Skinny Fudgesicles + Mini-Guide to Creating your own Popsicles

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I started making Popsicles with Chocolate Covered Katie’s Starbucks Frappuccino Fudgsicles! and when they turned out soo good (!!!!), I started experimenting to come up with my own Cocoa Fudgsicles with the ingredients I already have at home.

Have you seen them here and here and here? :D

Katie’s Starbucks Frappuccino Fudgsicles


What are Popsicles?

Popsicles are frozen, water-based desserts. They are made by freezing flavored liquid (such as fruit juice or chocolate milk!) around a stick.  A classic method involves using ice cube trays and toothpicks, although various ice pop freezer molds are also available. (Adapted from here)

What are Fudgsicles?

This frozen dessert is in a flat shape on a stick, but it is chocolate-flavored with a texture somewhat similar to ice cream.

Guide to making Popsicles:

The Popsicles are easy to bite and not numb on the mouth. Thus they cannot be icy or your tongue may freeze. So, to make them, you need to include 1 or more of the following ingredients to your Popsicles to help achieve the aforementioned texture:

  1. blended fruit
  2. concentrated fruit juice
  3. full cream milk
  4. cream (heavy/pouring/whipped)
  5. half-n-half (low fat is okay)
  6. evaporated milk (low fat is okay)
  7. condensed milk (low fat is okay)
  8. creamer
  9. cocoa powder (Tried and True!!!)
  10. agave syrup/maple syrup/ golden syrup/ corn syrup
  11. sugar (in large amounts)
  12. nut butters/ coconut butter
  13. coconut milk/creamer
  14. xanthan gum/ guar gum
Combine 1 or more of these ingredients with flavouring like vanilla extracts and start experimenting! You’ll come up with delicious Popsicles!!

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Healthy Fudgsicles

No. of servings: 4

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Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup agave syrup/ pure maple syrup
  • 1 1/2 cup soy creamer/low fat evaporated milk
  • 1/4 cup soy milk
  • 1/4 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/8 cup brown or black sugar (optional)
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Directions

Mix well or blend all ingredients together. Pour into Popsicle mold and freeze.

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Submitted to Diet, Dessert, and Dogs’ Wellness Weekends!!!

Comments
11 Responses to “Skinny Fudgesicles + Mini-Guide to Creating your own Popsicles”
  1. Ricki says:

    These look great! I recently became quite a fan of fudgesicles, which I hadn’t eaten in years. Thanks for the popsicle/fudgesicle guide, as well. And thanks for submitting to WW this week! :)

  2. Tara says:

    Oh fudgesicles – be still my heart! They are sooooo good!! I think I ate one everyday in third grade. I got the double fudgesicle and split it with my best friend – good memories associated with a delicious dessert = love.

  3. Carine says:

    I’m gonna try this!

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