These no-cook chocolate dipped vegan and paleo fudge popsicles are a healthy twist on the classic summertime frozen treat.
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer—or what I like to refer to as popsicle season. To properly usher in the carefree days of summer that lie ahead, I’ve decided to get a jump on the season with some chocolate fudge popsicles.
Easy to make and oh so satisfyingly chewy and chocolaty, these paleo fudge popsicles remind me of summer in the best possible way.
There’s just something about beach days, picnics and backyard barbecues, that makes me want to eat things like ice cream and popsicles with abandon as I blame the heat. It seems like summer brings out the kid in me and I don’t mind one bit.
These no-cook vegan fudge pops are a twist on the classic summertime treat. They’re incredibly easy to make, fun to eat, and only require a handful of ingredients. Made from cashews, dates and raw cacao powder they are entirely raw and dairy-free but still rich and chewy like a good chocolate popsicle should be.
I like to dip them in chocolate and sprinkle them with cacao nibs to up the chocolate factor even more. When the chocolate coating hits the frozen popsicle it hardens immediately creating a beautiful thin, crunchy shell. The crackly dark chocolate shell melts in your mouth as you bite in and the crunchy cacao nibs also add a nice contrast to the silky chocolate center.
Fudgy, chewy and heavy on the chocolate, I can’t get enough of these and summer hasn’t even started yet!
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