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Monday, June 18, 2012

Homemade Pudding Pops Recipe

Today was a hot one! With a high of 97 degrees, I declared it a “work all day” kind of day just so I could stay inside. Imagine my excitement when I found the popsicle molds, that hubby ordered for me, in the mailbox! Yippee!

So I wanted to share a very simple and low calorie recipe with you all. A little something to cool you off during this hot weather!

Here’s what you’ll need:

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  • Skim milk (or whatever you so choose, just adjust the calories accordingly), a box of sugar free, fat free pudding mix, and popsicle molds.

Measure out 2 cups of skim milk in the blender and add the packet of pudding mix:

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Mix it up until smoothly blended:

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Have your popsicle molds at the ready:

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And pour the mix evenly into the pudding cups. I have some leftover, so it would have made about 7 popsicles.

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I love these pudding molds. They are from Ikea. Hubby bought me two different sets. These are pink and yellow and the others are blue and green.

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Pop them in the freezer for at least four hours or so:

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And then take them out of the freezer and enjoy them! After a hard day working in the heat, Hubby approves this message!

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Only 45 calories, 8g carbs, 0g fat and 3g of protein per pudding pop!

7 comments:

  1. Yum! These look great Alissa. Call me deprived, I've never had a pudding pop in my life. That must change!! :) Have a great Tuesday.

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  2. I Love Puddin Pops! :) They look Delish! :)

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  3. I just want to say I am at the beginning of an equally challenging weight loss journey... 1/2 my body weight which is 160#. I have only just started in May and am down 21 pounds. Your blog has inspired me and I saved the link. I absolutely love the fact that you have been rewarding yourself frequently! I have been on several diets througout the years and congrats on sticking to this. It's been a long time and you're doing great. Keep it up!

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  4. It's going to be 100 degrees here today (with humidity THROUGH the roof!). We're definitely doing these! Thanks for posting the recipe! My boys will love 'em.

    YOU RULE!

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