COOL WHIP – Making Everyday Treats Better!

Thank you COOL WHIP for sponsoring this post. Join us on Facebook for inspiration and recipes for everyday treats. What you add makes it. #coolwhipmoms Listen, I’m just going to come out and say it – I never had COOL WHIP Whipped Topping as a kid. I know, I know! My parents never bought it, and I don’t remember having it at any friend’s house. Such a sad life I led. Anyway, when Clever Girls Collective sent out the word that they were looking for bloggers to make a recipe with COOL WHIP and write about it – I jumped! Especially when I found the perfect recipe for my pregnant self.

I’ve had a bit of a sweet tooth during my pregnancy.  While Double-Stuf Oreos were my dessert of choice for the first few months, recently it’s changed to Fudgesicles. Mmmmm Fudgsicles. So delicious, but I don’t want to spend all my money buying them at the grocery store! And so I found a recipe that makes a great everyday treat for me (and the Baby Bean!)

Chocolate Pudding Pops

Ingredients
– 1 package JELL-O Chocolate Sugar-Free Pudding
– 2 cups Fat-Free Milk
– 1 cup Sugar-Free COOL WHIP

You obviously don’t have to use Sugar-Free or Fat-Free for any of the ingredients if you don’t want to!

Chocolate Pudding PopsDirections
1. Beat pudding mix & milk in medium bowl with whisk for about 2min.
2. Stir in Sugar-Free Cool Whip.
3. Spoon mix into small paper/plastic cups.
4. Insert wooden sticks into the middle of each. (or if you forgot to buy wooden sticks like me, use plastic spoons or whatever else you can find in your house) 🙂
5. Freeze for 4 hours or until firm.
– To remove from cups, run under warm water.

100_0352This was possibly one of the easiest recipes I’ve made, which excites me since its a treat that I love so much.  My cups were pretty small, so I was able to get about 8 “pops”. Mmmmm chocolately frozen goodness!  And even though I think you could get away with making this without the COOL WHIP – why would you?  It totally makes it better.

I love being able to find recipes that replicate the store-bought goodies I adore!  First – it’s usually less expensive when I make it myself.  And second – I hope that these recipes that I make and collect will become recipes that my family will remember fondly years down the road.  🙂

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Comments

  1. This looks like an amazing summer treat!

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