Coconut Fudgesicles

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These coconut fudgesicles are a fun summer treat. I use whipped coconut cream to create a creamy fudgy texture. You will need 2 cans of full-fat coconut milk (this is the kind I like because it’s BPA free).

I have a regular inexpensive popsicle mold, but if you are a serious pop-maker check this mold out…it’s on my wish list!

Coconut Fudgesicles:

Makes 4 fudgesicles

2 cans coconut cream** (where to buy BPA free coconut milk)
1/2 cup honey
4 oz unsweetened baking chocolate (I like this kind)
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

**Make sure you’ve put the cans of coconut cream in the refrigerator the night before you make this recipe.

1. Melt the baking chocolate in a double boiler and set aside to cool.

2. If you want you can whip the coconut cream to create a lighter texture, but it is not absolutely necessary. To prepare the coconut cream, make sure that you’ve refrigerated the cans of full fat coconut milk overnight (where to buy BPA free coconut milk). Scoop the coconut cream out of the can and leave the thin liquid at the bottom.

3. Using a hand mixer, whisk the coconut cream for a few minutes until it’s fluffy. You don’t have to whip the coconut cream, but if you don’t want to whip it, get a whisk or fork and beat it until it gets a little creamier.

4. Add the honey and vanilla to the cream and mix. Add the chocolate and mix.

5. Put the mixture into a popsicle mold and freeze until it has completely hardened.

 

 

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Comments

  1. Kimber says

    I’m excited to try these. I’m willing to give coconut cream one more chance. I only buy full fat and have tried several organic brands and the product always tastes like plastic to me. :~( I’ve only had one can that didn’t but can’t remember what brand it was. Do you have any brand recommendations?

  2. Sheila Daniel says

    I found Grace brand Pure Creamed Coconut at the store, it comes in a 6 oz box and is solid at room temp but squish-able. The only ingredient is creamed coconut. It is a product of Sri Lanka and not labeled as organic. Would this product do for the fudgesicle recipe?
    Thx
    Sheila

  3. Linda says

    I noticed this recipe calls for coconut ‘cream’ but the link goes to coconut ‘milk’ …. are they the same thing?
    i can;t wait to try some of your recipes… they sound yummy!

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