Reeses Pudding Pops are made with vanilla and chocolate pudding frozen into popsicles with mini Reeses.
Kids like popsicles. That’s a fact. We made homemade fudgsicles several years ago, and those were a big hit for sure. But what I’ve learned as I’ve gotten older and my kid is out of the house is that adults like popsicles too! We especially like popsicles that have candy in them. Pudding and candy all frozen together in a popsicle does sound rather dreamy, doesn’t it?
We first spotted Butterfinger Pudding Pops a while back, and we’ve been making and enjoying those. But because we love our chocolate-peanut butter combination best, we turned them into Reeses Pudding Pops instead.
- instant vanilla pudding
- instant chocolate pudding
- whole milk
- mini Reeses peanut butter cups
How to make Reeses Pudding Pops:
The full, printable recipe is at the end of this post.
They turn out so delicious!
What are the best popsicle molds?
The six cavity popsicle mold pictured is a good one. It’s silicone and has easy release. There is also a 10-cavity popsicle mold that is nice. It’s also silicone and easy release. Those are the two I would recommend.
This recipe can make about 14 popsicles. You certainly don’t have to make all 14 popsicles. Make as many as you have molds to hold, and go ahead and eat the leftover pudding and Reeses peanut butter cups separately. Everyone will be happy with that. Enjoy!
The Best Frozen Dessert Recipes:
- Chocolate Chunk Gelato
- Easy Candy Bar Ice Cream Cake
- Frozen Mint Chocolate Chip Pie
- Cake Batter Ice Cream
- Easy Ice Cream Sandwich Cake
Reeses Pudding Popsicles
- One 5.1-ounce box instant vanilla pudding
- One 3.4-ounce box instant chocolate pudding
- 5 cups whole milk, divided
- 8 ounces Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Minis
- Make the vanilla and chocolate puddings, according to package instructions.
- Transfer each pudding mixture to a pastry bag, and cut a small hole at the end. This is where you will squeeze the pudding through.
- In your popsicle molds, layer chocolate pudding, vanilla pudding and mini Reeses. Repeat layering until the molds are filled. Insert a popsicle stick into each mold, and freeze until solid (at least 4 hours).
- If you don't want to make that many popsicles, just enjoy the extra pudding and Reeses on their own 🙂