We all know that having a healthy diet can be rather expensive. I don’t know about you, but I spend around $4.00– $5.00 for just one fudgecycle that’s organic, vegan and dairy free.
Now mind you, it costs a lot less to make your own healthy dairy free fudgecycles. Plus, it really takes no time at all to make this delicious treat.
Did I mention that these fudgecycles are way healthier than the conventional types? And tastier to.
Oftentimes, a store bought ice cream will have unhealthy and unnecessary ingredients such as GMO corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup (GMO), more sugar, mono and diglycerides, tricalcium phosphate (Study: Food additive may fuel lung cancer), palm oil (Adverse Effects of Palm Oil) and polysorbate 80 and 65 (an emulsifier).
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Okay, I think we should proceed to this amazing dairy free recipe. I could carry on forever about it but I will keep it simple. These dairy free fudgecycles are creamy, rich and decadent. They are ideal for a lazy summer afternoon or a refreshing treat when you return home after a long hard day. I make a big batch ahead of time so that I have plenty. That way, when I have the urge for something cool, chocolaty and sweet they are within arm’s reach.
Enjoy to your heart’s content.
Extra Note: Make sure and use Ozera Ice Popsicle Molds, Ice Pop Molds, Oval, Set of 6, Green
- 3 TBLS raw cacao powder (may use carob powder)
- 2 cups full-fat coconut milk (from the can)
- ¼ cup agave nectar, honey or ¼ teaspoon liquid vanilla stevia (to taste)
- Dash of Himalayan salt to heighten chocolate flavor (optional)
- * See notes for additional options and ideas
- In a blender; puree coconut milk, sweetener, cocoa powder and salt until creamy and smooth
- Pour into popsicle molds and place in the freezer
- Allow to freeze for 4-6 hours
- Remove the fudgecycles 1-2 minutes before serving
- Optional additions: This is a very versatile recipe; you can add other ingredients like 1 teaspoon vanilla or mint extract, substitute coconut milk with1 cup almond milk, blend in 1 avocado, 1 banana or 1 TBLS espresso. You can also use this recipe for dipping, such as pureed lightly sweetened strawberries dipped in chocolate. Or maybe try half fudgesicle and half mango (pictured). Don’t be afraid to be creative.
- Diet Type: Vegan
- Diet Tags: Dairy-Free, Gluten Free
Half fudgesicle and half mango: roboppy via photopin cc
Fudgesicles and strawberries: jamz196 via photopin cc
Fudgesicle boats: Growing a Green Family via photopin cc
Fudgesicles with yellow popsicle mold: seelensturm via photopin cc