Funfetti Pudding Pops Recipe {sprinkles!}

Easy to make, festive, and fun, these funfetti pudding pops will be a fun treat for the whole family. Kids especially love these!

Funfetti Pudding Pops |

May I just forewarn you all that I do believe I might be obsessed with popsicles this year? (And I’m obviously obsessed with funfetti — who isn’t?)

I bought these Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds and I’m not going to lie, I wanted to kill someone every time I tried to get a popsicle out. I practically dislocated my shoulder.

But now I think I finally have the hang of it and everyone is probably safe. Including my shoulder. The trick is running them under hot water — I’m sure this is old news to most people, but it was obviously something I had to learn gradually.

Now that I can actually get the stinkers out of the molds (75% of the time), my mind is going a million miles a minute with new popsicle ideas. Let’s just start with pudding pops. Smooth, creamy and nostalgic (PS: if you love chocolate, I have you covered with classic pudding pops or for something really fun, try these Andes Mint Pudding Pops). Plus these funfetti pops are so stinking cute. Kids will love them! And they are a good source of calcium. And sprinkles.


Another great thing about popsicles? Beyond easy to make. These start with an instant pudding mix — whisk it up, stir in the sprinkles and freeze. Done.




PS: One tip! Don’t overmix these or your sprinkles will lose their color and you’ll end up with greyish icky looking pudding pops.

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Funfetti Pudding Pops

Easy to make, festive, and fun, these funfetti pudding pops will be a fun treat for the whole family.

5 / 5 (1 Reviews)
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  • one 3.4 ounce package of instant vanilla pudding
  • 1 and 3/4 cup 2% milk
  • 1/4 cup multi-colored jimmies (sprinkles)






  1. Whisk milk and pudding mix for about 1 minute or until it begins to thicken.
  2. Whisk in jimmies, pour into popsicle molds, and freeze until firm (at least 3 hours). Once frozen, remove from popsicle molds and enjoy immediately.

Nutrition Information

Yield: 4 large popsicles, Serving Size: 1 popsicle

  • Amount Per Serving:
  • Calories: 122 Calories
  • Total Fat: 5g
  • Saturated Fat: 1g
  • Sodium: 102mg
  • Carbohydrates: 18g
  • Sugar: 10g
  • Protein: 3g
Actual nutrition may vary depending on how recipe is prepared.
All images and text ©Rachel Cooks.

Verdict: These funfetti pudding pops are darn good.
Husband’s take: Him and E both loved these fun pops.
Changes I would make: None!
Difficulty: So easy!



Craving More Funfetti?

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Shortbread Cookies
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Salt Water Taffy by The Cupcake Project



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  1. These funfetti pudding pops are so Instagrammable and adorable! As you know I made it a short while ago and it was lovely! Thx for sharing!

    Rating: 5
  2. These are so fun! I loved pudding pops as a kid, but never thought of making my own.

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  13. Loved the idea of these and was so excited to make them with my daughter. However after following your directions the mixture was so thick, almost paste LIKE, and the recipe needed to be modified just to render it pourable, otherwise it never would have made it into the molds. They are in the freezer now. Hoping the results come out as nice as yours.

    • If you whisk the pudding for a long time, it will get thick like pudding. You should be able to still get it into the molds, even if you need to spoon it in. Hope they end up okay for you!

  14. Do you know the nutrition facts per popsicle?

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  16. Hi Rachel- just picked up the same Popsicle molds yesterday,
    Do you have a trick for getting the Popsicle out? Gonna try these tonite!

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  22. Pretty cool! Making them!

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  30. I am not sure I did this right. I couldn’t find 3.4 ounce box so I bought 4 one oz boxes. And it came out supper thick. Is this supposed to be use 3/4 of a box?

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  32. So I just bought the same popsicle molds last week (in yellow though) and I had the same issue trying to get them out! I wasted 3 batches of perfectly good popsicles because the darn sticks pulled out, but the popsicle didn’t. I’m not gonna lie… I was pissed. But finally they seem to be letting up! I think these funfetti pops would be gone in 2 seconds in our house.


  34. When I was a little girl, right next to my Easy Bake oven were my Popsicle molds. Granted it was a long time ago and I was just a kid, but to get our Popsicles safely out of their mold we would run them under hot water for just a few seconds. Then they would slip right out.

  35. i just got the tovolo rocket pops…made watermelon pops which the boys loved…now this recipe is perfect since i have a box of pudding mix just laying around wanting to be used up! it is going to be a great summer making popsicles!

  36. These are definitely FUNfetti pops Rachel!! They look gorgeous and I can imagine that they’d be an incredible addition to any kid’s (or adult’s!) birthday party or picnic. The molds are a beautiful shape, despite the ‘dislodging icy-pole’ problem that you initially experienced! Yikes!

  37. Sprinkles in popsicles? I am so in!

  38. This look so delicious!! I’m going to have to make these soon!

  39. My eyeballs are shooting out hearts. I LOVE the idea of funfetti pudding pops! How perfect is this?!

  40. Oh wow, these look incredibly yummy! I love making popsicles and this is unlike any other flavor I’ve seen!

  41. I just bought a popsicle mold a few weeks ago. I’ve been wanting one for years.
    This is such a simple and fun idea! Who doesn’t like sprinkles?

  42. I love pudding pops, and your popsicle holders are so cute!

  43. These are so fun, Rach! I’m a fool for sprinkles!

  44. Funfetti pudding pops – no way!! What a super fun, simple idea!

  45. So cute!! Funfetti is the best :)

  46. I love pudding pops, and this is a great spin on them – super cute!

  47. Any way to get more sprinkles in my diet is okay with me! Love this.

  48. These are too darn cute! And, as well as know, sprinkles make everything better!

  49. Who doesn’t love pudding pops and sprinkles make them a kazillion times better! These are so fun!

  50. These are so cute and such a great snack for the Summer.

  51. YAY for them finally coming out of the mold. Pudding pops are so much fun and I love making them. I got a popsicle mold a few weeks ago and have been making pudding pops like crazy! I’ll have to make some of these!

  52. Rachel! These look so fun and soooo darn good! My kids would totally flip if I made these… bookmarked for the weekend! :)

  53. Eeee I love how fun and colorful these are!

  54. Oh. My. Goodness! Screw the kids (sorry little ones) hand those sprinkle treats on over to me!

  55. Oh my goodness, my kids would die with excitement!!

  56. I need to find my popsicle molds so I can make these! Yum!

  57. Pudding Pops have always one of my favorites!! How fun to add sprinkles!

  58. These are so brilliant!!!

  59. Is it wrong that I may be making these in like three minutes… for myself? ;D

  60. My kids will eat anything in Popsicle form! I love how you added the sprinkes – so pretty!

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