Saturday, 28 July 2012

Fudgsicles

Do you ever find yourself sitting in a dusty rose La-Z-Boy recliner, wearing your housecoat, sipping a glass of white zinfandel and wondering, “Whatever happened to Bill Cosby and his JELL-O Pudding Pops?”

It’s a mystery that has haunted me for years. But now that I’ve found this recipe, I can only ask, "Bill who?" These icy treats are somewhere between a Fudgsicle and a Pudding Pop. Best of all? Two ingredients!

I had a hard time finding popsicle molds but got these at Crate and Barrel. If you're desperate, you can always fall back on the ol' Tupperware cup and spoon.

1 4-ounce package instant chocolate pudding
2 ½ cups milk

Mix as directed on pudding package. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze.


Source: Centennial Central School Cook Book











6 comments:

  1. Why do I get the feeling you're the first Caker ever to set foot in Crate & Barrel?

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    1. I can assure you I wasn't. In fact, a caker ahead of me in line was asking where they kept the crates.

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  2. Why oh why did they get rid of pudding pops? I LOVED them.

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    1. I have a feeling they caused cancer.

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  3. A true caker would still have their vintage Tupperware popsicle molds. Just saying.

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    1. A true caker would've used a Tupperware drinking cup (preferably brown or orange) with a spoon stuck into it. That's how we used to roll in my house. Or, for an air of sophistication, use ice cube trays and popsicle sticks.

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