may like these as well.

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    Emily says:

    Those ALL look so good. My mouth is watering just looking at them. I love all the pictures too! I definitely need to go buy some popsicle molds.

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    Stephanie says:

    Oooh, perfect timing! The weather is hot, I'm out of Otter Pops and I'm just planning my grocery list. Plus, I'm tired of giving my kids those sugary pops. I have the molds, but have only done kool-aid or lemonaide. Not nearly as creative (or healthy) as all these yummy flavors! Thanks! I'm loving kids' week!

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    Karen says:

    Those look SO adorable! And delicious!

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    Kelly says:

    Oh. My. GOODNESS.

    I am making popsicles tonight.

    Oh- and I made the strawberry sorbet recipe for our 4th of July dessert. It got RAVE reviews from the family!!

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    Heather says:

    YUM!!! I love pudding pops and can't wait to make the blueberry lemon ones!!

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    Katie says:

    So many yummy flavors!

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    amy and mighty max says:

    cannot wait to try some of these decadent popsicles! yummy!

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    Sarah Lenhart says:

    Forget the kids, I want one of these! 🙂

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    Amie says:

    These look amazing. I think they are as much for mommies as for kids. I can't wait to try them.

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    Riddle Girl says:

    I think we will finally get around to trying these this weekend!

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    Mrs.Snip says:

    Oh my stinking heck! I can't wait to try these! I am stuck in a hotel room in Houston, with no ingredients and no popsicle containers. Thank you again for making such a fabulous post for us to learn from!

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    MissouriMormonMama says:

    Oh my!! Those combos look soooo yummy!

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    Michelle says:

    Those mint pops look so good, I think I know what is for dessert tonight.

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    John, Kara, Andrew and Grant says:

    I've done this before, but I've never thought of all these flavor combos…awesome!

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    Nicole says:

    fave summer recipe so far 🙂

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    Amanda says:

    How much do I love you for this. Last night I was thinking – I need to make some popsicles, because really, they are expensive and not that good – why can't I make some better ones? I even bought molds. You are inspired.

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    Jen says:

    These look amazing!

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    Steph says:

    Ok, these look so incredible! I'm totally want to try them all.

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    Rhonda says:

    Mmmmm….If they even taste just half as good as they look! Can't wait to try!!!

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    MacD Kids says:

    Yum! My kids will love this!

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    Jenni says:

    These are something I'll definitely be trying someday when my nieces & nephew are older!

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    The Siple Family says:

    I can't wait to make the choc. mint. That is my favorite combo.

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    Brookel says:

    oh wow, all i can say is yum. i need to go get some fun reusable popsicle containers.

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    Vicki Pea Tree says:

    What a great idea! I actually made some jello pops – inspired by the new Popsicle brand slow melts – and was dreaming of pudding pops too! Thanks for the great recipes!

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    recette, recette ... says:

    hey, they look great, but what is "half and half" in one of the recipes? thanks!

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    Sara @ Our Best Bites says:

    recette- half and half can be found in the dairy section by the cream. It is a mixture of half cream and half milk.

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    Fancypants says:

    I'm slow posting a comment but here goes:
    I made these and they tasted divine BUT I had a horrible time getting them out of the molds. Any suggestions?

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    Sara @ Our Best Bites says:

    Fancypants (love that name!) – I just run mine under warm water until they pop out. I have noticed though, that the ones with grooves in them- rocket pop style- (like the strawberries and cream ones above) are much harder to get out than the plain round or flat ones, so I just use the plain ones now.

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    Lydja says:

    I just found your blog tonight and I've been scrolling through the millions of posts I've never seen and my both has literally been hanging open! Thank you for your posts.

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    Fabulous. My kids (shhhh, me too) will absolutely love these.

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    Jodi says:

    I have chocolate-raspberry-chile pops in the freezer right now. Thought I was all that and a bag of chips until I found these recipes. Can't wait to try these!!

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    Mary says:

    Any suggestions if you are using cooked pudding instead of instant? I can't find instant organic, but I found it in regular cooking on the stovetop kind. Should I decrease the milk? Just make as is? All of the above? LOL

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    Sara @ Our Best Bites says:

    Mary, I honestly don't know! I'd have to play around with it to see. But if you happen to first, let us know how they turn out!

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    renee says:

    wow what a great way to cool off in the summer.

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