Creamy and Delicious Cheesecake Popsicle Recipe

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Nothing beats a refreshing popsicle recipe on a hot summer day. Of course, you can quickly stock up on store-bought frozen treats, but it’s fun to make your own ice pops in your favorite flavors, as well.

If you’re looking for tasty popsicle recipes, be sure to give these strawberry cheesecake pops a try.

Homemade Pudding Pops

When you make your own popsicles at home, it’s the perfect opportunity to experiment with ingredients and flavor combos.

Here we have fresh strawberries, cheesecake pudding, and vanilla wafers which tastes like strawberry cheesecake.

Strawberry cheesecake pops in a bowl with ice and strawberries.

The crushed cookies are like the cheesecake crust.

You can use vanilla pudding for strawberries and cream instead.

Try your favorite flavors to see what kind of pudding pops you can whip up.

We love all frozen treats in this house. Our freezers are always well stocked with ice cream, freeze pops, and popsicles.

There are tons of goodies found in our grocer’s freezer aisle. But, when you make your own, there’s something to look forward to.

Using ingredients you choose, flavors you love, and the anticipation while you wait for the ice pops to freeze, just makes them taste even better.

Strawberry popsicles in a dish with ice and fresh sliced strawberries.

DIY Popsicle Recipes

If you’re looking for more ways to make your own popsicles, try these recipes out.

Holding a strawberry cheesecake pop with a bite taken out of it.

How long would these homemade popsicles last in your house? They certainly get gobbled up quickly here.

I can’t wait to try other fruits and pudding flavors together. Here are some pudding and fruit combos I want to try. Let me know your ideas!

Pudding and Fruit Combos for Popsicles

  • Chocolate pudding with bananas
  • Lemon pudding with blueberries
  • White Chocolate pudding with raspberries
  • Pistachio pudding with cherries or pomegranates (that one is a stretch)
  • Butterscotch pudding with apples (also, not sure about that one!)

You can also add nuts and candies to your homemade ice pop recipes. I want to make chocolate peanut butter pops. Or maybe strawberry macadamia nut popsicles.

If you do use nuts, I’d recommend running them through a food processor first. It’s hard to chomp into a full nut while eating an ice pop. Or, just use nut butters.

I’m going to need a bigger freezer for experimenting.

Yield: 10 popsicles

Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicle Recipe

Strawberry cream ice pops recipe

Homemade pudding pops that are easy to make for a cool treat on hot days.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Freezing Time 8 hours
Total Time 8 hours 10 minutes


  • 6-8 large strawberries, washed, tops removed, and quartered
  • 2 tablespoons white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons warm water
  • 3.4 oz cheesecake instant pudding, 1 package
  • 2 cups milk
  • 12 vanilla wafer cookies, finely crushed


  1. In a small bowl, add strawberries, sugar, and water and mix well. Set aside.
  2. In a separate bowl, add pudding and milk. Whisk well to combine. Stir in crushed cookies.
  3. Use a 2 tablespoon portion scoop to add pudding to a popsicle mold. A 1 tablespoon of strawberry mixture as the next layer, and finally another 2 tablespoons of pudding to the popsicle mold.
  4. Gently tap mold to release bubbles and place top on mold. Insert popsicle sticks into the mold and freeze for at least 8 hours or overnight.
  5. To remove popsicles from mold, run warm water on the mold and gently pull the popsicles out of the mold. Store in an airtight container or resealable bag in the freezer. 


Use skim milk and sugar-free pudding to lower the calories. 

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Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 popsicle

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 106Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 126mgCarbohydrates: 14gFiber: 0gSugar: 7gProtein: 3g

Nutrition facts are an estimate only.

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  • Has a bit of give so you can easily squeeze the bottoms to release the pops.
  • Lids that help the sticks stay in place.
  • Compact size that doesn't take up too much space in the freezer -- because who has that?
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Homemade ice pops lying on a bed of ice with strawberries.

This recipe was originally published on July 16, 2018.

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Strawberry popsicles on top of ice on plates.

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  1. vickie couturier says:

    oh my goodness I dont know who would be more happier with these ,me or the grandkids,,im really thinking me,i love cheesecake that that looks so good

    1. These look so good! They’re so pretty too – perfect for a party table for summer. Just eat before they melt! 😉

  2. Thomas Gibson says:

    This would be so good right now on this very hot and sunny day in Florida. Although, I would say this would be good year round. Thanks for posting.

  3. Harper's Mom says:

    This sounds delicious! I can’t wait to try it!

  4. cathy siedlecki says:

    This looks delicious! Just what is needed for the really hot summer we’re having in North Carolina this year!

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