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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Tupperware Make Your Own Popsicles Recipe

By making your own popsicles you save money and provide a healthier snack for your children because you control the ingredients. These popsicle recipes are all super easy to make and kids just love them!

Root beer Float-Sicles Popsicle Recipe

1 liter of root beer
1 gallon of vanilla ice cream

Spoon some ice cream into plastic popsicle containers. Fill the containers with root beer (pour slowly-it will fizz a little). Put popsicle sticks on top and freeze for several hours.

Chocolate Pudding Pops Recipe

1 box of instant chocolate pudding mix
2 cups low-fat milk

Put 2 cups of low-fat milk into the Tupperware Quick Shake Container and pour in box of instant chocolate pudding. Seal and shake until well blended. Pour mixture into the Tupperware Mickey Ice Tups Popsicle Molds. Insert sticks and seal. Place into freezer for 6 hours until set.

Chocolate Strawberry Pudding Pops Recipe

1/2 cup Pudding mix (your choice of flavor)
2 cups milk
1/2 cup sliced fresh strawberries

Prepare pudding mix according to package directions using milk. Chop up fresh strawberries (small pieces) to measure a 1/2 cup. Mix sliced strawberries in with pudding mixture. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 30 minutes, remove from freezer and insert popsicle sticks and freeze again for 3 hours.

Banana Chocolate Pudding Pops Recipe

1 cup milk
1 box Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
2 Bananas

In a blender combine the milk and box of Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix. Blend until smooth. Unpeel banana's and add them to the blender and puree until all of the mixture is mixed smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and insert sticks and freeze for 6 hours before serving.

Orange Popsicles Recipe

1 box Orange Gelatin
1 pkt. Orange Kool-Aid
1 cup boiling water
1 cup Orange Juice

Dissolve the Kool-aid and gelatin in boiling water. Add the Orange juice. Stir until all ingredients are dissolved and mixed. Pour mixture into Ice Tups and freeze for 4 hours.

Butterscotch Pudding Pops Recipe

1 box butterscotch instant pudding
1 cup root beer soda
1 ½ cups water

Combine all ingredients in the Tupperware Thatsa Bowl stirring with the Saucy Silicone Spatula until ingredients are dissolved. Pour into Ice Tups Popsicle Molds and freeze for 4 hours.

Frozen Yogurt Pops Recipe


2 (8-oz.) containers of your favorite flavor of yogurt

Pour yogurt into the Tupperware Ice Tups Mold Set. Fill them 3/4 of the way full. Insert the plastic stick and add the seal. Put the Tups in the freezer until the yogurt is frozen solid.


Thistlemoon said...

My mom used to have something similar when I was little and she used to freeze cranberry or grape juice in them! This really brought me back! :)

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Teresa Cordero Cordell said...

These sound great. My kids are grown so I've tried making "grownup" pops. Last summer my daughter recommended making pina colada ice pops. Boy were they good. Only problem is, I used some funky pop containers I bought at a discount store. It was hard taking them out. I am going to try the Tupperware ones. Thanks for the tip. Nice site.

Jean Chia aka Ms.Yummy~licious said...

wow, great recipes, shelley! Thanks for sharing! I had these popsicles maker frm my grandmother. It has been in the cabinet for yearssss. Now i can make use of it. Thanks again! :)

Jean Chia

Veronica said...

Yummy, frozen root beer floats...I love that idea. I'll bet if you used orange soda instead they would be tasty creamsicles!

Lukeither Willingham said...

My daughter loves, loves, loves, ice cream, popsicles, ice and any thing cold.

She is going to love you for these recipes.


Michelle said...

Thanks for all the awesome recipes to make your own pops...I want to do this for my son.