Creamy banana pudding popsicles are easy to make with only 3 ingredients: banana pudding, vanilla wafers, and frozen bananas.
For more banana pudding desserts try these incredible banana pudding cookies, this cool and creamy no-bake banana icebox cake, or my easy banana pudding cupcakes.
Whether you are looking for an ice-cold dessert to enjoy this summer or a new banana dessert to make, you are going to love these yummy banana popsicles.
They are cool, creamy, and just plain yummy.
For more tasty banana teats try our banana cream cookie cups, glazed banana bundt cake, banana pudding poke cake, or double chocolate banana muffins.
To make these frozen banana pops you will need:
- banana pudding – Jello Instant Banana Cream Pudding or homemade
- frozen banana slices – slice and freeze 2 bananas or grab a bag of frozen banana slices at the store
- vanilla wafers – NILLA wafers or generic, crushed
You will also need the following supplies:
Making these frozen banana pops is easy.
Simply alternate adding banana slices and pudding to your molds, then top off with vanilla wafer crumbles.
Add popsicle sticks and freeze for 6 hours, or until solid.
Looking for even more yummy banana pudding dessert ideas? Try this cool and creamy banana pudding pie (no bake!).
More Easy Popsicle Recipes
Banana Pudding Popsicles
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- 2 ½ cups banana pudding
- 1 cup frozen sliced banana, about 2 bananas
- ½ cup crushed vanilla wafers
- Place 1-2 banana slices into each popsicle mold. Fill the mold halfway with banana pudding, using a spoon to push it down around the banana slices as needed.
- Add 1-2 more banana slices, more pudding, and finish off with a sprinkle of vanilla wafer crumbles.
- Place the lid on the mold, insert popsicle sticks, and freeze until solid (6-8 hours).
The nutritional information provided is automatically calculated by a third party and intended to serve as an estimate only. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
Raina Marianito says
I made these and they are pretty sweet. Maybe even too sweet. But it was a decadent snack. I would make them again as I love bananas. Thx for the recipe!!
Maybe adding cream cheese to the pudding it won’t be so sweet. Just a suggestion.
I haven’t tried it, but I bet these would taste good using crushed/ground toffee topping instead of vanilla wafers.
Theresa Williamson says
How about sprinkling them with Heath crumbles?
Then it ain’t gonna be Nanner Puddin’!!!
B S B says
I haven’t made this but if it’s too sweet I
Would use vanilla pudding, bananas and wafers.
Maybe use vanilla pudding instead of banana🤔