Don't miss your chance to play along in the OREO Games. Participate in super fun challenges and vote for your favorites. The prize is HUGE at $100,000! An OREO Pudding Pops recipe is a perfect treat on warm days. Of course, OREO cookies are delicious on their own, but the recipe creations using Milk's Favorite Cookie are endless. Post sponsored by Mirum Shopper. Opinions are 100% my own.
Remember when I stacked OREO cookies on Mike's head for the OREO Games Contest? Well, now it's time to vote! The voting period for the Head Stack challenge is from 4/21 – 5/11. Vote for your favorite participant. Ahem, hopefully, US. 😉 I mean, we also have puppies in our entry.
#OreoGames #Contest – Get your Chance to Win $100,000
There are still other games going on during the #OreoGames #Contest. Participate in the Stack Attack until May 11th and then Trick Shot challenge beginning May 12th. Mark your calendar to come back during each voting period. As funny as these challenges are, the prize is no joke. We are talking about $100,000 up for grabs. So great creative!
If your challenge goes all sorts of wrong, don't trash your creations. Come back for the Epic Fails round of the contest which begins on June 9th. I'll be honest; I am looking forward to seeing the fails the most. It's almost like a bloopers reel at the end of a movie.
Votes are taken into consideration, but ultimately, winners are determined by Mondelez/HW/Mirum.
After you stock up on OREO cookies from Walmart, here's a delicious recipe to create. Not that OREOs need any modification, but an easy OREO pudding pops recipe will make the whole family feel like winners.
Easy OREO Pudding Pops Recipe
Makes 6-8 pudding pops
Ingredients and Supplies:
- 1 small package of vanilla or cheesecake instant pudding mix (3.4 oz)
- 2 cups milk
- 6 OREO cookies, crushed
- Popsicle mold
- Popsicle sticks
- Add pudding to a large mixing bowl.
- Whisk in milk for two minutes until all lumps are gone.
- Stir in crushed OREOS.
- Spoon mixture into popsicle molds and add a stick.
- Freeze for 6 hours or overnight.
- To remove from the mold, run under hot water for about 15 seconds and pull from the mold.
- Store in a sealed bag in the freezer.
I like to use a tart shaper bowl to crush my OREOS. The shaper is also great for making tarts in a mini muffin pan. I used French vanilla pudding this time, but the cheesecake flavor is amazing, as well. The size of my frozen pop molds is 2 ounces which gets you 6-8 pops out of this recipe.
Of course, you can use any flavor OREO cookie and any flavor pudding. Experiment to make all sorts of delicious OREO pudding pops recipes! Let us know what you come up with. Don't forget to join the OREO Games and VOTE!
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