Make Your Own Fudge Pops

I am just lovin’ these BPA-free popsicle molds – and so do my kids! They think they are getting a treat, but it’s really a great way for me to sneak in nutrition.

These fudge pops are a delicious way to cool down in the summer heat, and they are super simple to make.

In your Vitamix or food processor add the following:

1 quart yogurt
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1/3 cup maple syrup
3 TBSP chia seeds (optional nutritional boost)

Blend 3-5 minutes or until chia seeds are well blended. After blending, pour unto popsicle molds. Freeze until firm.


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Make Your Own Fudge Pops — 10 Comments

  1. Lea, these pops look great. I have those same popsicle molds and the star-shaped ones as well. We love them! The kids really love all the different flavor pops that I make in them. For the 4th of July I take the star-shaped molds and make layered popsicles in red-white-and-blue. First I use a strawberry puree, then coconut water, then a blueberry puree for the last layer. Here’s an example of a layered yogurt pop I make that everyone enjoys

  2. Any dairy free options of this (maybe with coconut milk)? not sure if you have tried that yet and would have one. Just cannot do milk.. I’m actually down for the count today because I had “mashed potatoes” at a restaurant with my meatloaf and gravy.. NOT even remotely thinking they were probably made with milk and butter. DUH!!!

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