Chocolate Popsicles


It’s officially Summer time and you will be finding plenty of fresh frozen treats around here in the upcoming months here and elsewhere (I will tell you all about that soon). I always have remembered making homemade Popsicles at home with my mammaw and I just thought it was the most awesome thing ever. Now as a mother I wanted to share that same experience with my son and let me tell you he loves it just as much as I did. I let him help me create the perfect recipe from start to finish. With this chocolate treat we decided to make our favorite winter time cocoa and freeze it so we could have the taste we love all year around.

1/2 cup cream
1 cup milk
50 grams chopped chocolate
1/2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

1. In a saucepan on medium heat add cream milk, chocolate, cocoa powder and vanilla, stirring frequently.  Once chocolate has melted, turn heat to low and continue stirring occasionally for 5 minutes.

2. Remove from heat and allow cooling to room temperature.

3. Carefully pour mixture into Popsicle molds, place in freezer and allow freezing overnight.

Yields: 6 (depending on your molds)

10 fabulous comments:

  1. Lubna Karim5/23/2012

    Wow...love these frozen chocolate lollies.....

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  2. Noor5/23/2012

    Thanks they are hard to not eat them all up lol.

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  3. New Wife5/24/2012

    i usually just freeze chocolate pudding with chunks of banana in it! yum!

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  4. Julie5/25/2012

    Oh. Yum. Things are getting pretty hot where I am, and these look like the perfect way to cool down!

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  5. Dilan Dilir5/25/2012

    looks so tasty dear :D I love chocolate,so maybe I will give this a try :)

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  6. Asmaa5/25/2012

    Salam Alaikum Noor,

    MashaAllah tasty treats and it just so happens i think i've ordered the same lolly/posicles mould just the other day from amazon! eagerly awaiting arrival by post as it's sunny and hot here in england!

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  7. Modestly Me5/25/2012

    love this <3

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  8. Noor5/26/2012

    New Wife I have been thinking how much I used to love Jello pudding pops back home and I should make some. They do not have it here so I guess I would have to make the pudding.

    Julie tell me about it, same here and yea its great for that :)

    Dilian you and me both.

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  9. Noor5/26/2012

    Asmaa I bet you did be careful when you try to take them out I started turning it around and broke one :(

    Mm Thank you :)

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  10. From Yeast to Zest5/27/2012

    o' yumm! This is our every other day project, the boys and I also make yogurt laban pops, better than store bought. Now I want some chocolate ones!

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