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Fantastic Fudgesicles

I am so excited to share this tip with you. Seriously, it’s a game changer for anybody who doesn’t own an ice cream machine!

Ice cream machines can be bulky, hard to store, and, quite frankly, are a bit of an investment/luxury. So how do you make ice cream without one?

Try taking your ice cream “batter” and putting it into popsicle molds! (The game changer!)

Popsicles take minutes to put together and are a fun, inexpensive way to make healthy, homemade treats without the need for an ice cream maker. No more sugar-laden, processed store-bought versions! As an added bonus, get your kiddos involved in the planning, shopping and preparation.

Need a place to start? Try my Fudgesicles. This recipe started as Cinnamon Chocolate “Ice Cream” (it will be featured on my August meal plan!). As I was testing the recipe, the batter took me back to eating Fudgesicles as a child, so I thought why not and I threw the batter into my favorite BPA-free popsicle molds . What a happy mistake!

 

Fudgesicles

Ingredients

  • 3 cans full-fat coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/2 cup honey (increase for a sweeter fudgesicle)
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • popsicle molds

Instructions

  • Place all of the ingredients in a blender. Blend until combined and mixture is smooth. Pour mixture into your favorite popsicle molds and freeze until solid. Enjoy!

 

Want inspiration for other popsicles, check out my recipes for banana ice cream and pineapple raspberry popsicles. And here are some of my favorite popsicle molds: option 1, option 2

I would love to try these with the sluper straw!

What are your favorite homemade popsicle recipes? Have you had success recreating a childhood favorite with real foods? Let me know! And don’t forget to share your popsicle pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Be sure to tag @prepdish and #predish.

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Comments

  1. Joelle Gilmore says

    Our family loved these-thank you! We brought them to the little league field and my DF littles were very excited.

    We also make strawberry coconut milk pops. Same idea with the honey and coconut milk, just blend with fresh strawberries and pout into molds. Now I just need to figure out a GF alternative to that classic “strawberry eclair” pop from my youth.

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