Sugar-Free Fudge Pops (also Dairy Free)

This recipe is so easy and definitely chocolaty! Great for all of the hot Summer days to come!  


Make this recipe to your own sweetness and chocolate intensity.  


You don’t have to spend a fortune on popsicle molds.  I got these last summer for 50 cents each!  I hear they have fancy machines that can freeze pops in under 8 minutes but I will just stick with my green ones for now!  By the way, they have a little straw coming out of bottom to drink any melted goodness. Luckily these don’t melt easy, they hold up very well, unlike ice-cream or regular popsicles that melt everywhere.  


Fudge Pops (Dairy Free)
Makes 4 pops (1/3 cup each)


2.5 oz unsweetened chocolate
2 T coconut oil 
½ cup unsweetened almond milk 
½ cup coconut milk
1 tbsp vanilla extract 
¼-1/2 tsp Almond extract 
1/8 tsp Stevia (to taste)  

  1. In a double broiler, melt chocolate and coconut oil on low heat, stirring occasionally until chocolate is melted.  
  2. Remove from heat and add almond milk, coconut milk, extracts and Stevia. Taste for sweetness and intensity of chocolate.  If too fudgey for you, add more coconut milk.  
  3. Whisk well and pour into Popsicle molds.  Freeze for 3-4 hours or overnight.
  4. After frozen, run mold under hot water for 5-10 seconds for easy removal. 
 
Nutrition
Less than 4 Net Carbs

Comments

  1. says

    what coconut brand of milk are you using? I never have a good experience with those canned milks. i hate the taste of them, but i really want to try these!

  2. says

    @Linda, how did you like them??@vjbakke, yes, you can always use heavy cream in the place of coconut milk. I love how you can interchange different dairies in recipes!

  3. says

    @Alexie, yes, T stands for tablespoon! Hope you enjoy the recipe!@KellyG, if you sign up, you will only receive new recipes as I post them into your email inbox. I haven't posted one since last Friday. Hope that makes sense.

  4. Tracey Gillespie says

    These didn’t come out so good for me. I guess using Truvia is the reason? They were just kind of gritty and not smooth at all. Also kinda bitter.

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