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6.19.2012

Biscoff Pudding Pops



Summer brings busy days filled with fun outside playing in the kiddie pool, beach days, or play dates at the park.

As the temperatures rise I tend to not bake quite so much.... that and Hubs has not installed the AC's yet. It's the end of June we are holding out pretty well! Normally those suckers are installed during the first stretch of 70's in May.... but since we have had such wacky weather since March.... we can't tell when it will be hot or when it will be chilly.

Since I am not baking as many treats for my boys I tend to go the other rout... easy cold treats.

With a jar of biscoff burning a whole in my cupboard waiting for me to do something other than eat it straight. I whipped up these easy Biscoff Pudding Pops.

Man were they GOOD!!



Biscoff Pudding Pops

Ingredients:

1 cup Biscoff Spread
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup cornstarch
2 1/2 cups milk
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 cup mini chocolate chips

Directions:

In a sauce pan whisk milk, biscoff spread, salt, and sugar together on medium/low heat until  they start to come to a low boil. Whisk in cornstarch continue whisking until mixture becomes thick and pudding like, about 5 minutes. (will get thicker as it cools as well) 

Pour pudding into your popsicle molds. (I got 8 pops... depending on the size of your molds you may get more or less)


Top each pop (which will be the bottom when removed from the molds) with  your mini chocolate chips. Add your sticks/mold covers and freeze for 6 hours. 



  



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17 comments:

  1. A frozen Biscoff pop, genius! I so need one of these.

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    1. Thanks!! You should try them, so yummy!

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  2. Oh man. I bow down to you, queen of the Biscoff. These are gonna get made some day for sure!

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    1. LOL thanks! I can't get enough of the stuff!

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  3. Awesome idea! These will definitely be making an appearance at my house!

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  4. What a great idea! Love that last picture :)

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  5. These pops look so delicious, Carrie! Such a creative use of Biscoff spread, too. I bet your son loved them almost as much as you did! ;) Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Georgia! Owen did LOVE them! They were a hit with the whole fam.

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  6. I saw these and thought: Oh no, you didn't! lol This is pure genius, Carrie!

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    1. Thanks!! Ice cream is next on the list!! I can't bake with it so I need to start getting creative...

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  7. oh wow, these sound AMAZING! + i love the addition of the mini chocolate chips. too fun, carrie!

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  8. I just bought a popsicle mold so you know I'll be making these very soon!

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