Cherry Vanilla Pudding Pops

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What was something fun that I could make for my niece and nephew in the midst of a really hot summer? Why, pudding pops of course! I say that as though I had actually made some before…. πŸ™‚

Adding the cherries was a last minute decision, and I am so glad I did! Absolutely delicious!! Perfect compliment to the vanilla!

I am not sure who loved them more….the kids or me! The three of us finished them all off in one morning (yes, I did say morning)…to our credit though, they were quite small! πŸ˜‰

So, since we loved them oh so much, I had a feeling that you fellow party goers would too. Enjoy these cool treats Fiesta Friday friends! See you at Angie’s place!

Angie, as always, thank you! And to you Julianna and Elaine….excited you are co-hosting this week! Let the party begin! πŸ™‚

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Cherry Vanilla Pudding Pops

*Created by Lori at Creating Beauty in the Kitchen

Ingredients:

  • 1 can of thickened, refrigerated coconut milk
  • Honey (to taste)
  • Pure vanilla extract (to taste)
  • Fresh Cherries

Directions:

  • Make pudding by combing coconut milk, honey, and vanilla. Combine with hand mixer. If it is not thick enough yet, put in freezer or refrigerator for a while.
  • Meanwhile, wash and chop your cherries into small pieces.
  • Then, when it is ready, pour the pudding a little at a time into little cups or a mold, layering with some cherries, then more pudding, then more cherries, etc.
  • I had to put the pops in the freezer for about an hour before I could put the sticks in. Once the sticks are placed in the middle of each pop, let freeze over night.

Come join the party!

Lori9

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76 thoughts on “Cherry Vanilla Pudding Pops

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  2. Hey Lori! Vanilla Pudding Pops? Oh this sounds like the perfect treat for your hot weather! I love the idea of the cherries you added to make them even more summery! I hope you brought a ton of them because you know they are going to disappear quickly with our hungry FF gang! Happy Fiesta Friday to you my friend! πŸ˜€

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    • Hi Julianna! Thank you so much….they really were refreshing! Thanks for co-hosting….I knew you would be a wonderful co-host! Appreciate you!!

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  3. Okay! That’s why they were finished in a flash – these are so small. I think I could finish one in two bites. πŸ˜€ The addition of the cherries sound good, Lori. The sun is striking hot outside and I could use some of these. Happy FF21 to you! ❀

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  4. Lori – what a great idea! I can see why both you and the kids liked them so much. I really must get more creative with coconut milk – there is obviously more to it than a Thai green curry! Happy FF 21!!

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  5. Looking at this is torture! I want one so bad, hahaa! I can’t blame you for polishing them off this morning, and I think adding the cherries was a realllyyyyyyy good decision. This is sooo great for summer, I’ve actually been wanting to make something like this for a while now– it’s finally getting hot in NH so I’m on the hunt for stuff like this, thanks for sharing Lori!!

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  6. One more thing! I just realized I have left over coconut cream and fruit from our kabobs this morning! Omg, I am soo making this today!!!! I know what’s for dessert tonight! πŸ™‚

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  7. Love the pudding pops Lori, and loved the addition of coconut milk. These look super tasty, I would be afraid to make these, because I know I’ll hide it from everyone and will probably be a huge piggy! I like your mould too, where did you get it from ?

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    • Thanks so much Loretta! Hehehe….yes, they were hard not to keep eating! πŸ˜‰ I had to remind myself that I made them for my niece and nephew! πŸ˜‰ I got the mould at Walmart….was around 6 dollars.

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  8. Oh my gosh…. what was it you said? “I say that as though I had actually made some before…” Haha… this whole post screams “Master of the Pudding Pops”!! They look so delicious..so refreshing. I love cherries to begin with, but then to combine them with coconut milk? That’s just crazy delicious. LOVE this. And yes…these would absolutely be gone in the morning at my house too! Probably before anyone else was up, so that I wouldn’t have to share! ❀

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  9. Lori these look amazing! I was looking for something creative to toss into the freezer to counter this heat and your recipe is perfect. Can’t wait to try it! πŸ™‚

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