31 May 2009

chocolate pudding pops

#20 of 50 was found in a Kraft food flyer ... I don't know if it's possible to do this dairy-free because of the pudding. Is Cool Whip dairy free?

1. One 6-oz. box of instant chocolate pudding made according to the directions on the box
2. A little less than half of an 8-oz container of Cool Whip
3. As many crushed Oreos as you want

Mix those all together. Put it in small paper cups (it doesn't seem like plastic would work nearly as well), stick popsicle sticks into them, and put them in the freezer for at least 2-3 hours. The original directions said 5 hours - we pulled them out at about 2 hours because Summer was getting impatient. They were pretty soft still, but firm enough to eat on the stick.

Cooking blogs normally have pictures so I might as well get my butt in gear with that ... the girls were more than happy to sample the pudding pops in front of the camera.

ready to go into the freezer

We love chocolate! La la la!

gotta bite it because of the cookie chunks

the chocolate goatee

All done! And so yummy!

1 comment:

Liz Autry said...

You can get cool whip dairy free.