Creamy, dreamy pudding pops with a refreshing, sour lemon taste and fresh blueberries. These Blueberry Lemon Pudding Pops are definitely a summer favorite!
** Recipe updated! **
Why blueberries are so good for you
Blueberries are definitely a great meal! They are so good for you! You are:
- Rich in antioxidants that fight inflammation
- Rich in vitamin C to help children build better immunity
- A good source of vitamin K – ideal for bone health
- Shown to improve brain function!
And this dessert is a delicious way to include them in your family day out.
Blueberry Lemon Pudding Pops Recipe
When we tried this recipe for the first time, we made homemade pudding. The mixture tasted fantastic and seemed perfect for freezing. As soon as our popsicles were frozen, we pulled them out and they looked great and tasted good. The problem was with the texture. As soon as they started to soften, the homemade pudding almost turned into a mush.
So we tried, tried again, and finally developed a super tasty and simpler version of this delicious creamy pudding pop. Instead of preparing a cooked pudding, simply whisk the creamy ingredients and pour the popsicles directly over the fresh blueberries.
Fill a popsicle shape with blueberries. Pour the pudding onto the blueberries using a funnel or a measuring cup with a longer narrow spout. We really love this popsicle shape because it makes 10 popsicles at a time! Plus, use wooden popsicles so you don't have to worry about your mold getting lost anywhere in your garden!
Once you've poured the pudding over and put your popsicles in it, put it in the freezer for more than 6 hours. Since we literally filled the mold with blueberries, we were able to get 10 pudding pops out of it!
The results – loved them! They are perfect for small children because the pudding becomes so soft that it is easy to eat.
Frozen yogurt blueberry lemon pie
- 1 Cup Whipped cream
- 1 Cup milk
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 Cup Lemon juice
- 3rd TL Lemon peel
- 3rd Cup Blueberries
Whisk the cream, sugar, lemon juice and lemon zest.
Place as many blueberries in your popsicle shape as possible.
Pour lemon mixture over the blueberries. Put the popsicle ice cream in the freezer for 6 or more hours until it is frozen.
Calories: 124kcal | Carbohydrates: 23G | Protein: 3rdG | Fat: 3rdG | Saturated fatty acids: 2ndG | Cholesterol: 8thmg | Sodium: 36mg | Dietary fiber: 2ndG | Sugar: 17thG