These lightly sweetened dairy-free Fudgsicles were a major hit with my chocolate loving teenage sons, and I still make them for my husband.
I love homemade Fudgsicles because, with just 5 ingredients, they’re super easy to make and purely sweetened.
This low-carb popsicle recipe is sweetened with only one date for the entire batch. It’s super rich and creamy, and of course, everything tastes better from scratch!
How to Make: Fudge Pops
To make this simple, healthy Fudsicle recipe, all you need to do is blend up the healthy ingredients below, pop ’em into molds, and freeze.
I hope you love this fan favorite recipe as much as we do!
I have a couple of new and more unusual ingredients in this dairy-free Fudgsicle recipe –vanilla powder and 100% chocolate. Vanilla powder is a fantastic ingredient.
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I buy pure vanilla powder and avoid the type that has added sugar or corn starch. Vanilla powder is simply pure vanilla bean that’s excavated from the pod –it’s amazingly fragrant!
The chocolate I use in the recipe above is basically a bar of unsweetened baking chocolate. I use this in order to control the amount of sugar (of any sort, natural or otherwise) that I’m consuming.
The boys and I followed the candida diet when they were little. We really needed to be on it as one of the boys, and I had pretty bad candida overgrowth in our systems.
Family Friendly Candida Diet Recipes
That was almost two decades ago. Now we’re all healthy enough to eat anything we want –well, not gluten or grains. Those are big no no’s for me as I cannot digest them, and so don’t even indulge occasionally.
For those of you who cannot enjoy these Fudgsicles, here are some of my family friendly candida recipes for dessert:
For those with fewer dietary restrictions, my homemade super fudgy Fudgsicles really hit the spot all year long.
This rich, fudgy frozen treat also has a bit of stevia in it, which you can likely omit entirely or replace with some other sweetener of your choice.
Here are some of my other dairy free desserts!
Do you prefer a chocolate or fruity creamsicle?
This Fudgsicle recipe is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first shared it in 2014.