You’re going to love the taste and flavor of these White Chocolate Cherry Popsicles. They’re not only crazy simple to make but they’re crazy good to eat, too!
Now is the time to beat the summer heat and whip up your very own homemade popsicles with ease!
White Chocolate Cherry Popsicles
I’ve actually failed to mention the best part of this simple homemade popsicle recipe…There are literally four simple ingredients to make this from start to finish.
Can you believe they’re that simple to make? Once I discovered that I didn’t have to buy those unhealthy options from the store anymore and could make them all myself, I knew that we were in for a treat.
My boys and I love this simple popsicle recipe os much, it really is a weekly staple in our house. Perfect for a cool treat or a simple dessert!
Can you change the flavor of this white chocolate popsicles?
For sure! All you need to do is change up the flavoring of pudding that you’re going to use and you can create a whole new taste.
Think chocolate pudding, lemon pudding, vanilla pudding, or even strawberry pudding for a fun twist on this simple popsicle recipe.
What other fruits could you add to these popsicles?
While we’re a huge fan of the cherries, you can easily add in other types of fruit as well. Think strawberries, mangos, kiwi, blueberries, bananas, and more!
Have fun with all the options because it’s a super simple way to get more fruits and healthy foods into the tummies of your kiddos.
Are you ready to learn how to make these simple cherry popsicles? I can’t wait to hear what you think!
Ingredients needed to make White Chocolate Cherry Popsicles
- 2 tbsp of white chocolate pudding
- Mini white chocolate chips
- ¼ cup of cherries pitted
- ¾ cup of milk (or milk alternative)
How to make homemade popsicles using pudding
Blend all ingredients together in a blender
Set aside for 5 minutes
Scoop into popsicle molds
When you are ready to serve run molds under hot water for 20 seconds to loosen molds
See how simple this recipe is? Now it’s your turn to give them a try!