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I love summer. Okay, okay, I’m not fond of the heat and humidity. The blue skies, BBQs, and cool summer treats are winners though. One of my favourite flavours of the season? S’mores. But, I can’t go camping every day, so I have to find other ways to get that delicious taste. This Easy Oreo S’mores Ice Pops recipe is one way to cool down on a hot summer day and get that great taste of S’mores without a campfire. They take very little time to prepare and are ready to eat in about 4 and 1/2 hours.
Easy Oreo S’mores Ice Pops Recipe
Small box of instant chocolate pudding mix
Small box of instant vanilla pudding mix
4 cups of milk
6 graham crackers
1 cup of marshmallow fluff
Optional ingredients – you could add chocolate chips or chunks of a chopped up chocolate bar to this as well or in place of the Oreos. You could also add mini marshmallows (especially if you can find those teeny tiny ones) but I don’t like the texture of them once they’re frozen so I just stuck with the marshmallow fluff.
Whisk 2 cups of the milk with the chocolate pudding mix for a couple minutes until it’s well-mixed and starts thickening slightly. . Roughly crush/chop up the Oreos and stir them into the chocolate pudding.
Whisk 2 cups of milk with the vanilla pudding mix as per the instructions for the chocolate pudding. Roughly crush/chop up the graham crackers. I reserved about 1 to 1 1/2 cracker’s worth in a third bowl. Stir the remaining cracker bits into the vanilla pudding along with the marshmallow fluff.
To assemble the ice pops:
Spoon chocolate pudding into the ice pop molds filling them slightly less than half full. I was able to make 8 small ice pops with a bit of each pudding left over. Results will vary according to the size of your ice pop molds.
Place the ice pops in the freezer for about 15 minutes to allow it to start solidifying. This helps prevent the layers from mixing together. Top the chocolate pudding mixture in the ice pops with the vanilla pudding mixture. I left some space at the top for some of the reserved graham crackers. I also left a little empty space to allow for expansion as it freezes.
Freeze the completed ice pops for about 4 hours until solid. They are beyond scrumptious!