Spring weather is here and that means summer isn’t far behind. One of the signals that hot days are on the horizon are consuming vast amounts of ice cream and we personally love popsicles over here at Life As Mama. This time around, we want them in the form of chocolate popsicles. Creamy and perfect for your sweet tooth, these recipes are bound to be a hit with all the neighborhood kids.
1. Fudge Pops
Made with just two ingredients, these Nutella and Almond Milk popsicles are whipped up in 5 minutes and left to freeze. Did you hear us? NUTELLA POPSICLES. It doesn’t get any better than that, and with a simple recipe like this, it doesn’t need to.
You need this easy recipe so make sure you get a copy at CrazyForCrust.com.
2. Mint Chocolate Popsicles
It’s mint, it’s chocolate- it’s gorgeous mint chocolate popsicles! Real mint leaves, chocolate and coconut milk make this dessert as pretty as it is delicious. When you’re not in the mood for a full-on chocolate dessert, this will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Visit Tutti-Dolci.com for the entire recipe!
3. Avocado Fudge Pops
Oh avocado, you fool me every time with your creamy goodness, and hopefully you’ll fool all the wonderful children too! Cocoa powder, almond milk, maple syrup and some vanilla extract make these the wholesome, but also larger than your average healthy treat that never truly satisfies.
Grab the entire recipe and other ideas for cooing with whole foods at UpRootKitchen.com.
4. Peanut Butter Fudgsicles
Fudge and peanut butter combine with coconut milk for the ultimate, creamy treat in this recipe. Legit fudge is layered around a scoop of peanut butter, and our mouths are watering just thinking about it! Double the recipe so the entire block can enjoy this sweet treat.
Visit AFewShortcuts.com for the whole recipe!
5. Dutch Cocoa Popsicles with Vanilla Bean Magic Shell
Decadent dutch cocoa powder is combined with unsweetened chocolate, then dipped in a homemade vanilla bean magic shell. Can you say delicious? While we’re sure the popsicle is good enough as a stand alone treat, why wouldn’t you add that crunchy vanilla bean goodness if you could?
See how easy this recipe really is at TheViewFromGreatIsland.com.