Andes Mint Pudding Pops

These Andes Mint Pudding Pops are jam-packed with Andes Mint goodness. The perfect summer treat.

These Andes Mint Pudding Pops are jam-packed with Andes Mint goodness. The perfect summer treat. Get the SUPER EASY recipe on!

Frozen Treat Week continues today with more popsicles on Rachel Cooks! Told you I’m obsessed. Another thing I’m obsessed with?

No, not popcorn.

Okay, yes…popcorn…but that’s not what I am talking about right now. We’re talking Andes Mints! I seriously love the things and could eat them by the truckload.

These mint pudding pops are full of minty goodness. And of course chocolate. Chocolate mint is a match made in heaven if you ask me, and then put it in popsicle form and everyone is a happy camper. I really filled these popsicles with mints and every bite is like biting into a really cold, really chocolately Andes. Pretty perfect for summer, if I do say so myself.

These Andes Mint Pudding Pops are jam-packed with Andes Mint goodness. The perfect summer treat. Get the SUPER EASY recipe on!

They couldn’t be easier to make, either. Whip up some chocolate pudding, stir in the Andes, pour (spoon) into popsicle molds and freeze. Then the only thing left to do is eat! You could share them too. That would be the nice thing to do.

PS: These are the popsicle molds I use.

Andes Mint Pudding Pops

These Andes Mint Pudding Pops are jam-packed with Andes Mint goodness. The perfect summer treat.

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  • one 3.9 ounce package of instant chocolate fudge pudding
  • 1 3/4 cup 2% milk
  • 28 Andes Mints, roughly chopped (quartered)


  1. Whisk milk and pudding mix for about 1 minute or until it begins to thicken. Stir in chopped Andes mints.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds, tap down to remove air pockets, and freeze until firm (at least 3 hours). Once frozen, remove from popsicle molds and enjoy immediately.
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Verdict: Loved these mint pudding pops! I loved letting them melt a little and eating them with a spoon, too. But I’m weird like that.
Husband’s take: Too many Andes for him (“It’s a little much.”) But I think he’s crazy.
Changes I would make: None.
Difficulty: Easy.

andes mint pudding pops nutrition label

Actual nutrition may vary depending on how recipe is prepared.

Looking for more of a classic? Try plain homemade pudding pops! Chocolate not your thing? Then maybe these playful funfetti pudding pops are for you.


These Andes Mint Pudding Pops are jam-packed with Andes Mint goodness. The perfect summer treat. Get the SUPER EASY recipe on!
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  4. What a great, simple recipe! I agree, you can never have too many mints, these sound so refreshing sweet.

  5. creative pops! will have to try to make these.

  6. I’d make peach ice cream!

  7. Such a smart combination! I love mint and chocolate together…and in a fudge pop. OMG!

  8. Anything packed with Andes mints is perfection in my book!

  9. I’ve yet to make pudding pops… must make some soon!

  10. These sound heavenly. Mint and chocolate is one of my all time favorite flavor combinations. So refreshing.

  11. The cupcakes are adorable and I am sure yummy too! My daughter and 3 granddaughters 7, 5, and 1, are coming to live with me for the school year while their daddy goes to OTS and some other military training for 6 months in two different states before being assigned to a post. They love to bake with their grandma and these will be fun to do and eat. Can’t wait!

  12. Tell your husband he is crazy because there’s no such thing as too many Andes mints!! I cannot wait to try these. My hubby is going to be smitten, because he adores anything chocolate and mint (like more normal adults. :)

  13. I keep saying that I need to get some popsicle molds and STILL have not done it! eeerrr! I need some of the pudding pops!

  14. can I just say, I LOVE the verdict moment. I love hearing what you all thought. I know it’s simple, but it’s awesome. FYI. ;)

  15. I just happen to have Andes mint pieces in my pantry right now. I can’t wait to make these!

  16. Love Andes Mints and you can never have too much! This is a perfect after-dinner dessert on these hot days :)

  17. Chocolate-mint is my all-time favorite flavor combination so these are right up my alley! I don’t keep Andes mints on hand because I have no self control, but I can’t wait to pick some up and make these!

  18. How could there possibly to much andes in there? LOL!!! I love those candies. I am making these as soon as I get home. You’ve sold me.

  19. Rachel, I would be so tempted to just lick the bowl clean before freezing these bad boys! Nothing like mint and chocolate to make me swoon. My goal this summer is to make some frozen pops and this is going to the top of my list. Thanks for sharing!

  20. I think I need to make pudding pops next, I just got (tiny!) pop molds and I am aching for a fudgsicle. Also at a party someone randomly left Andes mints at my house!

  21. When I was growing up my grandparents always had Andes in the candy dish. These popsicles are making me feel nostalgic in the absolute best possible way right now :)

  22. NO.YOU.DIDN’T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I heart you times a million!!!

  23. I’m thinking I would start with this- yum-o!!! Love those mints.

  24. I just bought those popsicle molds and I can’t wait to make these– I love a chocolate mint combo!


  25. I LOVE Andes mints – what a fun twist on pudding pops!

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  28. OMG…this sounds SO good! I love Andes mints!

    If I won, I’d make some cookie dough ice cream….it’s my favorite!

  29. These are amazing! I am such an after-dinner-mint girl and this sounds like the perfect summer dessert when I want something refreshing but also rich & creamy.

  30. best update to a pudding pop!

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  33. A certain boyfriend of mine MIGHT just propose if I make these for him since he’s a mint chocolate FANATIC. Doing it.

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  35. I think I would absolutely love these! I’m waiting for my popsicle molds to arrive in the mail and then I will be giving these a try for sure!

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