Frozen Pudding Dots

I love cooking, baking and creating fun meals for my family.  However as a mom of 2 young boys with another on the way I don’t always have the time and energy to devote coming up with ideas and cooking complex meals.  That is why I love browsing Kraft Canada Food Hacks website.  Filled with fast and easy recipes that the whole family will love, this site will make you look like a cooking genius!  Plus many of the recipes are easy to scale up making them perfect for summer time BBQs and potlucks.  As soon as I started browsing I knew I had to try the Frozen Pudding Dots – not only would they be fun to make with the kids, but they are the perfect summer time treat to top an Ice Cream Sundae!

Frozen Pudding Dots
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4.34 from 3 votes

Frozen Pudding Dots

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 10 minutes
Author Kraft Canada


  • 1 pkg. 4-serving size Jell-O Instant Pudding - you choose the flavour, we made both chocolate and vanilla
  • 1 cup cold milk
  • Sprinkles for decoration


  • Whisk together the Pudding mix and the milk for about 2 minutes. You want the mixture to be thick as you will be piping it out.
  • Spoon into a piping bag with a large tip, or a large sandwich bag that you can cut the corner off
  • Pipe the mixture onto a lined cookie sheet to create "dots"
  • Top with sprinkles and freeze for 2 hours
  • Enjoy with ice cream or by themselves as a cool summertime treat!


22 thoughts on “Frozen Pudding Dots”

  1. Darlene Schuller

    I haven’t visited the food hacks site yet!! Looks like I’m missing out. Thank you so much for the awesome review!

  2. nicolthepickle

    4 stars
    These are really fun looking. I’ve seen them before on pinterest. I would like to try them some day.

  3. Ahhhh those look so neat! I imagine mine would be little blobs, I dont have the icing tools. But still tasty I bet

  4. I consider myself a hacking pro. Not that it replaces going out for dinner (we all deserve that), but I can bring the restaurant experience into my own home.

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