Vegan Unicorn Pudding Pops are a magical way to stay cool on a hot night.
OMG I am so excited about this recipe!
I have been dying to hop on the hot unicorn foodie trend all year. I’ve been juggling my Flippin’ Delicious and my full-time job and haven’t been spending as much time in the kitchen as I did last year.
Some of my best blogging friends and I wanted to do a Gluten-Free Ice Cream Social and Giveaway (we are giving away a $300 Amazon Gift Card…. I wish I could enter! The form is after the recipe at the bottom of this post).
When I was brainstorming my ice cream social contribution I knew I had to make these Vegan Unicorn Pudding Popsicles, I’ve been wanting to make them all summer!
If you are anti-food-coloring this recipe is not for you.
Unicorn everything is a trend I am definitely on board with. I love bright colors, and sprinkles. This time last year I had pink hair. I feel like unicorns are my spirit animal.
My kids also love all the unicorn-inspired treats and desserts. We are big My Little Pony Fans, and Unicorn Drinks, Cakes and Cookies are almost the same as MLP inspired treats…at least in our minds. My girls and I definitely enjoyed these sweet mythical-creature-inspired pudding pops.
Making Dairy-Free Unicorn pudding pops is a cinch. All you need is some sort of popsicle mold and sticks, your favorite vegan pudding recipe or mix and some food coloring. I used Vivian’s Live Again Vegan Vanilla Pudding. I’ve worked with Vivian’s Live Again in the past, however, this recipe unsponsored. I LOVE Vivian’s Live Again pudding mix because it is easy to whip up for a creamy allergy-friendly treat and it is perfect in these Unicorn Pudding Ice Pops.
I already mentioned my mythical creature inspired frozen treats are a part of a gluten-free ice cream social. Check out all of these other icy treats…
- 2 cups prepared vegan pudding (I used Vivian's Live Again Vegan Pudding Mix) *see note
- purple, pink, yellow and blue food coloring
- popsicle molds
- popsicle sticks
- Divide the pudding evenly between 5 plastic zipper bags.
- Squeeze a small amount of food coloring into each bag and mix it with a spoon until evenly colored.
- Snip a small corner off of each bag and layer the pudding into your popsicle molds. Gently swirl the colored pudding with a knife.
- Insert popsicle sticks. (I wasn't using the handles that came with my mold so I covered my mold with tin foil first to hold them in place. )
- Freeze for at least 4 hours.
- To unmold your unicorn pudding pops, briefly dip the mold in luke=warm water.
I have successfully made Jello Brand pudding mix using dairy-free milk. I use 1½ cups of dairy-free milk instead of the 2 cups that are requested. Jello Brand pudding mix was gluten-free the last time I read the label.
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