S'mores Pudding Pops

12:00:00 PM

Apparently, I’ve created a monster.

Actually, I’ve created two, absolutely adorable, popsicle devouring two year old monsters.

It started out so innocently when I just wanted to get my money’s worth out of my Ikea popsicle molds that I purchased this past spring. You’ve seen my Grilled Plum and Herbal Tea Popsicles, and my White Chocolate and Strawberry PuddingPops, and my Kefir and Peach Popsicles.

But the monsters…they are still there. We sit down to eat dinner. Two bites into a meal, and one of the twins says, “I wanna posicle.” No, I didn’t abandon my spell check. That’s a direct, phonetic quote. And it quickly goes downhill with both twins asking for a popsicle, and the lovely five year old throwing hints into the mix. And if we’re out and about, and we see a popsicle on a store front, or in the preschool art bulletin boards…the demands continue.

I however, don’t give in to the demands of adorable little monsters…at least, not until they’ve finished their dinner. Then, we bust out some yummy concoctions. Like these lovely s’mores pudding pops.

It’ll make you think about campfires, and sticky sweet treats….without the mosquitoes! And here in the south, I prefer my summertime s’mores frozen—it’s way too hot for a campfire!

S’mores Pudding Pops

1 small box of instant chocolate pudding
Milk as required for the pudding
1cup Marshmallows
1 Graham cracker

Mix up pudding as directed on the box. 

Fold in marshmallows. 

Pour pudding mix into popsicle molds. Break graham crackers into small pieces and slide them into the sides of the molds, then add your popsicle stick.

Freeze overnight, and then enjoy…it’s the perfect remedy for those popsicle monsters!

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