Fudge Pops

Fudge Pops

"Living on the equator, we experience warm weather year-round. These cold sweets are a favorite after-nap treat with my four children. I like how these pops are easy to make in large quantities."
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15 m servings
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Original recipe yields 10 servings

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  1. In a saucepan, combine the sugar, flour and cocoa. Gradually stir in milk until smooth. Bring to a boil over medium heat; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until thickened. Cool slightly. Pour 1/4 cup into each mold or plastic cup; top with holders or insert Popsicle sticks. Freeze until set. May be frozen for up to 3 months.

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I wanted a creamier texture to these fudge pops so I used fat free evaporated milk instead of plain milk. I don't use popsicle molds, dixie cups and popsicle sticks worked out great for me. I di...

Most helpful critical review

Flavor is good, but I believe you HAVE to use whole milk. I used fat free, and they were icy, not creamy. Will try again with whole milk.

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I wanted a creamier texture to these fudge pops so I used fat free evaporated milk instead of plain milk. I don't use popsicle molds, dixie cups and popsicle sticks worked out great for me. I di...

Yummy!! The kids love them and so do I! Tip: I didn't have any popsicle sticks so I put a plastic spoon in the cup and they worked great!

These were surprisingly creamy (I used whole milk) and actually DID taste better than store-bought fudge pops! I added a little extra cocoa to make them extra chocolatey and they were decadent!...

Flavor is good, but I believe you HAVE to use whole milk. I used fat free, and they were icy, not creamy. Will try again with whole milk.

These were really good and so simple to make to. I have the Tovolo star pop molds, so I scaled the recipe to 6. To make it easier to pour in the molds I set them in their base and used a funnel ...

I wouldn't have believed how creamy and good these are if I didn't try them myself. Love love the fact that these are made with real ingredients as oppossed to packaged pudding mix. I used 2% mi...

I've made several times, always using 2% milk. Half the recipe makes exactly 5 Tovolo Star pops. This recipe is a keeper!

Soooo Good! I calculated the servings for 8. I used all of the ingredients listed plus I added a dash of salt and 2% milk. I prepared in a 2 quart glass Pyrex bowl. Placed in microwave, stirr...

I followed the recipe exactly (used 2% milk) and YUM. Question for a friend, though: is it possible to use something that isn't wheat-based to thicken? Perhaps some cornstarch or rice flour?

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