2 Ingredient Fudge Pops
You can have homemade popsicles faster than you think with this great recipe for 2 Ingredient Fudge Pops. When the weather is hot people just want something to cool themselves down. And even when the weather isn't hot, sometimes we crave a little ice cream or a popsicle. These amazing homemade popsicles can be made with only two simple ingredients. That might sound too good to be true but we assure you, this is for real. When is comes to simple dessert recipes this is about as simple as it gets. All you need for this awesome recipe is some Nutella which is a hazelnut spread with chocolate mixed into it. The spread comes from Italy and some people even eat it on toast. It is also great for making chocolate crepes or to use as a topping for cakes and brownies. Some people dip mini bread sticks into the Nutella as well. Nutella is made with sugar, palm oil, hazelnuts, cocoa, skim milk, reduced minerals whey a milk product, lecithin which is soy and some artificial flavour. So Nutella is not vegan as it contains dairy in it. But if you are vegan or lactose intolerant you can make your own Nutella spread with hazelnut butter, cocoa and almond milk with some healthy sweetener.
The other ingredient in these popsicles is chocolate almond milk which can be purchased at any grocery store. Almond milk can be healthier than soy milk for people with soy allergies. Dorothy, the curator at the Crazy for Crust website says that she made these one day when she stocked up on almond milk and nutella at Costco, so you can find a good deal on these products at your local Costco if you have a membership. All you have to do is add the two ingredients together in a bowl and pour them into molds to freeze for at least four hours or more. Before you know it you will have delicious homemade popsicles.
Popsicles came into existence in the early 1900s, when boy named Frances William Epperson age 11, decided to add some powdered flavour into a glass of soda water to make a flavourful beverage. Frances accidentally left the soda outside overnight in the cold with the stir stick still in it. The beverage froze from the cold and the liquid became solid with the stick in it. So Frances pulled it out of the cup and tried it out. He decided that it was a really tasty treat so he tried to make more and shared them with his friends and family members. As the years when on, he began to sell his frozen treats that he called 'Epsicles' at beaches and amusement parks until he applied for a patent for his invention in 1924. His children convinced him into changing the name of the Epsicle to Popsicle which we all know and love to this day. From then, creamsicles were made with flavours like blue raspberry, blueberry, cherry, lime, grape and of course, orange. Thank you Dorothy for this awesome recipe. Enjoy this popsicle recipe and other simple dessert recipes from Crazy for Crust.*
Nutrition Facts for: White Chocolate Caramel Pecan Fudge from Crazy for Crust
Ingredients: Hazelnut spread, Almond Breeze chocolate almond milk.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 177, Calories from Fat 163, Total Fat 18.1g 28%, Saturated Fat 13.0g 65%, Cholesterol 0mg 0%, Sodium 9mg 0%, Potassium 200mg 6%, Carbohydrates 4.4g 1%, Dietary Fiber 1.9g 8%, Sugars 2.3g, Protein 2.3g, Vitamin A 0%, Vitamin C 3%, Calcium 2%, Iron 7%
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