2-ingredient Chocolate Fudgesicles

It’s chocolate fudgesicle season!

Fudgesicles were my FAVORITE ice cream popsicle as a kid, and to be honest, they still are. If I’m eating ice cream on a stick, it’s definitely a fudgesicle BUT a homemade one. These homemade fudgesicles are so incredibly easy to make. You’ll be asking yourself why you haven’t made them sooner. They only require two ingredients and a popsicle mold.

I purchased these super cute popsicle holds on Amazon but you could definitely find them pretty much at any home decor store like Crate and Barrel or Williams Sonoma.

They are so chocolatey, it’s actually insane. Pro tip: don’t wear white while eating these fudgesicles unless you plan on wearing a bib (lol) or rocking a sexy brown stain on your crisp white shirt. I feel like I always get ice cream on my shirt for some reason. Last summer when my best friend and I were at a local dessert bar, I realized mid-indulgence that I had dripped ice cream all along the side of my tank. Like how does that even happen? I’ve even ruined one of my favorite summer tops as a child due to a chocolate stain that just wouldn’t budge. If anyone knows any magical methods to remove chocolate stains, please help your girl out!

You might be wondering, how do you even make creamy popsicles with only 2 ingredients? My secret ingredient is coconut milk in a can. Canned coconut milk is one of my kitchen staples. I use it in sauces and lots of desserts like my no-bake lemon cheesecake. It makes anything you put it in super creamy and decadent!

You will need:

chocolate

coconut milk

(that’s it!)

Feel free to also add mixings to these fudgesicles. You could add chocolate chips, crushed graham crackers, marshmallows, or anything else your heart desires!

2-ingredient Chocolate Fudgesicles

Ingredients:

  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Directions:

  1. Refrigerate coconut cream overnight.
  2. Combine the refrigerated coconut cream (even the coconut water) and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium-low heat or in a double boiler. Heat until melted, whisking occasionally.
  3. Pour into popsicle holds and refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours. Enjoy!

happy cooking,

Sarah

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