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This recipe is even easier than the last one I posted: it only has 2 ingredients AND it tastes just like a copycat fudgesicle. #win
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Easy 2 Ingredient Fudge Pops
You know what happens when you go to Costco on a day you’re craving chocolate BAD? You come home with two ginormous jars of Nutella, that’s what happens. Then you make a gazillion desserts and try not to eat them. #truestory
However, lucky for you, these fudge pops are one of the desserts I made with that impulse buy. Since these only have 2 ingredients you can make them in about 5 minutes. The hardest part is letting them freeze! (I almost drank the mixture with a straw.)
Not many rich and indulgent chocolatey desserts can be made with only 2 ingredients. I’m trying to think of one as I type and nothing is coming to mind…except this recipe, obviously. So, what’s the #2 ingredient? Liquid. You need something liquidy so that the gooey chocolate spread will freeze into a pop.
Since more chocolate is always better, the second ingredient had to be chocolate too: your favorite chocolate milk!
More chocolate > Less chocolate #truth
It seems that I’ve been all about easy recipes the last few days. Probably because it’s summer and I’m hot and I just don’t feel like working. Also, I’m pretending like it’s fall and baking pumpkin this and candy corn that 4 times a day…so when it comes to what I’m posting NOW, it’s gotta be fast. These pops totally satisfy that requirement.
Remember how I said they only took 5 minutes to make? Totally true. Last week, the day I bought Costco out of it’s Nutella stash, I was craving a spoonful after dinner. We were watching America’s Got Talent and my mind was wandering to what I could make with the chocolate almond milk on my counter.
I got up, made these fudge pops, and was back on the couch before Howard Stern even finished his judgment of the people doing some sort of crazy fire acrobatics. Easy as Breeze, my friends!
What you need to make Fudge Pops
- Nutella: Or any chocolate spread.
- Chocolate Milk: I used Chocolate Almond Breeze but you can use any kind of milk or nondairy milk, as long as it’s chocolate!
How to make Homemade Fudge Pops
I used a ice pop mold for these fudge pops. You need some sort of a mold for them because if you use dixie cups like I did with the lemon pie pops the sticks won’t stand up straight, so beware.
Simply whisk the chocolate hazelnut spread with some of the chocolate almond milk to thin out the spread, then whisk in the rest of the milk. This will make you less likely to be wearing liquid fudge pop, FYI. Now, what if you don’t like Nutella? No worries. You can make these with any chocolate spread (lots or brands sell them now) or even use peanut butter!
2 ingredient peanut butter pops, coming soon to a blog near you.
The richness of the chocolate almond milk added to the chocolate spread makes these a super fudgy and rich ice pop. If you love chocolate you’re going to LOVE these!
Other Frozen Recipes to Try:
Homemade Fudge Pops
- 1/2 cup chocolate hazelnut spread or you can use any chocolate nut spread or even peanut butter
- 1 1/2 cups Almond Breeze Chocolate Almond Milk
- Place chocolate hazelnut spread in a medium sized bowl. Add 1/2 cup of chocolate almond milk and whisk until smooth. Gradually whisk in remaining almond milk. Pour into ice pop molds, add sticks, then freeze for at least 4 hours or overnight.
These silicone popsicle makers are perfect for fudge pops – they slip right out!
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2 Ingredient Fudge Pops are made with chocolate milk and Nutella – this simple copycat fudgesicle recipe is so easy and kids love them!
Last Updated on April 30, 2023