white chocolate-berry pops

By sexyswamprat

  • 1 4 serving size pkg instant sugar free white chocolate pudding mix

  • 2 c fat free milk

  • 5 to 8 drops of blue and/or red food coloring(optional)

  • 1 c fresh or frozen blueberries, raspberries, or chopped strawberries

  1. Pepare pudding mix according to package directions using the 2 cups of fat free milk. If desired, divide pudding among three bowls. For blue pops, stir 5 to 8 drops blue food coloring into one portion. For pink pop, stir 5 to 8 drops of red food coloring into another portion. For white pops, leave remaining portion plain.

  2. Let pudding stand for 5 minutes. Add berries to pudding; stir gently to combine.

  3. Poor or spoon pudding mixture into eight 3-ounce paper or plastic drink cups or frozen-pop molds. Cover cups with foil. Cut slit in each foil top; insert wooden stick into each cup (or cover pop molds according to manufacturer's directions).

  4. Freeze for at least 4 hours or until firm. To serve, remove foil and tear away paper cups or remove pops from plastic cups or molds.

Nutritional Facts

0g total fat
1 mg chol
286 mg sodium
9 g carbs
0 g fiber
2 g pro
.5 carb
carb choices

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4 replies

morris.js 2008-09-22 14:22:18 -0500 Report

Sounds GREAT! This is one I think I will enjoy, (I'm not much of a sweet eater), but I know my son will love them! Thanks for sharing.

Debe Pendice
Debe Pendice 2008-09-22 14:14:32 -0500 Report

Good snack to have, when you crave something sweet, or something cold. I never heard this with SF pudding. I love this idea.