Let’s make vanilla pudding pops with sprinkles with this simple vanilla pudding pops recipe made with instant vanilla pudding that has a little surprise. Pudding pops are easy to make at home and a big hit with kids of all ages (and adults too!). This recipe for pudding pops is refreshing, creamy and sweetly delicious.
Homemade Pudding Pops
Have you ever put pudding in your popsicle molds? Add rainbow sprinkles and you have this wonderful Vanilla Pudding Pops treat.
Related: More homemade popsicles ideas
Making pudding is one of the first things that my kids learn to “cook”. Which makes me laugh because I am old enough to remember when you had to cook pudding. This pudding pop recipe uses instant pudding so kids can likely take over this entire process.
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Vanilla Pudding Pops Recipe
Ingredients Needed to Make Pudding Pops
Supplies Needed to Make Jello Pudding Pops
- Large bowl
- Whisk (or electric hand mixer)
- Popsicle molds
See below for a list of our favorite popsicle molds to make homemade pudding pops.
Directions to Make Pudding Pops
Combine the vanilla pudding mix with the milk and whisk until it starts to thicken up.
Gently fold in the sprinkles.
Pour into popsicle molds and put in the freezer for 4-5 hours or overnight.
Gently remove from the popsicle molds & serve!
Pudding Pop Recommended Variations
Next time, try using chocolate instant pudding for a special chocolate treat! Yum!
- 2 packages Instant Vanilla Pudding (3.4 oz)
- 3 1/2 cups Milk
- 1/2 cup Rainbow Sprinkles
- Mix up the pudding by adding the instant pudding mix and milk together and whisk.
- Gently fold in the sprinkles.
- Pour into popsicle molds.
- Freeze for 4-5 hours or overnight.
- Gently remove from popsicle molds.
Favorite Popsicle Molds
- 10 Pop Silicone Mold – I like this popsicle mold because it is large and makes the shape of popsicle I remember as a child. It can be used with traditional popsicle sticks and makes 10 pudding pops at a time (pictured above).
- Disposable Ice Pop Bags – This set of 125 disposable ice popsicle mold bags is reminiscent of the ice pops we would pull out of the ice chest on hot summer days. This would work really well for these vanilla pudding pops.
- Silicon Popsicle Molds with Lids – If you want the more earth-friendly version of the ice pop bags, then check out these cool mulit-colored ice pop molds with lids making it easy to take along and less messy to eat.
- Mini Pop Molds – Make 7 of the cutest little egg bites lollipop style popsicles.
More Pudding, Pop & Popsicle Fun from Kids Activities Blog
- Make this yummy no-bake peppermint pudding pie recipe.
- Super easy pudding pops for kids!
- Make Oreo pudding pops.
- These donut hole pops are so easy…oh so easy to make!
- Make veggie popsicles with this family recipe…the kids will love it!
- We love these monster popsicles for your monster loving popsicle eater…
- The easiest popsicle in the world is this juice box push popsicle. Literally the easiest thing ever!
How did your vanilla pudding pops recipe with sprinkles turn out? Did you make any changes…we need to know!