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This Smores Pudding Pop recipe is a fun way to enjoy smores without a campfire. Plus you can pick up all the ingredients at Smart & Final while doing your regular grocery shopping!
I’ve been a little crazy making popsicles this summer once I realized that I could pretty much put anything fun in to a popsicle mold. We love popsicles all summer long and I find that they are a great little treat to hand out to the neighborhood kids, too. My kids spend most evenings outside playing with friends and they usually end up at someone’s house asking for a snack. When they end up at my house, I’ve been handing out homemade popsicles and the kids love them!
These S’mores Pudding Pops started when I was at Smart & Final. I tend to get lost in that store! It’s a great one stop shopping kind of place without the membership fees. I was on the hunt for something and ran across this gigantic can of chocolate pudding. We’ve been making a lot of pudding pops and the amount of small containers of pudding I’ve gone through is ridiculous. I figured this giant can will at least last me the rest of the summer.
But, of course, we can’t have just plain old pudding pops because that’s way too boring. I wandered the aisles a little more and found mini-marshmallows which immediate made me think of s’mores. My kids love s’mores and I was pretty certain they’d love a s’mores themed pudding pop, too. So I grabbed the marshmallows. I went looking for graham crackers and spied a box of mini vanilla wafers. If it’s mini, I love it so I picked up a box of those instead of graham crackers.
Making the pudding pops is super easy. You just layer the ingredients in a popsicle mold (or paper cup) anyway you want. I wanted the marshmallows on top so I put those in the molds first. Then I carefully scooped in the pudding, another layer of marshmallows followed. I crumbed 1 cookie in to each popsicle and finished with a layer of pudding. I made them after dinner one night and popped them in the freezer. They were ready the next morning – not that we ate them for breakfast, but I was tempted!
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