Raspberry White Chocolate Ice Pops

We’ve been a bit addicted to ice pops this summer.
We’ve tried recipes from magazines, cook books, and Pinterest.
We discovered what we liked and what we didn’t like.
Then we started making our own concoctions.
These Raspberry White Chocolate Ice Pops are one of our recent creations. They are easy to make, drip free, and are very yummy.
This is the perfect recipe for your kids to try. My girls are able to make them from start to finish with just a little bit of instruction from me.
 
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Ingredients:
1 package White Chocolate Instant Pudding
2 cups milk
1 (6 oz). container of raspberry yogurt
6 ice pop molds (or 6 paper cups with wooden sticks)
1. Combine your pudding mix and milk in a bowl. Whisk together until smooth and thick.
2. Fill your molds 1/3 full of your pudding mix. Add about 2 Tablespoons yogurt to the mold, then top off with your pudding mix again.
3. Run a table knife up and down in each mold to swirl and mix the flavors. Add the sticks. Freeze overnight or until completely frozen.

4. Remove from molds and enjoy!

*Special note on our ice pop molds: I’ve tried many different ice pop molds over the years and these Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds are my favorites. They’re BPA free, the stick stays put, and the shape is awesome. Ours were purchased through Amazon.

You can mix up the pudding and yogurt flavors to come up with fun combinations of your own. Try chocolate pudding and vanilla yogurt, vanilla pudding and strawberry yogurt, or white chocolate pudding and blueberry yogurt. All would be delicious!

What is your favorite ice pop combination?

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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