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Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

Paleo, Vegan, Minimal Ingredients, Easy, Sugar-Free

Hi, Mama! It’s the middle of a wind chill advisory here in Wisconsin, and my kids are asking for fudge pops. As crazy as it may sound, I whipped up their favorite Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops for an after dinner treat.

Homemade Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops are Paleo, Vegan, AND easy to make. Great icy treat you can enjoy throughout the summer and curb any sweet tooth in the winter.

I swear Mama, these Paleo Chocolate Fudge Pops will become a must make weekly recipe this coming Summer. If my kids are willing to eat them in the dead of Winter your family of picky eaters will scream for these fudge pops this Summer.

Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

These fudge pops are not only a healthy alternative to those chemically filled store bought brands, but they require minimal healthful ingredients that line your pantry shelf.

Almond Milk

If allergies are an issue in your household, simply replace almond milk with equal parts of coconut milk or whatever non-dairy milk your family prefers.

By replacing the milk it may change the taste and texture a bit, but rest assured these fudge pops will be gone before you can say fudge!

My favorite Almond Milk: Kirkland Organic Almond Milk

Raw Cacao Powder

Raw cacao powder and cocoa powder are very similar in looks, but they are completely opposite when it comes to their nutritional profile.

Cacao powder is made by cold pressing unroasted cacao beans. This process allows the removal of fat but keeps the living enzymes.

While cocoa powder looks the same as cacao, it, unfortunately, is roasted at high temperature. The high temperature changes the molecular structure which lowers the nutrient value.

Benefits of Raw Cacao Powder

  • provides antioxidants
  • reduces blood pressure and risk of cardiovascular disease
  • boost mood
  • contains essential minerals – magnesium, iron, potassium, zinc, and copper just to name a few

My favorite Cacao Powder: Navitas Organic Raw Cacao Powder

Chocolate Chips

If you do not have homemade chocolate chips on hand, you can use Paleo-friendly brands like Enjoy Life or use a Paleo Chocolate bar like Hu. You can even make your own homemade healthy chocolate recipe as well.

Whichever chocolate you use, just know your fudge pops will turn out healthy and delicious!

Do note, Enjoy Life chocolate chips are completely free of all the top allergens, but they do contain a small amount of organic cane sugar.

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Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

If you do not have access to a Popsicle mold try this crafty idea:

Fill small paper cups with the melted ingredients (recipe below) and cover the tops with tin foil. Poke wooden popsicle craft sticks through tin foil and place in freezer for 4-6 hours. Remove tin foil and peel paper cup off, turn over, and enjoy.

My favorite Popsicle mold: Ozera Reusable Popsicle Mold

Prepare these fudge pops the night before or early morning and enjoy a delicious healthy frozen treat with the family!

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Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

Homemade Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops are Paleo, Vegan, AND easy to make. Great icy treat you can enjoy throughout the summer and curb any sweet tooth.

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Ingredients

Time needed: 6 hours.

How to Make Homemade Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

  1. Pour almond milk into a small saucepan over medium heat until almost boiling.

  2. Add in cacao powder, salt, and whisk.

  3. Add in chocolate chips and whisk until dissolved. Remove from heat.

  4. Add in vanilla and pour into popsicle molds and freeze 6-8 hours.

Tips & Tricks

  • Add in 1/2 teaspoon mint extract for a chocolate mint fudge pops
  • Replace almond milk with equal parts coconut milk. Or use half almond milk and half coconut milk
  • add stevia or maple syrup to sweeten as desired
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See recipe below for exclusive tips, tricks, and modifications.

Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops Paleo Dessert

Happy Eating!

-Angela


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Chocolate Paleo Fudge Pops

Homemade Chocolate Paleo Fudges Pops are Paleo, Vegan, AND easy to make. Great icy treat you can enjoy throughout the summer and curb any sweet tooth.

Course Dessert
Prep Time 5 minutes
Freeze 6 hours
Servings 4
Calories 148 kcal
Author Angela Blanchard

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups almond milk
  • 1/2 Cup Paleo chocolate chips
  • 2 TBSP raw cacao powder
  • 1 TSP vanilla
  • 1/8 TSP salt

Instructions

  1. Pour almond milk into a small saucepan over medium heat until almost boiling.

  2. Add in cacao powder, salt, and whisk.

  3. Add in chocolate chips and whisk until dissolved. Remove from heat.

  4. Add in vanilla and pour into popsicle molds and freeze 6-8 hours.

Recipe Notes

  • add in 1/2 teaspoon mint extract for a chocolate mint fudge pops
  • replace almond milk with equal parts coconut milk. Or use half almond milk and half coconut milk
  • add stevia or maple syrup to sweeten as desired

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