Thursday, April 18, 2013

Guilt Free Jello Puddin' Pops

By now you have probably figured out that I'm not much of a cook. Why you ask? Simple, I'm not adventurous in trying new things (picky) plus I don't get any enjoyment from cooking at all whatsoever. Maybe one day that will change, but right now it's really not a priority.

Of course with being on a diet, I find myself wanting dessert after dinner but usually don't cave for fear of undoing all the good from the day. When my friend pinned this Jello Pudding Pop recipe, I knew it would be perfect for me! It's only 1 weight watchers point AND doesn't require advanced cooking skills. WIN WIN!

So for this week's "Saw it. Pinned it. Did it." I made Jello Pudding Pops to take to work for a guilt-free afternoon snack.

1 1/2 cups of milk
1/2 cup of light vanilla yogurt
1 package of sugar free, fat free chocolate or vanilla Jello pudding mix
Simply mix all the ingredients together in a bowl until it's smooth and creamy. I had a little trouble with this step and decided to whip out my mixer to get rid of all the "powdery magma" (aka lumps). Then all that's left is to pour into popsicle molds and pop in the freezer!
I didn't have popsicle molds so I used little Dixie cups instead.
Update: I just had one for dessert with my lunch, and it was DELICIOUS! Because it was frozen, I had to work for it so I felt like it was so much more than just 3 ounces! I recomend these to anyone who needs a little chocolate fix without the guilt that comes after!


  1. those look really good!
    smart to use dixie cups...i don't have a popsicle mold either and that has kept me from ever making popsicles--so thank you for the tip, Melissa :)