So, I’ve written before about how much hostility I hold toward whomever made the decision to pull Frozen Jell-O Pudding pops from the market.

I’ve reached out to Bill Cosby a few times, but his publicists assures me he had nothing to do with it.

I was crushed. Like Burples, Bonkers, Dirty Sexy Money crushed.

But then, my friend Sonja of was like, hey B, join my movement of doing crap from your Pinterest boards (because people actually follow through with that shit sometimes, apparently)! That seemed like a lofty request, but I really like her, so I was like, fine but I’m not doing anything from my YAY CRAFTS or YAY TANTRIC boards.

So, I opened my Pinterest account and immediately set eyes on this little fellow

DIY Pudding Pops


Kinda, okay, two things fast. First of all, and sometimes I’m totally guilty of this, too, when I get in a groove and repin things quickly, but try not to put the whole recipe in the pin description. People work hard on recipes, and deserve the click-through. If I am sober and lucid, I try to remember to erase it when I click repin, but even I forget a lot, so a good reminder for us all. But this leads me to…

Second, this pin leads to nowhere. Dude, pin it from the site you find it from. You know, so we have a place to go for reference, and to give credit. I tried really hard to track down the origin of this recipe, but… it’s a little all over. So if it’s you, let me know, and also, I owe you my first born.

So, let’s get started. DIY Jell-O Pudding Pops, no knives required, this means child labor, aka, the two stars of the upcoming series, Hey! Let’s get Awkward and Cook!

Jello Pudding PopFirst the supplies: Milk, Chocolate Pudding Mix, Cool Whip, Popsicle Sticks, and Dixie Cups.

Jello Pudding PopIn a bowl, dump 1 1/2 cups of cold milk.

Jello Pudding PopNext, add your packet of chocolate pudding mix.

Jello Pudding PopStir to mix.

Jello Pudding PopNow, plop in two cups of Cool Whip.

Jello Pudding PopBlend thoroughly.

Jello Pudding PopFor easy freezing, line up your Dixie Cups on a small cookie sheet, and fill each cup about 3/4 of the way full. We got about 8 pops from our mix.

Jello Pudding PopStick a popcicle stick in the center of each cup, the mixture should be thick enough to hold them in place.

Jello Pudding PopAnd then pop them in the freezer for at least 4-6 hours.

Jello Pudding PopToss your spoons, and burn your fudgsicles y’all. My childhood is doing the hammer dance, this recipe is a winner!

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