Chocolate Malt Pudding Pops: Frosty, Fudgy Malt Perfection

Rachel Gurk | Rachel Cooks

These chocolate malt pudding pops are a fun twist on the traditional pudding pop and are breeze to make. Kids and adults will love them!

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Popsicles and summer time go hand in hand. Or at least they should. These chocolate malt pudding pops are a continuation of my obsession with popsicles.

The funfetti pudding pops were where it all started. But these pops are for the chocolate lover in your life. Which may very well be you. (I know I fall into that category!) They stray a bit from your traditional chocolate pudding pop because of the fun addition of malted milk powder.  

It is a very subtle flavor, so if you prefer more, feel free to add it, or you could leave it out completely if you’re more of a traditionalist. My husband said he could barely taste the malted milk powder in these and of course he was happy because he’s the biggest traditionalist when it comes to food. For the most part. He is (almost) always willing to try new things which is probably a good thing since I’m a food blogger. If he didn’t try new things…well…he wouldn’t eat much.

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My daughter loved these chocolate malt pudding pops too, but that should come as no surprise. She’s a 2.5 year old with a major sweet tooth. Plus, food on a stick? Totally cool. Duh.

The best part of these popsicles is that they take literally two seconds to make. Okay – maybe more like 3 minutes but still! Super fast and easy. Granted it does take a bit of time for them to freeze, but whip them up in the morning and you’ll have a tasty treat by the time the day gets really hot and sunny.  And only 3 ingredients! Couldn’t be easier or more fun.
And you’re getting calcium from the milk. So therefore…

…they are totally considered a health food.

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Enjoy!

    4 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 small package instant chocolate fudge pudding mix
  • 1 3/4 cups low fat milk, 2%
  • 1/4 cup malted milk powder

Directions

  1. Whisk milk, pudding mix and malted milk powder for about 1 minute or until it begins to thicken.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds, add sticks, and freeze until firm (at least 3 hours).
  3. Once frozen, remove from popsicle molds and enjoy immediately.

Notes

- Small package of pudding mix should be 3.9 ounces.


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    Oooo these look so good, on my list to make this summer

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    loved ur blog......great recipes and good clicks

    Brooklyn-farm-girl
    brooklynfarmgirl.com

    I love me some fudgesicles so I have got to try this!

    Amber
    bluebonnetsandbrownies.com

    My husband loves malt. It's like his favorite flavor to add to anything. I can't wait to make these for him!