Protein Fudge Pops 

Healthy Homemade Protein Fudge Pops!

Protein Fudge Pops

I scream, You scream, we all scream for Fudge Pops! That’s right! Protein Fudge Pops can be the answer to your craving for frozen treats while not feeling guilty for indulging. What is not to like if you are not going to be spending a lot either. Before you picture a fudge pop, let me tell you that this recipe is probably nothing like you ever tasted before. It is surprisingly creamy and vegan too!

Just like my recipe for Almond Dates Fudge, I had tried replacing sugar with an able substitute and Agave nectar fits the bill perfectly. I’m almost embarrassed to post this Fudge Pop recipe because of how easy it is.  Apart from buying the ingredients, there is not much to do. However, it is so easy that most people don’t even think about doing it! If you are looking for a one-stop shop for all the ingredients, Costco is your best bet! I tried this recipe with a ripe banana, but it is open to what you prefer, as long as you make sure it is ripe. Ripe fruits lend themselves to be mashed for a smooth consistency.

Protein Fudge PopsThe other thing I like about this recipe is just how less time it takes. It took me about 10 minutes from start to finish. Just use the six pack popsicle molds (You get these at any store) and you have a creamy fruit treat waiting for your every weekday! My kids have taken a special liking to fudge pops and I intend to try this with several other fruit flavors.

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Protein Fudge Pops 

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Serving Size: 8- 10 pops

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp peanut butter
  • 3 tsp tahini butter
  • 1 tbsp agave syrup
  • 1 large banana
  • ¼ cup cocoa powder

Instructions

  1. Blend all the ingredients together until you get smooth and creamy consistency.
  2. Pour the Fudge into Popsicle molds.
  3. Freeze for 6 hours or overnight.
  4. Sprinkle sesame seeds and enjoy.

Notes

Add 2 tbsp plant based milk if you prefer little liquid.

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  1. Oh, my these look so scrumptious. We’ve been boiling these days, it’s been unusually hot for the UK, so l can’t think if a better way to refresh than these yummy popsicles.

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