Avacodo Protien Fudge Pops. After I shared my Chocolate Avocado Pudding recipe, a few people told me on Instagram that they were great as pudding pops. I finally got around to trying it myself and WOAH, they were so right! These creamy Fudge Pops are crazy easy to make and they freeze into the most delish popsicles.
You could even feel good about feeding to your kids for breakfast! You'll be sure to get the coolest parent award for serving fudgesicles at breakfast! These Avocado Fudge Pops are a simple dessert just screaming for summer. You can have Avacodo Protien Fudge Pops using 11 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Avacodo Protien Fudge Pops
- It’s 2 of Ripe avacodo pited and chopped.
- Prepare 1 cup of Full fat coconut milk.
- Prepare 1/4 cup of Chocolate Shakeology or your choice protein powder.
- It’s 1/4 of Cocoa ( if the protien using isn't chocolate).
- It’s 1/4 of Sweetner of choice: stevia, honey, purred dates, maple syrup, agave or coconut nectar. ( only if your protein powder is not sweetened).
- Prepare 1 of Optional add ins; maca powder, stevia to sweeten, cinnamon, espresso powder.
- It’s 1 dash of Sea salt.
- You need of Nut butter magic shell.
- You need 1/4 cup of Nut butter of choice I used cashew coconut honey cinnamon butter made my juicer a recipe will follow..
- Prepare 2 tbsp of Coconut oil.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Optional sweetner.
As Memorial Day has come and gone, we are now in full blown summer and I can't stop won't stop working on tasty summer recipes. Avocado is an awesome healthy fat. But it's uses outshine burrito bowls and guacamole. The avocado gives the popsicle a creamy, silky base, and coconut milk mixed in helps the popsicles freeze consistently and stay together when you remove them from the mold.
Avacodo Protien Fudge Pops step by step
- Toss all ingredients in blender or mixer with whipping attachment and process till smooth and whipped a few minutes..
- Using a medium ziplock bag line s tall cup to hold open, use a spatula to scrape pudding into bag. Cut a small hole in corner fir easy mess free filling. Pour into Popsicle moulds or silicone baking mould, or I used my cake pop pan. I had to fill each side of the holes then flip together, but your holes may be large enough to keep pan together and squeeze in through the holes. Place Popsicles sticks, tooth picks, lollipop sticks or bamboo skewers into the moulds..
- Place in freezer for at least two hours, depending on how large the moulds are. Make nut butter magic shell to dip your pops when frozen..
- To make magic shell melt all ingredients together in a small pot of bowl in microwave for 15 secs..
- Pop popsicles out of the moulds and then dip upside down into shell coating. Hold upside down for a minute while it hardens..
- Once hardened you can store in freezer bag, or back in the moulds. Makes a perfect healthy snack on a warm summer day! You could even feel good about feeding to your kids for breakfast! You'll be sure to get the coolest parent award for serving fudgesicles at breakfast!.
A few notes: In this recipe, I used shelf-stable coconut milk and also tested it with refrigerated coconut milk (I like the So Delicious and Coconut Dream brands best). Into a blender or food processor, combine avocados with lime juice, Swerve, and coconut milk. Blend until smooth and pour into popsicle mold. Paleo Fudge Pops – a healthy fudge pops recipe! You can't taste the avocado but it makes them super creamy.