Last Day of School Fun with Mixed-Up TruMoo Double Chocolate Pudding Pops #TruMoo

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo Milk for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

mixed-up-trumoo-double-chocolate-pudding-pops-recipe While the end of the school year is still over six weeks away here in the Poconos (thanks to Mother Nature and all the snow days), summer will still be here before we know it. Those weeks will fly by. Kids in other areas are already getting out. My nieces and nephews in Indiana get out much earlier! Whether your kids are out today or still stuck inside for another month, this mixed-up TruMoo Double Chocolate Pudding Pops idea will have them celebrating!

Remember those old-school pudding pops that we used to love when we were kids? I can’t find them ANYWHERE now! So I decided to make my own. This is such a fun way to celebrate the end of the year! Surprise your kids on the last day of school with this fun TruMoo Mixed Up Pudding Pops bar! Have it all set up and ready to go! After all, nothing says “summer” like a cool, tasty treat!

Mixed-Up TruMoo Double Chocolate Pudding Pops

What you need: mixed-up-trumoo-double-chocolate-pudding-pops-recipe

  • TruMoo Chocolate Milk
  • Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
  • Your choice of stir-ins (we used mini marshmallows, chocolate chips and banana pieces to make sort of a banana split pop)
  • An imagination!

How to make: mixed-up-trumoo-double-chocolate-pudding-pops-recipe 1. Start by prepping your mix-in area. This is important because once you mix the pudding you have to work fast. Get your mix-ins into bowls and your freezer pop molds all ready to go.

2. Follow the directions on the pudding mix, but use your TruMoo in place of the regular milk. Stop at the part where it tells you to put it in the fridge. Thankfully, since you’re skipping that step, you have a little more than 5 minutes to work! Mine set in about ten minutes outside the fridge, but I think it really depends on how hot or cold it is in your house.

3. Pour some of the pudding mixture into a measuring cup with a little lip spout. Trust me, you want to do this. It makes it so much easier to pour into the molds. mixed-up-trumoo-double-chocolate-pudding-pops-recipe 4. Pour a little pudding mix into each ice pop mold, then let your kids add the mix-ins of their choice. Tell them not to overdo it, you want to leave plenty of room for more pudding mix! IF everyone agrees that every pop should be the same, you can stir your mix-ins into the measuring cup itself and spoon the mix into the molds. It’s more fun to make it a make-your-own pudding pop event, though, in my opinion.

5. Top off each pop mold with more pudding, insert the stick and freeze for about three hours. Run the mold under warm water to get it out, then enjoy!mixed-up-trumoo-double-chocolate-pudding-pops-recipe

Fun variations for your TruMoo Mixed-Up Pudding Pops Other mix-in ideas include: finely chopped nuts, dried fruits, crushed cookies, crushed graham cracker pie crust, or carob chips (for a healthier spin on chocolate chips).

Not a fan of chocolate? Use Vanilla or Strawberry TruMoo and vanilla pudding mix to make different flavors! Or Vanilla TruMoo with, say, Pistachio Pudding mix. The flavor possibilities are endless. Alter your mix-ins to complement the different flavor.

Even if I do find those pudding pops in stores again, I won’t need to buy them now that I know how easy it is to make my own. Especially since I tasted them made with TruMoo Chocolate Milk! Oh, my, goodness! They’re double-chocolate pudding pop dreams come true!

We always have TruMoo in the house, so it’s easy for me to whip up a batch of these any time Jake wants. He’s not a big fan of ice-cream (he does NOT get that from me!), so these are the perfect cool treat. I love that he’s such an avid fan of TruMoo because it helps him get his calcium, protein and vitamins A & D. Plus it’s hormone-free and devoid of high-fructose corn syrup.

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Do you do anything special to celebrate the last day of school? Tell us about it in the comments!

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39 thoughts on “Last Day of School Fun with Mixed-Up TruMoo Double Chocolate Pudding Pops #TruMoo”

  1. Lisa Coomer Queen

    What a great idea! I can’t wait to try this for my grandchildren. They will love them! Thanks! I’ve already got it pinned!

  2. Louanne Baelde

    Our grandkids love chocolate pudding, so why not chocolate pudding pops? Great idea! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Goodness gracious, those pudding pops look and sound amazing. I buy Trumoo and I’d love to try to make these for the kids this summer. We get out in 3 weeks here. They are excited about it.

  4. Fi Ní Neachtáin

    Oh my little guy would love these! He has an obsession with lollies at the moment and it’d be great to make our own with chocolate milk 🙂

  5. Those double chocolate pudding pops sound like a great way to celebrate the end of school! We don’t do anything special, other than go home and be happy that we can start sleeping in.

  6. You know I never thought about making a special treat for the last day of school and my kids love chocolate anything so this may be the winner. Thanks for the idea to start a new tradition

  7. Wow, this looks like a great recipe! I have to try it with my kids! I haven’t made pops with them this year yet – but, hey, the summer has not even started yet! Thank you for a great idea!

  8. I can’t imagine anyone kid or adult not loving one or more of these–I mean really–one would be nice–but two would be heaven!

  9. Ann Bacciaglia

    These look so delicious and refreshing. I will have to pick up some TruMoo and try this recipe.

  10. shelly peterson

    Oh how fun! I loved pudding pops as a kid. I would love to try making these, the kids would enjoy them.

  11. I can see where these would be a big hit in just about any household with kids. However, I know my husband would love these too, LOL. I might have to make them.

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