Creamy Nutella Popsicles

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It’s pretty much summer and that can only mean one thing: popsicles! Popsicles are so refreshing after a hot day and they’re SO easy to make. I recently bought this new popsicle mold (a more traditional shape than my rocket ship popsicle mold) and wanted to test it out.

Instead of making a fruit juice based pop, I combined COOL WHIP whipped topping and Nutella to make a creamy, rich popsicle that’s perfect for a light dessert. All you have to do is give the ingredients a quick trip to your blender, pour into a mold and just like magic you’ll have an incredible snack or dessert to cool you down.


Nutella COOL WHIP  Popsicles

Makes 3 popsicles

  • 1 cup COOL WHIP
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 3 Tbsp. Nutella

Place all ingredients in a blender. Process until blended, then pour into popsicle molds. Freeze for a few hours, then enjoy.

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    I made this last week for my kiddos in my Zoku Popsicle mold. Delicious! Wayyyy better than traditional fudge pops!!! Thanks!

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    Stephanie, that’s awesome! So glad you like them! I’ve been super curious about getting a Zoku…I’m too impatient to wait for popsicles to freeze!

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  22. Allie writes:

    These look soooo goooood! Can’t wait to try them out. I’ll probably use chocolate milk, though, instead of regular, jyst because I love chocolate so much!!! Thanks!!!

  23. Stephanie Saunders writes:

    The only potential problem with using chocolate milk is that it’s already sweetened, so they may be turn out to be very sweet, so just keep that in mind. You could try half regular milk and half chocolate, or add some cocoa powder for extra chocolate flavor. Hope you enjoy them, Allie!

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