My Flurry Ice Cream Pops make the prefect quick ice cream dessert any day or night of the week!
My son the ice cream monster named these Flurry Ice Cream Pops because they kind of, sort of, remind him of a blended ice cream treat he orders whenever given the chance. This kids LOVES his ice cream, and is very particular about can be mixed into it.
It’s kind of nice to have someone like that around because he can tell me in a millisecond if a flavor combo sounds good, and he’s almost always right!
If you have kids, or you yourself are an ice cream lover you have probably made your own ice cream pops at least once! I make these for my kids all the time because they’re always SO good!!
Everyone likes something different and that’s just fine. This is just one of the many combos the boys go crazy over. Save yourself some money and make your favorite flavor combo at home.
So let’s take a look…
I always start with a small scoop of the goodies on the bottom of the cup. Kids absolutely love this! My kids always say the can’t wait to tear the cup off and see what the bottom (now the top) looks like!
This variation of my Flurry Ice Cream Pops is probably the most basic of all the varieties I make, but it seemed like a good place to start!
There are chopped sandwich cookies in these pops, along with mini M&M’s, rainbow sprinkles, and of course good vanilla ice cream. All very important groups to my kids!
I have so many more combos to bring you! ENJOY!
Flurry Ice Cream Pops
1 quart vanilla ice cream, softened
8-10 sandwich cookies, crushed (you want to be sure not to crush them too much)
1/2 cup Miniature M&M’s (you can used regular sized M&M’s, or candy coated chocolate pieces, just be sure to crush them a bit)
1/3 cup Rainbow Sprinkles
5-ounce Dixie Brand paper cups
Wooden sticks, lollipops sticks, or decorative paper straws
Additional Rainbow Sprinkles, if desired
1. Combine the crushed cookies, mini M&M’s, and 1/3 cup of sprinkles. Place a spoonful in the bottom of each paper cup.
2. Scoop the softened ice cream into a large bowl, add the remaining cookie and candy mixture. Stir gently with a large spoon, it doesn’t take much to combine the ice cream and chopped ingredients. If you want to add more rainbow sprinkles now is the time to do so.
3. Spoon the ice cream mixture into the cups. Carefully insert a wooden stick into each cup.
4. Freeze for approximately 2 hours to set.
5. Makes approximately 10 (5 ounce cup) sized pops. I got exactly 10, your number may vary a bit.
Makes 10 Servings