Love Cake Batter? This Cake Batter Popsicle Recipe Is For You
We are big popsicle fans in my house. My 5-year-old and I make our own using various ingredients poured into our favorite Zoku popsicle molds. Because you control what goes into homemade popsicles, you can end up with more natural, low-sugar options than you may find at the grocery store.
Now that being said, I would drop everything and try a cake batter popsicle even if it weren’t homemade because it sounds downright delicious. But the ladies over at SkinnyMom have shared a recipe that is low in sugar (only 5 grams per popsicle) and just 72 calories, to boot.
Here are the ingredients you’ll need:
- ¼ cup white cake mix (dry mix only)
- 1 (1-ounce) box sugar-free instant vanilla pudding (if you aren’t into sugar substitutes, you could use the real sugar version instead)
- 2 cups unsweetened almond milk
- 2 tablespoons rainbow sprinkles
Get the recipe on Skinny Mom.