Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Rainbow Pudding Pops

I was inspired by these two posts and thought that these Rainbow Pudding Pops would be a fun activity.

And they were. Pretty easy, too. Just make up a batch of instant white chocolate pudding, divide into separate cups, color each cup, and then make rainbow-ish layers in a clear cup (well, it doesn't have to be clear but if it's not, how can you see your layers?!) and stick a popsicle stick in the top. Freeze. Sounds simple, doesn't it? In practice, MUCH more complicated to get those pretty layers. I can't quite imagine how those other bloggers got such pretty lines. Also, I used two boxes of pudding and ended up with very small pudding pops. But that's okay because my children didn't even finish these smaller ones in one sitting. So it was fine.

Loading up the cups:
Pretty rainbow-ish pops ready for the freezer!
The last one, just a mishmash of the leftover colors...
But the verdict? They were yummy and the kids were pretty happy about the whole thing!
Oh, and I haven't even started my High Holy Day sermons. So this is um....procrastination posting?


TheAngelForever said...

Oh wow, those look like a lot of fun. Have to stat making some room in the freezer to make these after BlogHer.

Minnesota Mamaleh said...

yum, pretty *and happy kids? win, win and yet another win! love it, lady!