Creamy Pumpkin Pie Popsicles

While the calendar may say it is fall, it’s certainly not feeling like it here in Florida. And despite my attempts to make it feel like fall inside our home by burning apple and pumpkin scented candles, it has been in the 90’s this week and it has been pretty yucky and humid! What’s up with that, yo?!! As I was driving home from work this week, I got this idea to make these amazing creamy pumpkin popsicles. I drove straight to the store to get the ingredients. Back in August, I saw this recipe for oreo popsicles from Kita at Pass the Sushi. I bookmarked her recipe because it sounded so simple and looked so delicious! I used her base of cream cheese and Cool Whip for these pumpkin popsicles and they turned out SO good!! (By the way, Kita, I also made your PB Oreo version, they were amazing!).

The best part about these popsicles is that they are really low in fat and really low in sugar! I used fat-free cream cheese and sugar-free Cool Whip. These pops were the perfect fall treat for these never-ending warm days!

Creamy Pumpkin Pie Popsicles


– 1 8-ounce package fat-free cream cheese

– 1 container sugar-free Cool Whip, thawed

– 3/4-1 cup canned pumpkin (depends on how much pumpkin flavor you want!)

– 1 1/2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice

– graham cracker crumbs (optional)


1. In a bowl, whip the cream cheese until it is light and fluffy. Add in the pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice and mix until well-combined. Fold in Cool Whip. Pour mixture into molds and sprinkle some graham cracker crumbs on the bottom. Freeze overnight.

– Note that I didn’t indicate a serving size for this recipe. How many popsicles this makes will depend on your popsicle molds. Mine are pretty big so I only got 5 out of this. But, if you use smaller molds or dixie cups, you will get more!
– I did not add sugar or artifical sweeteners to this because I felt they were already sweet enough for my tastes, but you can certainly add some if you would prefer!
– While I really loved the graham cracker crumbs with these, I found that most of the crumbs just fell right off when I removed them from the molds and it made quite a mess. Not sure if I would use them again. If anybody has better suggestions to make them stick better, please let me know! :)



  1. Ohh those look and sound great. It’s still hot here too so I’ve been thinking of doing a fall-type popsicle. I’m sure the kids would love this one!

  2. Delicious! I live in Florida too….and the change in weather is so subtle that I judge the season by the card department in the stores!

  3. MMmmmmm….I love pumpkin!!! And these popsicles look so amazing and creamy!

  4. These sound freakin awesome! I used low far cream cheese and qhipped cream too – took some of the guilt off ;) Thanks for the shout out.

    • Thanks, Kita! My mind has been reeling with all of the different types of popsicles you could make with this cream cheese and whipped cream base!

  5. What a novel idea – love it! It sure doesn’t feel like fall here in Houston either!

  6. These popsicles look absolutely delightful. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Amen to craving some cooler weather. Us Floridians really need crisp air. I am over the heat!

    Have a great weekend.


  7. Pumpkin Pie in popsicle form? Oh yeah, totally making these =)

  8. This is perfect for the calendar saying fall and it still being in the 80’s here in Texas. These frosty treats look delicious. Yum!

  9. Mmmm I’m LOVING all these pumpkin recipes, I especially love these!! How creative! :)

  10. OMG – love these!!! Really obsessed with anything pumpkin but what a cute idea!!! Totally stealing this one :) ;)

  11. Oh! How cool is this idea! No pun intended lol. I love pumpkin pie ice cream so this would be right up my alley. As for the crumbs, could you possibly mix them in rather than use them on the outside?

    • I thought about mixing the crumbs right in, but then I thought it might just turn out grainy and not really have that “crusty” feel. I’m thinking maybe try to find a way to swirl the crumbs in so they aren’t just fully mixed in. Either that or I might try crushing my own next time so I can leave them in bigger chunks instead of a fine crumb! Either way, they were so tasty! :)

  12. Yummy and refreshing, just what us Florida peeps need. Gotta try these!!!

  13. Those are so fun–I love that you’ve even got the crust in there!

  14. I don’t think I have ever seen a pumpkin pie popsicle but let me tell you I would eat one in a heartbeat. They sound fantastic and I absolutely love pumpkin pie.

  15. These are perfect since Fall decided to play a trick and bring on hot and humid weather in October. What a great idea!

  16. These look delicious – and we have higher temperatures here than usual for this time of year, so these are a great idea!

  17. It is definitely not fall weather here either! I love this idea. Such a perfect way to enjoy the best fall flavors in this heat!!

  18. Oh those look delicious! Love the creamyness!

  19. Whoa baby! That’s some sweet dessert!! Sounds heavenly :)


  20. Very fun Stephanie – these ghoulish pops look delish!!

  21. What a great idea and so simple. I love the ingredients of these and the color that they produce, how fun!

  22. Genius! My nephews will finish their veggies just to make sure they get their serving of these cool treats! They’ll never know this is another vegetable serving…LOL! Thanks for this recipe!

  23. Wow, looks refreshing and yummy!! certainly doesn’t feel like fall here too,its still too hot :) am bookmarking this page, the popsicles are a must make :)

  24. OK, as a rule we don’t spend a lot of time with popsicles, probably because we don’t have kids, but this recipe will definitely be the exception to the rule. How cool – no pun intended- is this. Love pumpkin pie and the idea of a Pumpkin Pie Popsicle is just yummy! Very creative!

  25. I’m in love with these!!! Pumpkin ice cream is one of my favorites, love the spin on this. I need to make these ASAP.

  26. Thank you for the new pumpkin idea, Stephanie! These look amazing. I’m always on a quest for more pumpkin recipes for the fall season and this is a brilliant twist that I never would have imagined.

  27. These sound amazing. Graham cracker crumbs… Genius! Why does everything you make look so darn delicious?

  28. This looks really good. I’m still new to canned pumpkin and spices, but I’m so interested in making this. I love American pumpkin flavors!

  29. Wow! These look and sound amazing!! Great idea!!

  30. Holy cow Stephanie! These look awesome. I love to make ice cream all year round…so many flavors to choose from through the seasons! But I never thought to keep making popsicles after summer….until now! Oh how I love anything pumpkin!

  31. You are just on a popsicle little binge aren’t you! yum!

  32. Mmmm, looks really good! something new to try…

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  35. Yummy and refreshing. Thanks for sharing!

  36. Yummy and refreshing. Thanks for sharing!

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