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Homemade Oreo Cookie Pudding Pops

Prep: 10 min Serves 5

Oreo Cookie Pudding Pops Recipe

Prep: 10 min Serves 5

Ingredients

For the Popsicles:

  • 4.2 oz. Oreo Cookies & Cream Jell-O packet
  • 2 1/2 cups milk of choice (I used vanilla almond milk and loved it)
  • Oreo cookie crumbs from 5 cookies

Directions

1

Whisk pudding and milk together. Crush cookies and add crumbs to bottom of paper cups. Pour pudding mixture into cups and top with remaining crumbs if desired.

2

Insert popsicle sticks. Freeze for five hours or longer until completely frozen. Peel paper cup off to serve. This recipe made a total of five pops (I filled each 9 oz paper cup halfway).

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Oreo Pudding Pops

Oreo fans will love this easy to make treat!

If you love the taste of Oreo cookies and the smooth texture of pudding, then you are gonna love these yummy three-ingredient frozen Jell-o Pudding Pops! You can even customize them and use whichever type of milk you prefer (I used almond milk and they came out awesome!). My kids loved them, and enjoyed helping to make these treats too!

How to make pudding pops

Hip Tip: I used five 9 oz. paper cups and popsicle sticks for these frozen treats. You can even use your own plastic or stainless steel popsicle molds instead!

Oreo Cookie Pudding Pops Recipe

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Prep: 10 min Serves 5

Creamy pudding pops featuring oreo cookies, as a fun easy to make homemade treat!

Ingredients

For the Popsicles:

  • 4.2 oz. Oreo Cookies & Cream Jell-O packet
  • 2 1/2 cups milk of choice (I used vanilla almond milk and loved it)
  • Oreo cookie crumbs from 5 cookies

Directions

1

Whisk pudding and milk together. Crush cookies and add crumbs to bottom of paper cups. Pour pudding mixture into cups and top with remaining crumbs if desired.

2

Insert popsicle sticks. Freeze for five hours or longer until completely frozen. Peel paper cup off to serve. This recipe made a total of five pops (I filled each 9 oz paper cup halfway).

Additional Notes

adapted from KraftRecipes.com

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Homemade Oreo Cookie Pudding Pops


Lina (lina@hip2save.com) is an amazing content creator at Hip2Save! She loves cookingthrift store shopping, and DIY projects.


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Comments 16

  1. Calorie overload

    Oreos are 70 calories EACH (the recommend serving size is 2!) and the pudding is high sugar too. This ain’t worth the calories IMO. I’d rather have a few shots of rum 😉

    • Rebecca

      I like your mindset lol.

      • Sara

        I think we could be friends… Also, I just don’t like Oreos; too dry.

        • Calorie Overload

          I agree Oreos can be dry

      • Calorie Overload

        One Oreo in each pop and coconut Creme liqueur instead of almond milk and I’m interested 👍🏽

        • Becca

          That’s kind of genius. Could maybe skip the Oreos & pudding all together…

        • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

          Oh wow! Great idea!

  2. savingstacy

    This is definitely worth the calories to me! I can’t wait to make these they look so good!

  3. Rebecca

    I have not tried these but the Oreo pudding itself is unnaturally delicious….I had some horrible ulcers in my mouth a while back that prevented me from eating much of anything for over a week…I may have lived on this pudding for about 2 days straight lol. No shame here😊

  4. Sandra

    These look delicious! Thank you Lina! I just bought ingredients to make these.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Oh sure! Enjoy Sandra

  5. Sue

    Lina, can I ask what brand of almond milk you used? I’ve tried pudding mix with Blue Diamond Almond milk & it didn’t ever set up or thicken at all. It was the unsweetened type & maybe that is why?

    • Allie

      That looks like the Silk brand. That’s what we use and it’s delicious.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Ya I use Silk Vanilla Almond milk in my morning coffee so I mostly have that in my fridge. I’m sure you could use your favorite brand though.

    • Rebecca

      Sue, I think just making regular pudding with it, it won’t thicken up. But since you’re freezing these, I don’t think it matters in this case.

      • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

        Yes I agree -meant to say that. -Thanks Rebecca!

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