"A frozen dessert fit for a king or your kids, this is a banana and peanut butter frozen pudding pop." — John W.
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1 (3.5 ounce) package
instant banana pudding mix
1 1/2 teaspoons
warm peanut butter
Because I did not have instant banana pudding on hand, I used instant chocolate pudding. I wanted a richer flavor so I used a can of evaporated milk and just added 2% milk up to the two cup mark. I took The Bunny Chef's tip and used two tablespoons peanut butter instead of two teaspoons. These froze up nicely, I just used dixie cups with popsicle sticks stuck into them. I think the peanut butter could even be doubled again to four tablespoons for next time. These turned out a very good cold treat.
Made these today. I found them more icy than pudding-like. I mixed in the warm peanut butter as the pudding was setting. I poured it into the mold just before it thickened completely so I didn't have to spoon it in and make a mess.
I made this with sugar free pudding and did just what the recipe said with the peanut butter, I warmed it in the nuke for 15 seconds and it blended perfectly. My children fell over when they had this, they just loved it and so did Mom! Use name brand PB only!
My 4 year old loved these frozen pudding pops. I didn't have any issues with seperation of the mixture, used peter pan peanut butter, warmed it only slightly enough to stir easily into the pudding. Only thing different was I added a sliced of banana to the bottom of my cup to hold my stick in place. Thanks john
These are fabulous! I made them expecting my daughter to enjoy them, and she did...but my husband liked them even more! I had no problems with the peanut butter separating. I used Skippy and I used a heaping tablespoon because I knew we would want a stronger PB flavor. Maybe the separation occurs with the natural peanut butters but another thought is to only warm the PB just enough to blend into the pudding. This would be a fun recipe to experiment with different flavor combinations and I plan on trying sugar free pudding to see if that will work. Great fun, thanks John!
These tasted great- although I followed the exact recipe, when the pops were frozen, the peanut butter separated to the top and to the bottom. I kinda enjoyed it though. I was like the old fashioned creamsickles with the cream on the bottom!! Very tasty!
Alright John W. you got a frozen sweet tooth like me.
Awesome. only thing I MIGHT add is a drop or two of low sugar or sugar free hersheys chocolate syrup. like a reeses pnut butter cup with banana chaser. lol.
great great recipe John I'd give you 10 stars if it were possible. Kids love'm (the ol' man does too) hehe :-)) double smiles on this one..
Really good. I didn't measure the PB just scooped. Kids really enjoyed these. Thanks for the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
'King Of Rock' Frozen Pudding Pops
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 21
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