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Banana Nutella Fudge Pops

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

Remember when you were a kid and the best part of summer was running through the sprinkler, and afternoons getting sticky from about five too many fudge pops? Or was it eight? Whatever, they were awesome, and since we’re up to our sweaty necks in summer, these Banana Nutella Fudge Pops from TK member Laicie were right up my alley.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

Did I mention the best part? With three ingredients, these will beat the socks off any store-bought fudge pop you find!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

First, peel the bananas and place them into your blender. Next, add in the Nutella.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

Lastly, the almond milk.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

Blend together until creamy and smooth.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

Pour into your handy dandy popsicle molds, and freeze until hard, about six hours.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

To release them from the molds, run them under warm water for a few seconds to loosen them up.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Banana Nutella Fudge Pops. Guest post by Megan Keno of Wanna Be a Country Cleaver, recipe submitted by TK member Laicie Heeley of A Thousand Threads.

And if you’re feeling bonkers, drizzle them in some extra Nutella Magic Shell. Because if some Nutella is good, then more is better!

A big thanks to Laicie for this childhood flash back treat! Be sure to check out her blog, A Thousand Threads, for more amazing recipes, crafts and gorgeous photography!

 
 

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Banana Nutella Fudge Pops

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These 3-ingredient banana nutella fudge pops are our go-to summer snack. They’re delicious, super easy to make, gluten-free, and have a vegan option too!

Ingredients

  • 3 whole Bananas (peeled)
  • ½ cups Hazelnut Spread, Such As Nutella
  • ½ cups Almond Milk
  • Popsicle Sticks And Popsicle Mold

Preparation Instructions

Put all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Transfer the mixture into your popsicle molds, and place a stick in the middle of each mold. Freeze for at least 6 hours or until solid.

Once frozen, soak popsicle molds in lukewarm water for a few seconds and wiggle the stick until popsicles come free.

 
 
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Megan Keno is the writer and photographer of Country Cleaver, a food blog fueled by Nutella and images of June Cleaver—if June wore cowboy boots and flannel, that is. A self-proclaimed country bum, Megan creates from-scratch recipes that range from simple to sublime and how-to’s to build your cooking repertoire. But she couldn’t do it without the help of her trusty—and furry—sous chef, Huckleberry. He’s a world class floor cleaner.

 
 

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Schnackies on 9.14.2014

nt – to answer your question…yes, I think it definitely would work with vanilla soy milk. It would probably work with any milk-type liquid. I used almond/coconut milk once, and even unsweetened almond milk, and the pops were tasty with either. The vanilla would create a great flavor combo. Give it a try!

nt on 8.28.2014

do you think this would work (and taste right) using vanilla soy milk?