Banana pudding popsicles are a great recipe to add to your summer snack list! Find out how you can make your own at home below!
Banana pudding popsicles are such an amazing summertime treat to cool down with that the entire family will love! They’re really a win-win!
This recipe is quick to make too, so you don’t have to spend your time on a nice day in the kitchen cooking. They only take about 10 minutes to put together!
Now I would advise you to prep them the night before so they can freeze overnight and be ready for the day ahead. They take about 6-8 hours to freeze. If you’re up early in the morning you could also throw them together while your coffee is brewing, and they should freeze up in time for a great afternoon frozen treat!
If you prefer to have everything homemade in your home, you could definitely make your own banana pudding and vanilla wafers, but store bought would definitely be the quicker route!
Can you freeze banana pudding?
Yep! You can freeze it and use it for future recipes if you’re not using all of it in the banana pudding pops or leave it out and create another fun banana recipe with it!
How do you make popsicles without a mold?
There are a few different ways to do this. You could use ice cube trays, especially if you have the ones with a long shape! You could also use a muffin tin, or plastic (or paper) cups, or you can even create your own molds by shaping aluminum foil.
How to make popsicles without wooden popsicle sticks?
You could use plastic cutlery to put into your popsicles before freezing them. You could even try some lollipop sticks if you have them around. You may want to put in two per popsicle to give extra stability since they’re smaller!
If you love the banana pudding popsicles in this recipe, then I’m sure you would also LOVE this frozen banana granola pops recipe, too! If you love walnuts, or are a chocolate lover, then this is another great one to try this summer!
Try out these delicious banana pudding popsicles as a cool treat on a hot summer day!
- • 2 1/2 cups of banana pudding
- • 1 cup of frozen sliced banana
- • 1/2 cup of vanilla wafer crumbles
- Place 1-2 bananas slices in each popsicle mold
- Fillmolds halfway with pudding. Use a spoon to push pudding down around banana slices.
- Place 1-2 more banana slices in each mold.
- Pour more pudding in the molds. Top the molds with cookie crumbles.
- Place mold lid on, and insert popsicle sticks
- Place in freezer for 6-8 hours
I hope that you really enjoy this delicious banana pudding popsicle recipe and that it becomes a family summertime favorite in your family. It’s a great addition to any fun pool party, and is a great treat to help you cool off in the hot summer sun!