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I remember in elementary school once a week or so my mom would be give me money for ice cream at school. Almost every time I chose the fudgesicle. It is definitely my favourite popsicle.
Just the smell of them now instantly floods my mind of memories from school. I can see the classrooms and remember lining up at the teacher’s desk to put in our “order” before lunchtime.
And while we can easily just hop in the van and go to the grocery store for this favourite childhood treat it is so much more fun to make them ourselves.
The kids LOVE making them. They ask pretty often to make them and want to be part of every step. Waiting for them to freeze they don’t love quite as much. Every so often Pepper will come running around the corner and ask if they are ready yet. But when they are ready I think it’s worth the wait and I am sure she agrees.
And I know that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover or anything but I found a way to make these delicious fudgesicles look even more delicious. And somehow looking more delicious has made them taste more delicious. It’s amazing.
I feel so profesh when I pull out my new stainless steel popsicle molds. Aren’t they pretty?
I really love it because the molds are separate from the stand. I put the molds upside down in the stand then fill them up with delicious chocolatey-ness. Then I can put the lids on which have rubber holes (removable for cleaning and replacing in the future) which grip onto the reusable bamboo sticks that came with it.
Have any of you invested in a good popsicle mold like this one? What kind do you use? What kind have you tried and definitely did not like? The very first one I bought was from Tupperware and was so disappointed when it broke after the first use! That’s sort of why we felt good about spending a little more on this particular mold. We knew we were gonna use these a lot and wanted something that was going to last. And not just for one summer. I believe these will last for many many summers to come!
Anyway, so just stick it in the freezer like that and once they freeze pull out one at a time as you eat them. I really love Onyx Stainless Steel Popsicle Mold especially after throwing away so many plastic ones because they break when you try to get the popsicle out.
Anyway, enough about the mold and onto the reason we are all here: chocolate. Chocolate fudgey popsicles.
This recipe couldn’t really be any easier.
The 2 Ingredient Fudgesicle
If you are in the mood for a variation I highly suggest blending up some frozen cherries and throwing them in there with the milk and chocolate pudding. That was sooo good! I imagine you could blend up just about any fruit in there to make it even tastier. What do you think would taste good blended up into this easy 2 ingredient fudgesicle?
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