Peanut Butter Snickers Ice Cream Pops

These easy SNICKERS® ice cream pops are easy to make, and eat on the go!  Enjoy with a Dr Pepper!

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Peanut Butter Snickers Ice Cream PopsI really thought my life would slow down a little when summer started.  I don’t know why I do this to myself.  Every year, I think summer will be less busy and more fun, and every summer I struggle to stay on top of all the activities.

One of these years I’ll learn.

I’ve started coping by just keeping a few things handy, like camping chairs and big blankets in the back of the car, sunscreen in the glove box, and portable snacks in the pantry.

This week, I decided my portable snacks ought to be homemade, and since I recently purchased some popsicle molds, I figured this was the perfect opportunity to test them out.

Also, it gave me an excuse to eat SNICKERS®.  Let’s just say, the SNICKERS® and Diet Dr Pepper are super easy to find near the registers at Walmart.  And they are both super awesome.

Peanut Butter Snicker Ice Cream Pops from - easy to make, and to eat on the go!Peanut Butter Snicker Ice Cream Pops from - easy to make, and to eat on the go!

Homemade ice cream is actually quite easy to make, even without an ice cream machine.  Knowing that, I should probably make it more frequently than I do.

My all-time favorite ice cream flavor?  Well, actually, it’s chocolate.  (No surprise there.)  But my second favorite flavor?  Peanut butter.  And it must must must use real peanut butter and not some kind of peanut butter flavored syrup.  Because…  gross.  Just gross.

Therefore, I used peanut butter ice cream, with some chopped up SNICKERS® bars in it, to make these ice cream pops that are perfect for busy summers.

Peanut Butter Snicker Ice Cream Pops from - easy to make, and to eat on the go!Peanut Butter Snicker Ice Cream Pops from - easy to make, and to eat on the go!

By the way, as long as we are talking about Snickers, #CollectiveBias and I would like to share some good news with you.

Right now, there is a coupon available that will give you $1 off your purchase of (2) SNICKERS® 2-to-go bars and (2) 20-oz. bottles of Dr Pepper!  Click here for the coupon.

Here are the details:

  • 20 oz Diet Cherry Dr Pepper
  • 20 oz Cherry Dr Pepper
  • 20 oz Diet Dr Pepper
  • 20 oz Dr pepper TEN
  • 20 oz Dr Pepper
  • SNICKERS® 2-to-go, SNICKERS® Almond 2-to-go, SNICKERS® Peanut Butter 2-to-go

Additionally, there is a #Refuel2Go sweepstakes happening!  Once you purchase your (2) SNICKERS® 2-to-go bars and (2) 20-oz. bottles of Dr Pepper, just email or text your receipt to for a chance to win one of 250 Walmart gas/gift cards.


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Peanut Butter Snickers Ice Cream Pops
Easy peanut butter ice cream with Snickers, made into portable pops.
Recipe type: Ice Cream
Serves: 8
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk (14 oz)
  • ⅓ cup peanut butter
  • 2 Snickers 2-to-go bars, roughly chopped
  1. In a stand mixer, whip cream until soft peaks form.
  2. Add milk and peanut butter, and mix well, making sure mixture is smooth. Fold in chopped Snickers bars.
  3. Pour mixture into popsicle molds. Insert sticks and freeze for 5-6 hours. To remove, run hot water over the molds, taking care not to get water on the ice cream.


10 thoughts on “Peanut Butter Snickers Ice Cream Pops

  1. Carmen

    Awesome, awesome, awesome!! Another great one to print out. The snickers ice cream bars were one of my favorite treats growing up. Can’t wait to give this a try!

  2. Carmen

    And, hey, I wonder if there would be a way to somehow incorporate a layer of chocolate to the outside of these ice cream bars. That would make them even more awesome.

    1. Jen Post author

      Carmen, believe me when I tell you that I definitely considered that! I’m certain it’s possible, for someone with a paintbrush and a lot more patience that I. I’m guessing it would be easiest if the molds were already cold, so that the chocolate didn’t pool at the bottom. I will probably try it in the future, but if you do it before me, let me know how it goes!

  3. Carmen

    Hi Jen!

    So I just researched how to do this without the pooling of chocolate and the method that I found involved baking sheets and parchment paper. Also, the pops should be extra frozen before mixing with the chocolate. You’ll go ahead and make your pops with your molds, freeze them solid and then prepare your chocolate. When you’re ready to add the chocolate, you’ll very quickly dip them in the chocolate and place them on a baking sheet with parchment paper and stick them babies in the freezer! Voila! If you do it before me, let me know too! Can’t wait to give it a try, lol. 🙂

  4. Amy

    Why do I always see the yummiest looking stuff online when I’m not doing sugar???? Those pops look sooo good! #client

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