I’ve been frequenting foodgawker more and more and realized that there’s so many popsicle recipes coming out. So many delicious looking popsicles…that I had to make my own. I grabbed the NoPro Popsicle Mold off of Amazon (nothing beats those awesome old fashioned wooden sticks) and waited my 2 days on Amazon Prime.
When it arrived, I had already made my Cinnamon Roll “Oatmeal” recipe so I said why not? Let’s see what happens and hopefully it’ll be good. Good? No, it was amazing! Especially for those warm evenings you just want something cold to eat that’s easy to grab out of the freezer.
It’s not usually something I do for my recipes, but I decided to make this a “make as much as you want” type of thing. I made 4, but you’re welcome to make all 10 and call it a day. I just wasn’t sure how they’d turn out at first. But, if you’re a fan of chia pudding or an oatmeal breakfast cereal made into a popsicle – this one won’t disappoint you 🙂
What are you favorite flavor popsicles? Let us know in the comments below!
Servings Vary for Cinnamon Roll Pudding Pops (~1/4 cup per Popsicle)
As much or as little of this recipe as you want:
1. Take whatever amount you want of the Cinnamon Roll “Oatmeal” recipe you have made and stick it in the blender. Blend it up as much as you want (or not at all). I feel it helps with the texture and freezing of the final popsicles.
2. Spoon the mixture into your popsicle mold. It takes about 1/4 cup to fill each up.
3. Using your spoon, slide it into and out of the popsicle mold to get out any air bubbles that may be inside. Make sure that you don’t overfill the molds because the top will stick to them otherwise.
4. Put the lid on top of the popsicle molds and slide the popsicle sticks into the slots at the top. You don’t want them to go all the way to the bottom.
5. Put the popsicle mold into the freezer and allow to freeze completely. This can take 3-4 hours (and can stay in your freezer as long as you want).
6. Run a hot water bath in your sink and submerge the popsicle molds into the hot water for 20-30 seconds.
7. Take the lid off of the popsicle mold, pulling and wiggling the popsicles as you pull. They should come out quite easily. Enjoy!
The servings will vary depending on how much you use. Each serving is about 1/4 cup and comes out to 100 Calories, 9.4g Fats, 0.8g Net Carbs, and 2.2g Protein.
|Cinnamon Roll Pudding Pops||Calories||Fats (g)||Carbs (g)||Fiber (g)||Net Carbs (g)||Protein (g)|
|Cinnamon Roll “Oatmeal”||2389||226||83||64||19||53|
|Per Popsicle ( /24 )||99.5||9.4||3.5||2.7||0.8||2.2|