All you need for this delicious sugar-free jello pudding pops recipe is milk and Jello sugar-free pudding.
That’s right, two ingredients and you have pudding pops!
Children of the 1980s remember those infamous Bill Cosby commercials selling Jello Pudding Pops.
Pudding Pops Commercial
Before all his legal drama?
Back when the frosty ice pop treats were called “Puddin’ Pops”.
They are one of my favorite sugar free desserts.
Did you know?
Pudding Pops originated in the 1970s in Baton Rouge.
Then sometime in the 1990s, they disappeared.
Legend, or maybe just Culinary Lore, has it that Pudding Pops were so expensive to make that they just weren’t profitable.
Yet, in the 1980s, people bought $300 million of Pudding Pops a year.
Then they sold to Kraft Foods, and by the 1990s the wholesome brand seemed to be connected more to Jello shots and Jello wrestling.
I was disappointed.
I missed the creamy deliciousness of a pudding pop.
Your best bet for a pudding pop is to make one yourself!
But the calories!
Here is my favorite dessert recipe for Sugar-Free Jello Pudding Pops Recipe to give you the dessert anytime you feel the craving!
The best part is these have just 60 calories each!
It’s a guilt-free way to indulge.
These Sugar-Free pudding pops are great to have on hand.
It’s the ultimate in frozen treats.
I love the convenience of having them in my freezer–why wait for a celebration?
I told you it’s just two ingredients, and you’re on your way to these frozen treats?!
Two ingredients (Sugar-Free Jello Instant Pudding and your favorite milk (almond milk, coconut milk, chocolate milk, soy milk, whole milk, low-fat milk, vegan milk alternative, whatever!)
So? While we all miss the 1980s, we can cry about it while we whip up these delicious, creamy Sugar-Free Jello pudding pops and then celebrate a new love.
It’s kinda the same.
But this recipe is still delicious!
Here is How to Make Sugar Free Jello Pudding Pops (or the Original Jello Pudding Pops):
Sugar-Free Jello Pudding Pops Ingredient Checklist:
Sugar-Free Jello Instant Pudding (small box)*
2 cups low-fat cold milk (we used Lactaid)
*sugar-free chocolate pudding will make chocolate pudding pops, the sugar-free vanilla pudding will make vanilla pudding pops, etc.
Look for sugar-free pudding flavors or see add-ins at the bottom to customize your flavor.
Make sure the box says sugar-free instant pudding.
How to Make Sugar-Free Jello Pudding Pops
Follow pudding directions: Combine milk and a small box of Jello Instant Pudding in a small bowl.
Whisk until it thickens.
Pour the gelatin mixture into a Ziploc baggie.
Cut the corner of the baggie so the mixture will pour easily.
Fill molds with Jello mixture by gently squeezing the Ziploc baggie.
Freeze for 4-5 hours.
If not using a popsicle mold, use a tray with plastic wrap and insert wooden sticks or plastic spoons for holding.
For mini pudding pops, use the sections of ice cube trays, cover them with plastic wrap, and use toothpicks for holding.
Run warm water over the mold to loosen it and gently pull Jello Pop out.
Makes 6 Jello Pops
Ours had 60 calories each.
Go ahead and make a couple of batches.
It’s okay to indulge in the delicious flavor of these creamy frozen pudding pops.
You deserve one.
I’m not judging if you’ve eaten three.
These sugar-free popsicles are a great frozen treat and a big hit at our house.
They really satisfy the sweet tooth.
Jello Pudding Pop Add-Ins:
Try using different flavored pudding
mini chocolate chips or other flavored chips
dust with cocoa powder
Dip frozen pudding pops in Magic Shell
What are you waiting for?
You might enjoy this recipe using WW double chocolate pudding recipe.
Sugar-Free Jello Pudding Pops Recipe!
All you need for this delicious jello pudding pops recipe is milk and Jello pudding. That’s right, two ingredients and you have pudding pops!
- Sugar-Free Jello Instant Pudding (small box)
- 2 cups low-fat milk (we used Lactaid)
- Ziploc Baggie
- popsicle molds
- Combine milk and a small box of Jello Instant Pudding in a small bowl.
- Whisk until it thickens.
- Pour mixture into a Ziploc baggie.
- Cut the corner of the baggie so the mixture will pour easily.
- Fill molds with Jello mixture by gently squeezing Ziploc baggie.
- Freeze 4-5 hours
- Run warm water over the mold to loosen and gently pull Jello Pop out.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 68Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 108mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 0gSugar: 5gProtein: 4g
The Nutritional Information may not be accurate.