Forget vanilla and say good-bye to plain ‘ol pudding! I’ve revamped my childhood favorite pudding popsicles into these out of this world Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pudding Popsicles! They couldn’t be easier to make and the end result will have you reaching for more.
When your four year old is asking on a daily basis if you are making more Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pudding Popsicles, one might get the hint that she rather enjoys them and you finally cracked the code on this whole dulce de leche popsicle business. And you would be right! Friends, after three prior attempts I finally figured out how to include dulce de leche in a frozen treat and have it actually come out of the popsicle mode in tact.
Remember my Dulce de Leche S’mores Brownies? They were the result after two attempts at popsicles and me simply having to walk away from it for a bit. Well, walk away from the idea. I’d never walk away from dulce de leche!
When I was younger, I absolutely LOVED Jello Pudding Pops. Do you remember those? Bill Cosby was the face of the brand and I couldn’t get enough of them. The chocolate and vanilla swirled pudding frozen onto a stick was such a treat!
But forget vanilla! And say good-bye to just plain ‘ol pudding! I’ve revamped my childhood favorite into these out of this world Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pudding Popsicles! They couldn’t be easier to make and the end result will have you reaching for another. (And another…)
The trick to making the dulce de leche popsicle friendly? No layers! If you attempt to make a layered popsicle using it, it absolutely will never set up. As in I waited days and it never happened. Instead, half of the dulce de leche is mixed in with the pudding and the other half is swirled in almost to the point of being completely mixed in. This is key!
So with the the final days of Summer drawing to a close, be sure to give these Dulce de Leche Pudding Popsicles a try. Or better, yet, better make more than one batch. If you live with anyone else, chances are they’ll expect you to share.