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Birthday Cake Freezer Pops Recipe

Birthday Cake Freezer Pops Recipe

I've been blogging for almost five years, can't even believe how quickly the time has flown. Every once in a while, something totally cool happens as a result and this was one of those things.  A recipe that I created "Birthday Cake Freezer Pops" quite a while ago for my other blog "Adventure Yum' was featured in a magazine! I nearly jumped for joy when I saw my cute little treats in actual print.  Once stuck behind a desk answering phones, life has changed quite a bit in these last years.

Wow! So easy and GOOD!! Birthday Cake Freezer Pops. Enough Said ;)

Photo courtesy of Taste of Home Magazine.

Putting in the work and setting my own path actually led me to the success I truly desired and honestly needed in my life. I'm truly grateful for that too.

When Taste of Home "Simple & Delicious" magazine contacted me quite some time ago to ask if they could feature my freezer pops my answer was simply YES. I was a little sad because I don't really work on that blog anymore, but it felt like such a WIN!  I want to celebrate by sharing the recipe here... finally. You see, Homemaking Hacks is my baby. It's my pride and joy. I've invested so much time, it feels right. These freezer pops also happen to be one of my very favorite creations to date. So easy and truly delicious.

If you happen to spot or purchase the June/July issue of Simple & Delicious  make sure to check out my recipe in print on page 55!

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Want to try these treats for yourself?

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Birthday Cake Freezer Pops Recipe


  • 2 Cups of Loosely Crushed Golden Wafer Cookies (such as Nilla brand)
  • 2 Cups Prepared Vanilla Pudding
  • 1 8 oz Container of Whipped Topping (such as Cool Whip)
  • ¼ Cup Colored Sprinkles
  • Optional: Mini Bathroom Cups (3 ounce size) I used Dixie Brand, Wooden sticks or lollipop sticks, Extra Colored Sprinkles for decor.


  1. Combine all of the ingredients together completely. Pour into your popsicle molds or optionally the mini bathroom cups and insert your wooden popsicle sticks or lollipop sticks. Optionally you can add some multicolored sprinkles in the bottom of each cup for decor. You could also dip in sprinkles before serving. Freeze for approximately 2 hours to set. Makes approximately 10 small bathroom cup sized pops.
Nutrition Information
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 287Total Fat 12gSodium 16mgCarbohydrates 39gSugar 27g

Since I'm feeling sentimental, I want to thank you so much for stopping by and if you're a regular reader an even bigger thank you! I'm going to have to "cook" up something extra fun to celebrate my 5th blog anniversary in August! 😉


Do you make your own freezer pops? What are some of your favorites?

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Michelle @ A Dish of Daily Life

Thursday 14th of May 2015

I've never made freezer pops...this is such a clever idea! And I bet the kids love them!

Dawn Lopez

Saturday 16th of May 2015

They will! No kid can say no to cake in any form.


Tuesday 12th of May 2015

These are cute! Food tastes even better when it's cute;)

Dawn Lopez

Saturday 23rd of May 2015

It certainly does. The look is just as important to the nom nom factor as the rest of it. I like my food pretty! ;)


Monday 4th of May 2015

these look yummy! we used to make jello popsicles, using jello powder and kool aid. sugary, but good!

Dawn Lopez

Thursday 7th of May 2015

Ooh Ashley, that sounds SO yummy!!! A fun and easy to make treat! My very favorite!

Susan Ewing

Tuesday 28th of April 2015


I am going to make the cupcakes for my dog He will be 23 years old on the first of May. I cant wait to try these. For the party we are having 5 dogs and 2 ferritts.

Dawn Lopez

Saturday 23rd of May 2015

At 23 years old, I think your dog deserves a cupcake!

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