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Tasty and Simple Banana Cream Pie Freezer Pops

Tasty and Simple Banana Cream Pie Freezer Pops

They weren't kidding when they said Florida was hot. I'm not quite used to 90+ degree weather in May, but I'm working with it. Feels like we get a big head start on summer and cool and refreshing beverages are a necessity. That's where these Banana Cream Pie Freezer Pops come in handy. I usually prefer to make my freezer pops in those cute little bathroom sized cups, but I was up for something a little different today. The beauty in this is that you can use whichever pop method you like best, even if it's your typical freezer pop mold. I promise this recipe will taste great any which way you freeze and serve it up.

To make this recipe "slab" style, I poured my mixture into wax paper lined 9" x 9" pan. This mixture is thick enough to stand the wooden popsicle sticks in and they will stay in place. Immediately toss in the freezer for a couple hours. Then, it's easy to pull out the pops with the paper and slice into "slabs". I made 9 this time, but I think 12 would be better for smaller and easier to eat pops. Update - I decided to remake this in the bathroom sized cups for photos, they looked horrid in slab form.

Easy to make banana cream pie pops that taste like a decadent dessert on a stick. Mmm!


This Banana Cream Pie Freezer Pops recipe tastes just like a decadent dessert, but frozen on a convenient stick fit to keep you cool during this hot time of the year. Ready to dig in? The real banana, banana cream pudding, whipped topping flow together nicely and bites of cookie take it right over the top. Nom.


banana cream pie pops

Banana Cream Pie Freezer Pops


  • 2 Cups of Loosely Crushed Golden Wafer Cookies (such as Nilla brand)
  • 2 Cups Prepared Banana Cream Pudding (from 3.4 oz size)
  • 1 8 oz Container of Whipped Topping (such as Cool Whip)
  • 2 Ripened Bananas mashed


  1. Combine all of the ingredients together completely. Pour into your popsicle molds of choice. Freeze for approximately 2 hours to set. Makes approximately 10 small bathroom cup sized pops or 9-12 slab pops.
Nutrition Information
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 1274Total Fat 41gSaturated Fat 28gSodium 779mgCarbohydrates 218gSugar 124gProtein 11g




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

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Wednesday 10th of June 2015

Wow, this looks great! My kids love pops and my daughter loves making them with me. They have been on an orange creamsicle kick lately but I would bet I could get them to switch to these in heartbeat! Pinning! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty this week!


Thursday 4th of June 2015

These sound delish,Dawn! I don't have popsicle molds, but don't mind using paper cups to get the job done. After all, who could deny themself a banana cream pie popsicle? Can't wait try these! So much easier than baking a pie. (Gotta love that!)

Dawn Lopez

Friday 5th of June 2015

It's really the best of both worlds. It's pie, but it's also a little like an ice cream pop. Genius? Maybe. =D

Barbara Montag

Wednesday 27th of May 2015

Oh wow we would all love these! thanks for the recipe

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