paleo fudgesicles

paleo fudgesicle

PALEO FUDGESICLES – winner, winner!! Not too much explanation needed here…it’s hot, we love chocolate and why NOT make fudgsicles to enjoy all summer long! A classic childhood favorite and we all know it was so hard to stop at just one, right? This variation may make you feel less “guilt ridden” in enjoying maybe two!

You can make your own chocolate almond milk for these PALEO FUDGESICLES or pick up your favorite unsweetened almond milk, oat milk or even raw milk, your choice! We recently purchased an Almond Cow so making milk of all sorts has become a new adventure! Without too much effort, these will be done and you’ll have a tasty treat! Not too mention, there’s avocado whirled up inside! Don’t skip this step, it adds so much creaminess to the mixture as well as some amazing fat!!

Placing the popsicle molds on a baking sheet lends the support needed for our silicon molds. We also like to make sure there’s room in the freezer to slide the sheet into once they’re ready to freeze. Doing both of these steps makes sure we have fudgesicles that are level and don’t tip over in the freezer. Anyone else opened that freezer door to see frozen chocolate goop frozen down the door! Ugh, what a mess right!

Anyways, you can make up these fudgesicles in no time…freeze them and enjoy later today!

paleo fudgesicles

Recipe by MichelleCourse: Sweet TreatsDifficulty: Easy


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  • 3 c unsweetened almond milk or milk of choice

  • 6-8 tbsp maple syrup

  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder

  • ½ avocado

  • ¼ tsp fine sea salt


  • Prep your popsicle molds and place them on a tray you can slide into the freezer when you’re done filling them. Also, make sure there’s room in your freezer ahead of time to slide the tray in!
  • Place all popsicle ingredients in your blender and blend until completely combined and smooth! Taste and adjust with more maple syrup or even more cocoa if you want it a darker chocolatey flavor.
  • Pour into popsicle molds and freeze til solid. This makes about 4 cups of fudgesicle mixture, and we got about 12 out of it. The number you get will be determined by how large or small your popsicle molds are.


  1. these look and sound amazing, thank you for sharing. 🙂

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