Why choose just one flavor for your frozen pudding pops when you can swirl together two? Alone, chocolate can seem overpowering, and vanilla a little too plain. But take equal parts chocolate and vanilla, swirl them together, and you have the answer for the most indecisive palate. If chocolate or vanilla is not your thing, swirl in some butterscotch pudding instead.
Special equipment: You will need freezer pop molds for this recipe. We used these molds, but any kind will work. If yours don’t come with sticks that attach securely, you can buy wooden sticks and insert them 1 hour into the freezing time.
You will also need an instant-read thermometer for cooking the pudding.
This recipe was featured as part of our Make Your Own Pudding Pops project.
For the chocolate pudding:
To swirl and freeze the pops:
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