Double chocolate almond butter popsicles

Now that the weather is getting warmer I love making frozen popsicles for my kids since they are so easy. These double chocolate almond butter popsicles were the perfect ones for today and my kids loved them.

Double chocolate frozen popsicles | Eat Good 4 Life

Have you ever made your own frozen popsicles before? If you haven’t you truly should start. I actually have a couple of frozen popsicle moulds which work great. Having these have saved me a lot of money since making your own popsicles at home is much more economical than bying them at the store. Healthier too!

Making your own variations is also super easy. You can make any variations of your choice.

For these double chocolate almond butter popsicles I used raw cacao nibs, however, if you don’t have any you can use chocolate chips. I also used almond milk but if you would like to use any other milk that is fine too.

I tend to make other variations very soon. I love nothing but to have my freezer well stocked with these popsicles. They are perfect for a snack and kids are always fond of them.

Well not much else to say about these double chocolate popsicles. If you haven make your own just yet you should.

Enjoy!

Double chocolate frozen popsicles | Eat Good 4 Life

Double chocolate frozen popsicles | Eat Good 4 Life

Double chocolate frozen popsicles | Eat Good 4 Life

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Double chocolate almond butter popsicles

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 popsicles

Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

Drizzle

1/2 cup dark chocolate chips, vegan if you like

Directions:

Place all the ingredients in your food blender and pulse until it comes together. Divide mixture between the popsicle mould and place a wooden stick on each popsicle hole and freeze for at least 3-4 hours.

Before serving the popsicles, place the chocolate chips in a safe microwave dish and melt in 30 seconds intervals until melted.

Drizzle the melted chocolate over the frozen popsicles. Serve.

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7 comments

  1. There is a lot of fat in those Popsicles, especially saturated fat. I am surprised to see it on your website eatgood4life. Sounds delicious but unhealthy, full of bad fats which your philosophy tells us to avoid. None for me thank you very much!

  2. These look amazing! I am definitely going to be pinning these as well as sending out a tweet about them. The drizzle of chocolate at the end tops these off perfectly and makes them look extremely appetizing! Did you come up with these or was this a family recipe??

  3. Such a nice summer treat!

  4. Hola! no aparece en la pagina para cambiar a español las recetas, no esta la opcion!
    hace un mes estaba!

  5. Wow these look fantastic, is the nutrition label considering the chocolate chips or not? Not a huge concern since I will definitely try these instead of buying the unhealthy variety. :P

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