The Perfect Strawberry Sundae Ice Cream Pop Recipe | Hudsonville Ice Cream


This post is sponsored by Hudsonville Ice Cream. Hudsonville Ice Cream is about more than just ice cream. For them, it’s all about making life a little sweeter. It’s about the feeling you get, the experience you have, and the people you share a scoop with. Their Midwest creamery has been perfecting the art of ice cream making for more than 90 years. While they enjoy creating creamy, delicious and exciting new flavors, many of their ice creams use a base recipe that was created back in 1926! With more than 50 flavors to choose from, including the world’s best French Vanilla and Dairy Free options, Hudsonville Ice Cream has options for everyone to enjoy. 

This summer has been one that none of us could EVER have imagined.

I’ve always been the kind of mom who loves to have a freezer full of frozen treats to grab throughout the hot summer days, but this year I’m going next level. Maybe because we started eating these frozen treats back in March when we started being trapped in the house 24/7? Yes, that’s probably why.

If you’ve followed Milwaukee Mom for the last year or so, you might have heard us sharing about Hudsonville Ice Cream, a midwest-based creamery. Since we learned about them and tried their ice cream, to say we’re obsessed is a little bit of an understatement. If you like a little bit of luxury when you bring home a carton of ice cream, then this is your brand. It’s so creamy, and their flavors are mouth-watering. Plus they have dairy-free flavors!

Strawberry Sundae Ice Cream Pops

Due to the nature of a summer at home, I’m also a make-at-home mom a lot of the time now. I’m reaching far and wide for the next dessert thrill, and these strawberry sundae ice cream pops deliver. Plus, when they are homemade, I automatically feel better about eating them all. Also, they include FRESH BERRIES. A serving of fruit with a side of ice cream? YES PLEASE.
I used a silicone mold to make these popsicles. Plastic molds don’t seem to work well because it’s hard to get the popsicle out after you let them freeze. With the silicone, you just kind of peel it away. Plus, this pack came with disposable sticks and even some plastic sleeves to store the popsicles in your freezer like they came right out of a store-bought box. Yes, that feature did impress my neighbors when we pulled them out recently, and I was not hesitant to yell “I MADE THESE!” when asked what kind these were.
So mamas, let the creative juices flow. These popsicles are easy AND rewarding (albeit a little sticky) and while I can’t guarantee it, I would say with 99% certainty that they will make your life sweeter and we all need a little bit more of that right now. To find Hudsonville Ice Cream options in a store near you, check out their handy Scoop Locator. Plus get $2 off any flavor by using this coupon! Who are you going to enjoy these ice cream pops with?

Strawberry Sundae Ice Cream Pops Recipe

Makes 6-8 popsicles (depending on your mold)
Blend ice cream, milk, and berries together until smooth. Mix in the chocolate chips with a spoon. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and freeze overnight. Remove the popsicles from the mold and enjoy!


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