Thursday, August 20, 2009

Fudgesicles



When I was a little girl - I loved fudgesicles. Their creaminess and chocolaty goodness... yum. When I took these out of the freezer and took the first bite, it was almost like I was 5 again, enjoying the final days of summer.


Fudge Pops - From Gayle at Grocery Cart Challenge
{Print Recipe}

3/8 C sugar (I used a little less)
1 1/2 T flour
1 1/2 T cocoa
2 C milk

Combine the flour, sugar a cocoa in a sauce pan, and whisk to combine.


Add milk slowly, and whisk to combine over medium heat.



Heat until mixture thickens, about 2-4 minutes over medium heat, stirring constantly with a spatula.


Pour mixture into a measuring cup, or something with a spout making it easy to get into a popsicle mold.



Pour into mold (we were able to make 6 popsicles from this recipe).



Freeze overnight, and then enjoy!


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ps - the popsicle molds are from Bed, Bath and Beyond.

18 comments:

  1. WHO KNEW THESE COULD BE SO EASY? You have just made my week! I am SO making these tonight.

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  2. Where did you find your molds? I haven't been able to find any that are a good price.
    Thanks for sharing!
    ~Liz

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  3. Oh how yummy! I can't believe they are so easy!!

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  5. I love fudgesicles. Thanks for posting this delicious recipe.

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  6. Ohh, those look divine! I would like to know where you got the molds too. I need to make more of these types of homemade treats:) Also, I just added the Following button to my blog, would love to have you follow it!

    Blessings,
    Cara

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  7. YUM! Thanks!!

    Found you on Life as Mom's blog. :)

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  8. This is my first visit to your blog and I'm sold. I absolutely love fudgesicles. Now all I need is to buy a mold.

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  9. When I was a little girl I used to daydream about someday being old enough to eat fudgsicles whenever I wanted to. Now I am, but I hate how expensive they are. We'll have to give these a try soon!

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  10. Those look yummy!!!

    Thanks for stopping by today. I haven't been around bloggyland much lately because of limited internet access. )C:

    have a great weekend.

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  11. Oh yum. What a glorious recipe. Now if I can only find my popsicle molds :)

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  12. Wow, I'm impressed! They look AWESOME. I'll have to try this one out myself.

    Thanks for sharing♥

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  13. Cool molds! I saw that recipe the other day and thought it sounded good! You make it look good!

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  14. I get my popsicle molds for under a $1 at the dollar store!

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  15. We're totally going to make these... when we finally get to Fargo!

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  16. My kids will love me for making those!

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  17. Oh my gosh YES! I bought molds this weekend, totally going to make these! I'm so excited. :)

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  18. Wow, I just saw my previous comment from 2 years ago, and I guess this is the first post of yours I visited! I didn't realize that! You linked to this post recently and I bookmarked it. Finally making them today.... They are in the freezer now. We had just a little bit of mix left over, so my 5-year-old and I each got to enjoy very small cups of hot chocolate. It was delicious hot, and I'm looking forward to trying it cold! :)

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