Recipe: Homemade Fudge Pops!

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Who doesn’t love a frozen fudge pop? I was a BIG fan of them when I was younger so I worried that a knock-off “real food” version wouldn’t taste as good as what I remembered…but, oh was I wrong! And in case we need any proof my 8-year-old actually told me I was “acting like a kid” while we were eating them together for the first time. Oops – I must have gotten a little messy and proclaimed how good it was one too many times. :)

Real Food Fudge Pops

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Homemade Fudge Pops
Serves: 10 - 2 oz. popsicles
 
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a medium sized bowl whisk together the syrup, cocoa powder, and vanilla until thoroughly combined and there are almost no clumps left. Slowly whisk in both the yogurt and milk.
  2. Pour into the popsicle molds, add a popsicle stick, and freeze. When you are ready to dig in, run a little bit of warm water on the outside of the molds to loosen them up so the popsicles come out easily. Enjoy!
Popsicle Mold

My Favorite Popsicle Mold

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137 comments to Recipe: Homemade Fudge Pops!

  • They’re in the freezer right now! I loved the taste of the liquid before freezing it; very different than chocolate milk or even melted fudge pops- slightly tart from the yogurt, yet sweet and sticky from the maple syrup. I used raw cacao powder and full fat greek yogurt, making this a pretty nutritious, albeit sweet, treat. I used the silicone squeeze pop molds recommended on this site for freezing smoothies, and then the remainder into a silicone ice cube mold that makes big, perfectly square (2 oz.)ice cubes…thinking about putting them into a long, tall glass with some club soda and whipped cream for a chocolate Italian soda. YUM.

  • Patty

    Hi! I made these and they turned out nicely. One question – When I went to buy “special dark” variety cacao powder (as suggested) the only one I could find said “processed with alkali”. Is this the kind she uses (it was Hershey’s brand) or is there another special dark variety that doesn’t process with alkali?
    Thank you!

  • Olivia

    These were delicious! I made them for the family and they were a hit! So glad I came acrsoss your website. Question: can you substitute the cocoa powder with real chocolate? They were delicious, but I found that the cocoa powder gave it a bit of a weird, slightly grainy texture. Perhaps I did something wrong?

  • Michelle

    I’m getting a 404 on the Molly Suds links. Maybe it’s just me?

  • Michelle

    Oops, sorry. Just realized that the post isn’t new!

  • Tina

    How do you half this recipe :)

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