Popsicles of any sort are fun. Layered popsicles, however, really get attention. They’re a little bit of extra work, depending on the ingredients, but lots of fun to serve.
The key here is making sure each layer is solid enough to support the next layer. That’s not entirely frozen, but not liquid either. Just how soon you can add a new layer depends on what you’re making your layered popsicles out of.
Pudding, for example, can be layered as soon as the pudding sets. That shouldn’t take long, and you won’t have to put the popsicle in the freezer between layers. Fruit juice, on the other hand, will need to be at least partially frozen. Don’t freeze it too hard if it’s at a level where the stick needs to go.
Use pudding, smoothies, yogurt, juice, whatever sounds good together.